Bach or holiday home | Arthur's Pass | #11769
Beautiful character refurbished cottage neslted in the middle of the Arthur's Pass National Park.
5 minutes walk to cafes and bars as well as the Arthurs Pass Department of Conservation Visitors Centre where you can seek advice on the numerous walks and tracks that surround the cottage.
If you are a climber or tramper or just want to enjoy the tranquility of being surrounded by native Beech trees and the many flora and fauna, and bird life that are in the area you will enjoy your stay in our mountain cottage.
It sleeps seven people comfortably with the room for extra stretchers or beds for little ones.
You will find this a cosy place to stay with native polished floor boards and very comfortable bedding.
You will need to supply your own linen but this is reflected in the price we charge. Please check out the web site that links to the Department of Conservation web site as well as other web sites available to find out all about this mountain retreat.
1 x Queen bed
1 x King bed
1 x Bunk bed (single over queen)
|Rate period||Week day||Weekend/Holiday|
22-Jan-17 to 04-Mar-17
*Pricing may vary depending on the dates you choose and the number of guests. Additional charges (extras) and minimum stay criteria may also apply. Bookings paid for through Bookabach online payments incur a 3% credit card transaction fee.
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Gorgeous location and character full cottage. It was a very cold weekend and although the log burner pumps out a lot of heat, with no heat source in the bedroom area it was hard to keep the whole house warm. The electric blankets were a life saver although there were only 3, meaning we couldn't use the top bunk. The water pipes froze outside the property so we had no water for the last night, but I guess you need to expect these sort of things in an alpine local. Overall we really enjoyed it.
We had a fantastic mid winter holiday in the mountains at Arthurs Pass. The walking tracks were great and it was good to be able to pop down to the township and the visitors centre for advice on the weather and activities. The house had a wonderful fire with plenty of dry firewood which kept us very warm in subzero temperatures.