Jill Kaeppeli has found a patch of paradise on the Coromandel Peninsula, and and is keen to share it with others at her Kaeppeli’s B&B near Whitianga.
Jill is a kiwi but also speaks Swiss-German – with a kiwi accent of course.
Since 1994 she has welcomed guests to her BnB at Kuaotonu, north of Whitianga on the east coast of the Coromandel. Drive off the road and wind up to the house for spectacular 180 degree views – in some rooms you even have a view from the shower!
Choose to stay in one of the rooms in the annex, each with it’s own bathroom or stay in the separate self contained cottage which can sleep from 2-6 and is ideal for two couples or a family.
Kaeppeli’s B&B is the latest listing on the Women Travel Accommodation network – places owned and run by women, and offering a special welcome to women travellers.
More links for women travellers…
- Tours for Women around the World
- Tour Companies run by Women around the World
- Accommodation for Women around the World
- Women who are Local Tour Guides
- Retreat Places for Women Around the World
- Tours which include Retreat Themes
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