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Waiheke Friends House

Accommodation at Friends House Waiheke is not available for members of the public.

70 Palm Road, Palm Beach, Waiheke Island
What is Friends House Waiheke?
Friends House is a Quaker meeting house/retreat at Palm Beach, Waiheke Island, owned by the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), for Quakers use only. It was built by voluntary labour in the late 1980s and is run on a non-profit basis using volunteers for maintenance. It is built on a hill overlooking Palm Beach with vehicle access to an easy-graded concrete path leading the final 30 metres up to the front door.
Friend's House Waiheke is:
A Meeting House for Quakers on Waiheke Island.
A retreat for Quakers and Attenders wanting peaceful and inspiring surroundings in which to relax and rediscover the important things in life.
What you'll find inside: Large main room, seats for 22, whiteboard; kitchen with stove, fridge, electric urn, cooking pots for groups, crockery and cutlery, highchair; bunkroom for 10, double bedroom, 6 spare mattresses; 2 showers/bathrooms, 2 toilets; vacuum cleaner, washing machine, iron, radio-cassette, phone (no tolls).
What you'll find at Palm Beach:
A safe sandy north-facing beach looking across the Hauraki Gulf towards Little Barrier Island,
a shop with EFTPOS, takeaways, restaurant, children's playground.
How do I book Friends House?
Bookings will only be accepted from Friends/Quakers.