Enjoy luxury accommodation when you visit Northland at Carneval Ocean View B&B in Mangonui. Take in the magnificent panoramic views of Doubtless Bay, as you relax in one of Carnevalís spacious and comfortable Ocean View rooms
.Carneval Ocean View is near the thriving village of Mangonui, and just a short stroll to the safe swimming beach of Cable Bay. Guests can enjoy lazing in the sun, swimming or fishing, or head down to the Mangonui Wharf to explore the local galleries and shops in the village. More about Mangonui and where to find us.
Make the most of your stay in Doubtless Bay
Upon arrival you will be welcomed with light refreshments. Your hosts Martha and Roly speak Swiss-German and French as well as English, and will share their local knowledge with you to help you plan your days to get the best from your stay here in Doubtless Bay.
In the morning a Swiss Style breakfast is served on the terrace or in our dining room, with magnificent sea views.
In Doubtless Bay you need never go hungry, with plenty of places to grab a bite or stock up on picnic supplies. There is a good choice of cafes and restaurants in Mangonui to suit your appetite as you soak up the local atmosphere.
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Explore Northland with your accommodation as your base
The Far North offers a wealth of stunning scenery and uniquely Kiwi attractions. Doubtless Bay has over 70km of unspoiled coastline and an abundance of safe beaches for you to explore.
With Carneval Ocean View as your base, you can access all the Far North has on offer to make your trip to Northland a memorable experience. The stunning scenery of the Bay of Islands with its many attractions on both land and sea is about an hourís drive from here, and Kaitaia is less than 30 minutes away. We can arrange Bus Tours to Cape Reinga, Diving and Fishing Charters on your behalf, and advise you on the best routes and local hotspots Ė we even know who serves the biggest and most delicious ice-creams in Kaitaia.
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