5 Best Lodges in Niue
5 Best Lodges in Niue

5 Best Lodges in Niue

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Stay in a Niue Lodge

In the accommodation world, accommodations like “lodge” can tell you pretty much nothing about a property. It just sounds nice. In Niue, lodges generally describe larger-than-average homes that are either hired out as holiday homes or are guest houses split into separate guest rooms with communal facilities. Either way, we’ll share with you a few examples of the lodges in Niue in the list below.

For a complete list of accommodation in Niue, see Where to Stay in Niue.

1. Turtle Lodge

Topping this list simply because it has “lodge” in the name, Turtle Lodge is a boutique guest house accommodation with a couple of double rooms and two larger triple rooms to stay in. Located in the quiet village of Makefu, Turtle Lodge is a modern guest house with plenty of space for guests between the spacious lounge, kitchen and lawn area. It’s already one of the most affordable accommodations on the island, but combined with the free airport transfers and free use of facilities such as laundry machines, it proves to be one of the best value too. See more accommodation like this in the 10 Best Budget Accommodation in Niue.

Check Turtle Lodge out:
5 Best Lodges in Niue(c) Turtle Lodge

2. Kaliki Lodge

Your next lodge on the list is a large holiday home, reinforcing the “lodge” feel with its timber-lined interiors. Stay in one of the smallest villages on the island, Namukulu, in this three-bedroom holiday home sleeping up to a whopping nine guests. Everything you need for a home-away-from-home experience is here with a kitchen, lounge, barbecue, laundry machine, bathroom and more. Additionally, you’ll have expansive private lawns to enjoy with a lookout on the cliffs to watch the sunset and spot whales and dolphins. See more accommodation like this in the 10 Best Holiday Homes in Niue.

5 Best Lodges in Niue(c) Niue Tourism

3. Kumar Enterprise / Guest House

Best described as a boutique lodge, Kumar Enterprise / Guest House is a three-bedroom home conveniently located between Alofi, the Swanson Shopping Complex, and the airport. The accommodation has three guest rooms to choose from, one with an ensuite and the rest with a shared bathroom. The home features contemporary decor and furnishings, as well as a large lawn and bowling area. There is free WiFi and free airport transfers included.

Check Kumar Enterprise / Guest House out:
5 Best Lodges in Niue(c) Kumar Enterprise

4. Lalopine Rockhouse

Another lodge-style holiday home to consider is the Lalopine Rockhouse in the village of Hakupu. Stay on the lesser-visited side of Niue, the east coast, in this uniquely constructed limestone villa with car rental included in the rates. The holiday home has two bedrooms sleeping up to five guests. Make use of the full kitchen facilities, laundry facilities, WiFi, verandah and more to make your temporary home in Niue a comfortable one. See more accommodation with car rentals included in the 6 Accommodations in Niue with Car Rental.

5 Best Lodges in Niue(c) Pixabay

5. Anakule

A modern build on the outskirts of Alofi, Anakule can either be hired out as a holiday home or just book yourself into one of the two guest rooms of the home, each with a private ensuite and walk-in wardrobe. The stylishly furnished lodge with a verandah features an expansive contemporary kitchen, lounge and dining area with light and airy decor to give you relief from the hot Niue sun. See more accommodation like this in the 6 Best Airbnb Stays in Niue.

Check Anakule out:
5 Best Lodges in Niue(c) Anakule

More About Lodges in Niue

That’s it for the best lodges in Niue. Now check out The 30 Best Accommodations in Niue so you can see how these stays compare.


Laura S.

This article was reviewed and published by Laura, editor in chief and co-founder of Niue Pocket Guide. Since arriving solo in the South Pacific over 10 years ago with nothing but a backpack and a background in journalism, her mission has been to show the world how easy (and awesome) it is to explore a paradise such as Niue. She knows the island inside-out and loves sharing tips on how best to experience Niue’s must-dos and hidden gems. Laura is also editor of several other South Pacific travel guides.

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