Pencarrow Lodge is situated between Pencarrow and Baring Head lighthouses in Fitzroy Bay
at the entrance of stunning Wellington Harbour, capital city of New Zealand.
In 1988 Mike and Jane Curtis took over the grazing lease of a large rural block on Wellington's South coast, after farming it for 3 years, they purchased the farm.

The farm had a growing problem with cattle rustling. As a result of this a cottage was built to house a farm worker to keep an eye on the coastal side of the farm.

Mike also ran a horse trekking business with overnight stays at the cottage, with guests finding it a great place to party with stunning views and awesome sunsets. This encouraged them to expand.

The small cottage was transformed into an expansive lodge now catering for the corporate and social market.

Pencarrow Lodge offers everything you need for a great relaxing day or evening away from the city.

The coastline at the entrance of the Wellington harbour is a spectacular tract of expansive rocky beaches against a wild backdrop of native grass, flax and hills, and is unspoiled, rustic and relaxed.

On nights like this the Pencarrow area is at its most seductive.