Welcome  to Abel Tasman Guesthouse, a family-run business providing holiday apartments for visitors to the Abel Tasman National Park. Nestled in the Marahau Valley surrounded by gardens and native bush our self-contained apartments are an ideal getaway from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Come and relax or get active exploring the treasure that is the Abel Tasman National Park.

Our four apartments range in size to suit couples, families and even larger groups. With sea-views or views of the lovely grounds, they make a great base for your Abel Tasman adventures. For a solo traveler or budget conscious couples we also have a queen room available. Whatever your situation we’ve got the accommodation to match.

Located in the Marahau Valley we are pleasantly removed from the busy Marahau centre and offer a peaceful and quiet atmosphere. Birds are often the only thing you can hear. Yet we are still a short drive (2 mins) or leisurely stroll (around 25 mins) away from the beach. In even less time (less than 2 mins drive or 15 mins by foot) you can reach the entrance of the national park and two great restaurants.

With water taxis, kayaking, sailing, paddle boarding, horse riding, Eco tours, canyoning and more, Marahau offers activities for everyone. These are all great ways to explore the Marahau area and the park from a different angle than just walking. Many combination options are available to suit everyone. After a day out exploring you’ll come back to the guesthouse grinning from ear to ear and with that satisfactory tiredness of a day spent out enjoying what nature has to offer,  and ready for a shower and a great night’s sleep.

We provide a barbecue area for our guests to use, as well as a guest laundry and free, unlimited WiFi. Our apartments all have TVs with four Freeview channels and a DVD player (for those rare rainy days).

The Abel Tasman Guesthouse family is striving to improve our ecological footprint by becoming more sustainable. We have recently installed solar panels to supplement our use of electricity from the grid. We also collect rainwater and water from the stream on our grounds.