Edge of Tairua Harbour Edge of Tairua Harbour CREDIT: Tom Crawford-Tourism

Tourism Investment Coromandel

Monday 3 November 2014, 11:58AM
By Tom Crawford-Tourism

Pacific Harbour Lodge Tairua has been developed and managed by the same family owners for the past 35 years..  The owners are selling the land and buildings as a tourism investment. They will continue to operate the business and offer a 30 year lease, as part of the sale process, with the new owners.
The price for the land and buildings is negotiable based on the income of $300,000 per annum plus GST plus Outgoings. Tom Crawford the broker with Tourism Properties who are marketing the sale said “that in addition to an excellent income the future owner will also have the right of use of one chalet for four weeks of the year”. Crawford goes on to say “the profitable business could also be part of the sale if a buyer was interested as an owner operator”.

It is an appealing property with 31 well-appointed spacious chalets set among lush vegetation on the shores of the spectacular Tairua Harbour. There is a mix of studio, one and two bedroom units with the majority having water views. There are 23 studio units, 6 one bedroom units and 2 two bedroom units. The complex is one of the largest on the Coromandel Peninsula and can comfortably accommodate coach tours. The overall theme is of a Polynesian style village, the grounds have been attractively laid out with extensive shell and paving access ways leading to reception and various units. Established gardens create privacy and the whole development is an appealing natural setting with a tropical theme
Reception is spacious and located on the ground floor beneath the managers’ residence which has three bedrooms, kitchen, lounge/dining area. This provides easy access for management.

Pacific Harbour Lodge is located in a prime position on the main tourist highway and is an excellent base to explore the east coast of the Coromandel Peninsula. Tairua is only minutes away from bush and kauri grove walks, old mines and caves. Pauanui is only a short ferry ride across the harbour.  Short drive to Hot Water Beach a famous tourist attraction with its hot mineral water and Cathedral Cove the filming location of The Chronicles of Narnia - Prince Caspian.

Tairua is a delightful laid back coastal town with all the amenities visitors require, including cafes, restaurants, takeaways, bakery, chemists, gifts and art galleries. Further growth is predicted with the opening this year of the 95 berth Tairua Marina. Pacific Harbour Lodge an investment property in a very popular holiday destination.

Tom Crawford 021 2789200