Another lakeside town, Rotorua, 80 km from Taupo, is also a famous tourist and tourist city on the North Island of New Zealand. Rotorua itself is named after the "three lakes", and Taupo is known for its geothermal resources. In addition to this, there is Maori culture. In Rotorua, we chose a villa that is the landscape itself on the hilltop next to the city.
After entering the door, it will be amazed by the design of this house. The sleek design has made the sinking viewing room, the extremely high lobby and the transparent open kitchen and dining room. Each area does not interfere with each other and is interrelated, and the lighting, ventilation and landscape are not falling.
There are a total of 5 bedrooms in the whole house. The largest bedroom should be a partial room and can accommodate at least 4 people (not counting the space for air mattresses). The master bedroom is at the top of the entire house, with a washroom, shower and cloakroom. There is also a double bed room and a twin room, all sharing a large bathroom with a bathtub.
Although this room does not have its own bathroom, it is my favorite (who doesn't like it), at the end of the room area, with a 180 degree view, overlooking the whole Rotorua and Lake view.
The house has a beautiful courtyard and viewing platform, and it will pass through the wild flock from time to time on its own hillside. I think that being close to nature is the most correct way to open up in New Zealand.