Atiu Villas is located on Atiu Island on the outskirts of the central villages. Atiu Island is one of the three "must visit" islands in the Cook Islands. Air access is easy especially when combined with a visit to the island of Aitutaki. The siting of Atiu Villas provides a quiet and relaxing environment surrounded by an extensive tropical garden, pineapple fields and a view down a jungle clad valley to the ocean. It is only a short walk to the white sandy beaches of the southern coastline.

Atiu Villas are unique in that the chalet style villas are made almost entirely of local native timbers and materials and feature the polished woods of mango, coconut, red peanut, acacia, cedar, Java plum and many other tropical trees. Each villa has a private verandah, cooking facilities, separate bathrooms, tea and coffee making facilities and a feature not often seen elsewhere, a fully stocked larder which guests can use and pay for what they use on departure. The larders are well-stocked with dairy food, beverages, packaged and tinned food. The villas have varying bedding configurations that can take from 2 to 6 people.

There is plenty of water and each villa has a solar hot water supply. Electricity, wifi internet and water run 24-hours a day. Your hosts will help you organise your transport, tours, activities or your complete relaxation.

An Evening restaurant and bar is on site serving 2-course evening meals. There are a swimming pool, tennis court, rental vehicles and free wifi.

Villas 4 and 5

Villa 6 interior

Complex Facilities:

Villa Facilities:

  • Bar and restaurant
  • Barbeque facilities
  • Bicycle, motorcycle and jeep hire
  • Floodlit tennis court
  • Swimming Pool
  • Snorkelling gear
  • Internet wifi throughout property
  • Tour desk
  • Solar hot water shower
  • Verandah
  • Cooking facilities
  • Fully stocked larder
  • Complimentary fresh fruit of the season
  • Coffee and tea making facilities
  • Radio/CD player
  • Ceiling fan
  • Minibar and fridge
  • Hair drier on request

Rental bikes

Stocked larder

Swimming Pool

Lunch at Kura's Kitchen