5 Fabulous Villas in Niue for Your Next Island Getaway
5 Fabulous Villas in Niue for Your Next Island Getaway

5 Fabulous Villas in Niue for Your Next Island Getaway

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Stay in a Villa in Niue

Looking for your own private space in Niue? Perhaps an island home so that you can live in luxury even if it’s just for a little while? Niue has a small but superb selection of villas available. From lavish villas for couples to large villas for families or groups, there’s something to suit most holiday needs when it comes to Niue’s villas. So take a look at some of the best villas in Niue in the list below.

For similar accommodation to villas, take a look at the 10 Best Holiday Homes in Niue.

1. Stone Villas

Two villas nestled in a quiet corner of Alofi, yet just a short walk from the town centre, the Stone Villas are well worth considering. Stay in one of the attractive limestone villas that are best suited for a couple but can sleep up to three people. There are a ton of handy inclusions in your stay, from a private car rental, free airport transfers, a landline phone, free WiFi and more. The villas feature their own self-catering facilities, an airy bathroom, as well as a private verandah with outdoor furniture. We also recommend this accommodation in our 10 Best Wedding & Honeymoon Accommodation in Niue.

Check Stone Villas out:
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2. Scenic Matavai Villa

As part of the Scenic Matavai Apartments & Villas complex in Tamakautoga, there’s a three-bedroom villa. The villa is set among tropical gardens where guest will be able to make use of the outdoor swimming pool and barbecue area on the complex. Up to six adult guests and an additional two children can stay in the villa, making it an ideal option for two families or large groups travelling together. Note that the villa is 1.5km (o.9 miles) down the road from the main Matavai Resort.

Check Scenic Matavai Resort out:

(Note that the villa can only be booked directly)

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3. Lalopine Rockhouse

A villa on the less-visited east coast of Niue, the Lalopine Rockhouse is an attractive stone house in the village of Hakupu. The modern holiday home has a modernly-appointed kitchen, lounge, bathroom and living area. The home is fully tiled for a cooling airy feel to the two-bedroom accommodation, which sleeps up to five guests. What’s more, a free rental car is included in your stay. See more accommodations with car rentals included in the 6 Accommodations in Niue with Car Rental.

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4. Lau’s Getaway

Lau’s Getaway consists of two luxury villas elevated on the cliffs of Avatele overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Each villa has two floors of all your home-away-from-home facilities, as well as luxurious extras like a balcony bathtub, espresso machine and included gourmet breakfast hamper, airport transfers and a welcome bottle of wine. Learn more about the accommodation in the 10 Best Luxury Accommodation in Niue.

Check Lau’s Getaway out:
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5. Taloa Heights Villa

A two-storey villa located on the hillside behind Alofi, the Taloa Heights Villa is your home away from home in the capital. There are two separate bedrooms downstairs with queen beds, while the mezzanine upstairs has two double futon beds. The villa is ideal for entertaining, with a full kitchen and breakfast bench, as well as a wraparound deck. Guests will have access to the apartment complex’s outdoor swimming pool, while only being a short walk from the town centre. See more accommodation like this in the 10 Best Family Accommodation in Niue.

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More About Villas in Niue

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

Author

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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