Popular Lettings in Wellington
Highlights in Wellington
- Geothermal and ancient history
- Active tourism
- Crafted beers and other delicacies
- Variety of markets
- Legendary ride on the cable car
Most popular in Wellington
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Wellington
Paradise beaches, lush green nature and sunny destinations are the most desired holidays. Wellington offers you all this in the same area. You can choose to stay right at the beach or a few miles from it. Enjoy your holiday rental in the most beautiful areas, surrounded by nature, hills and beautiful scenery. Get the chance to practice your favourite water sports, relax under the sun and take a day trip to explore the insights of one of the most incredible countries in the world.Find the perfect holiday rental
Choose amongst the most varied offer in rentals from small rentals to spacious properties. Whether you are travelling alone, with your family or in small group, you will find the right space. From traditional to modern facilities. Looking for a swimming pool and a private garden? You can choose exclusive properties with lovely gardens and pools to make the most of your stay. Most of them have the space to park your rental car too. Access the beach, walk the trails and enjoy the surroundings from the comfort of your new holiday place.
Holidays in Wellington
The area and getting around
Wellington is the capital of New Zealand and it seats in the southernmost point of the North Island. The city has public spaces dotted with cafes, parks, great outdoor activities and a lovely promenade to enjoy lovely walks in the afternoon and the evening. Oriental Bay beach is a nice spot for swimming and soak up in the sun. Surrounded by nature, it is also a great holiday place for those looking for active tourism. Wellingtonians are known for being some of the fittest New Zealanders so you can join them in this healthy lifestyle walking, running, skating or cycling in and around the city.Tourism with great emotions
Visit some markets and stroll around its stalls. The favourite with locals is Harbourside Market every Sunday until 2pm. Full of colourful lanes of veggies and fruit and some trucks with great coffee and nibbles. Moore Wilson’s Market opens every day and it’s where the restaurant owners shop. It is also a Deli and fresh food store. Finally, we recommend the Underground and the Night Market, both with buzzing atmospheres, great food and live music. For those Lord of the Rings followers, take a Wellington Movie Tour and experience New Zealand’s film capital.
Travellers and activities
New Zealand is full of museums and art galleries with lots of history within its walls. Go to Te Papa Museum and discover fascinating interactive stories about the region and New Zealand in general. Learn more about the geological, cultural and social history of the country in a completely innovative way. Visit the regular exhibitions and displays with top-rating international tours. And even better, general admission is free! There is no excuse to visit it, is it?Wellington for nature lovers
Enjoy the best views of the city, from the top of Mount Victoria. Get a 360 degrees view from the lookout point. Head to the top taking a pathway through the bush-covered town Belt or drive all the way up. Get your reward at the top - stunning panoramic views of Tinakori HIll, the Hutt Valley and Eastern harbour bays and the Miramar Peninsula. To spend your day at the top you can take a picnic with you and relax watching cruises in and out of the harbour and wait for the sun to go down and the light to come up. Those early birds can also enjoy the sunrise! Do not forget your camera.
New Zealand was the first country to give women the right to vote and Wellington, besides being its capital city, is the southernmost capital in the world.
Top 5 travel tips in Wellington
Take a weekend trip to Rotorua and visit the famous geothermal village of Whakarewarewa. This is the most attractive living Maori village you can visit and enjoy a guided tour with a local guide who will tell you all about the geysers and how their little community live day after day. Owned and run by the locals, enjoy a typical show with dances and songs in their language and visit the hot pools and bubbling mud and learn how residents use them even to cook their food.2. Get on the famous Wellington Red Car
The Red Cable Car is a Wellington icon that goes from Lambton Quay to Kelburn. At the end of the journey you can enjoy stunning views from the lookout at the top. Spend some time at the Cable Car Museum and Space Place at Carter Observatory. Enjoy some time discovering the magic of the planets with interactive displays and a digital planetarium full of telescopes. When you put your feet back on the ground, go to the Botanic Garden.3. Let the locals show you their heritage
What is the best way to discover everything about a place? With a local. That’s right! Enjoy a guided tour of Wellington with experienced guides who know the area in depth. Walk the city’s streets, visit the coffee roasters and taste some New Zealand’s delicacies and gourmet foods. Outside the city, head off-road to visit the most spectacular fauna, go for a mountain biking tour with an expert or take the sky and get an aerial view of the city. You will not regret it.4. Stroll around Cuba Street
The most bohemian and chic area of Wellington is full of artists, vintage lovers and hipsters. This is a haven with the most colourful shops, trendy cafes and unique bars. Listen to some music in the streets with amateur performances, enjoy a puppet show or amazing shows with fire. Home to the high and low dine out options and cutting-edge contemporary art. Immerse yourself in a world of alternative, quirky and fun events. Do not forget to get your snap at the kinetic sculpture, the Bucket Fountain.5. Wellington on a plate
New Zealand is well known for good coffee, great vineyards and tasty craft beer. In Wellington, you have a wide array of bars and restaurants where to taste the best recipes washing it all down with the most delicious wine. Have their legendary coffee for breakfast or to round up your meals. During the day, when you are downtown, stop for a sip and try some of the great brews along the Craft Beer Capital self-guided trail. You are always a few steps away from a local craft beer bar where to enjoy a refreshing pint.
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Wellington
Based on its annual average price of £226.62, Wellington is not a region that stands out for being the most expensive or the cheapest in New Zealand.When can you get the best deals on holiday rentals in Wellington?
Those who want to be budget-friendly should visit Wellington in August, November, and May the cheapest months of the year, with average prices of £218.91, £219.19, and £225.17 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2019.When does the price of holiday rentals in Wellington go up the most?
When it comes to renting a holiday letting in Wellington, the highest prices are found in the month of March (with an average of £235.05 per night), followed by July (£232.36), and September (£229.55).Are there usually many holiday rentals available in Wellington?
When going on holiday to Wellington it is necessary to think ahead, as 67% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.Which months offer the highest availability?
In 2019, the months with the largest number of accommodations available in Wellington were June, May, and July with average availabilities of 71%, 63.5% and 55.5%, respectively.Which months is it more difficult to find available rentals?
Holiday lettings in Wellington reach their peak in demand in February, with an availability rate of 14%. The second most requested month is January, with 14%, and third is December with 14.25%.How many rentals are available in Wellington?
In Wellington we offer you a comprehensive catalogue of approximately 790 properties, with options of all kinds, thanks to our 7 local and international partners.