1km from town centre, private, self-contained room for two with ensuite, separate from main house. Off street parking outside unit. Kitchenette, heat pump/air conditioner, portocot, high chair available if . Outdoor area. Fibre broadband. free to air tv. No pets (house cat on property).
Te Awamutu is a busy rural town , many cafes and coffee spots and has some high end restaurants and has several affiliated club(URL HIDDEN)etc. Two hours from Auckland airport, 20 minutes from Hamilton airport.
It is totally private, separate from main house, quiet and close to Te Awamutu town centre with its beautiful rose gardens in summer. Te Awamutu is close to many central North Island attractions, including world famous attractions Waitomo Caves and Hobbiton. Avantidrome and Lake Karapiro are a half hour away.
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Private, self-contained rooms for two, with ensuite. Kitchenette with tea, coffee making facilities, microwave, toaster, fridge. Guests provide own meals. We provide milk, juice, jam, Vegemite, spread, fruit, yoghurt, bread, biscuits, snacks. Broadband available.
Interaktion mit Gästen
Hosts are happy to assist with any local information. There are many national and international events held in and around the Waipa area.
Weitere wichtige Infos
Close to Hamilton airport, Cambridge (Avantidrome), Waitomo Caves, Mt. Pirongia, Lake Karapiro, Sanctuary Mt., Hobbiton, Otorohanga Kiwihouse, Raglan, National Field Days. Excellent local cafes and restaurants.
Hamilton Airport is 20 mins away with services from Wellington , Christchurch and Dunedin currently, and leading car rental firms at terminal
Mystery Creek venue with events such as National Field Days etc in this area.
No smoking on premises. No pets.
Check in time, two pm.
Check out time, ten thirty am.
Bev's family were early New Zealand pioneers and settled in Wairarapa and the King Country. She has travelled widely in the past and lived in the UK, Europe and Australia and loves to travel to Tasmania to see family. Worked for 22 years in an Auckland primary school. Loves children, good books and great movies, animals, and is a Newcastle United football fan.
Des was a 10 pound pom from Northern Ireland to Australia in the late 60s and drifted across the Tasman settling in Auckland , recently moved to this area, travelled overland in Africa and South America in the70s and 80s. Drifting into retirement now and looking forward to more travelling , and a Liverpool supporter