Peak House is a cosy eatery, homestay and venue at the top of Te Mata Peak in Havelock North, built on Hawke’s Bay’s iconic Te Mata Peak in the late 1960s.
The Peak House provides first class service and breath-taking views right across the Hawke’s Bay region. Pop in for coffee and cake or come for dinner, drink from the bar, and enjoy live music and the best views in the Bay. In summer, there is yoga and music out on the grass, and in winter the fire is roaring and live acts play in the main dining room.
With 3 boutique lodging rooms on site, The Peak House is the perfect location for visitors to spend a night or two with walking tracks and biking trails right on out the door.
Brunch, Dinner, or Takeaway
Thursday OPEN 9am-Late
Friday OPEN 9am-Late
Saturday OPEN 9am-Late
Sunday OPEN 9am-6pm
Check out their website and Facebook page for menus, events, and accommodation bookings:
Haere mai | Welcome to Te Mata Park and its famous peak, one of the most loved and visited places in Hawke’s Bay.
Gifted in perpetuity to the community in 1927 and managed by a small group of volunteer trustees, with appreciated help from local councils and the community, the Park is a cultural, historical and recreational treasure.
Two times winner of the presitigous international enviromental award.