Built from enduring natural materials and luxuriously furnished in natural tones of flax and earth, the sweeping five-suite Cooper Residence is home to a significant collection of Māori taonga (treasures), historic artefacts, archeological relics and contemporary New Zealand art. 

Its spaces range from expansive indoor and outdoor entertaining areas and a grand wine cellar and tasting room, to intimate conversation and contemplation corners, a library, outdoor fireplace and observatory tower deck.

Each of the five bedroom suites has its own character, including the atmospheric retreat of the suite in the residences elliptical stone observatory tower. 

Envisioned by leading New Zealand architect Pip Cheshire to embody quiet contemporary distinction, the Cooper Residences versatile indoor and outdoor spaces can host any gathering, from an intimate evening to a once-in-a-lifetime celebration or corporate event. 

A wine-tasting tour of The Landing Winery is included in every overnight stay. For guests at the Cooper Residence, wine-tasting can be arranging in the private wine cellar.

Whatungarongaro te tangata toitū te whenua
As man disappears from sight, the land remains

Māori proverb

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