Kate Middleton’s New Zealand Lodge Is Fit for Royalty

Kate Middleton‘s immaculate outfits have been the highlight of her New Zealand tour with Prince William — but the real question is, where have they been hanging? The royal family’s first stop when they flew to the island country was the Wharekauhau Lodge, an Edwardian-style manor house near Wellington, E! reported.

However, as you might have guessed, it’s not your typical home away from home, since the 15-cottage lodge offers a day spa, a farm, a croquet lawn and these other amenities:

Photo: PA Photos /Landov

Photo: PA Photos / Landov

Prince George has more than enough room to play on the 5,500 acre property.

Photo: Wharekauhau Lodge

Photo: Wharekauhau Lodge

While we doubt that Kate had time to make dinner in this kitchen that we’re slightly obsessed with, she could have picked some citrus from the property’s lemon trees.

Photo: Wharekauhau Lodge

Photo: Wharekauhau Lodge

There’s no chance that the paparazzi could get any pictures of Wills and Kate lounging by the indoor pool.

Photo: Wharekauhau Lodge

Photo: Wharekauhau Lodge

The curtains that create a cozy space around the bed are perfect for the royal couple, since they’ve pretty much been on their honeymoon phase for three years.

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