On the West Coast of the South Island, half-way between Westport and Greymouth, you'll find the 'The Hexagon' - a tranquil retreat steeped in a history almost as unusual as its structure.
Native timber planks line the walls and ceiling. Hand-made stained glass windows and offer stunning views of the ocean, coastline and bush surrounds. A simple log stove keeps you warm, and solar power gives you light at the flick of a switch.
Privacy is guaranteed, with access to the hut only via foot, a twelve minute walk up a track from the roadside below. Guest's gear is transported on a quad bike bike by your host.
Enjoy a hot outdoor shower in the brisk morning air or soak for hours under the stars in a fire bath. You won't ever want to leave.