Bach or holiday home | Motueka | #11873
Charming self-contained cottage set on 80 acres of private farmland, nestled beside the Motueka river, renowned for trout fishing and swimming.
Twenty minutes access to Kahurangi National Park and Mt Aurthur, popular for tramping and hunting.
Horse trekking nearby and convenient mountain biking or enjoy a tranquil walk with stunning views.
We're conveniently located on The Cycle Trail.
The area is also home to talented local arts and crafts people seasonally.
Relax on the porch and enjoy a bbq, with the peaceful sound of native birds in picturesque surroundings.
Treat yourself to a professional, relaxing massage in the cottage. If you're interested preferably ask with your booking enquiry.
Suitable for single travellers and couples. Not suitable for children under 15.
Cell phone range comes and goes.
Special conditions: Not suitable for children under 15.
1 x Split Queen
|Rate period||Week day||Weekend/Holiday|
22-Oct-16 to 12-Apr-17
13-Apr-17 to 24-Oct-17
|2 night minimum stay|
25-Oct-17 to 31-Dec-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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Loved this place,great location on the river away from it all but close enough to enjoy Able Tasman. Ducks,chickens and great bird life. This Bach is clean and tidy ,tucked away from the main house. Private with amackulate lawns and fruit trees Great view. Only regret about staying at this private retreat was we didn't stay longer. Lesley and Shane Perth Australia
Great location,clean and cosy In the middle of the countryside Quiet near the river,where you could go for a swim Raewyn and her family are lovely people Only wish we had time to spend longer We could of stayed two weeks here with no problem You could base yourself at this Bach and explore the Abel Tasman and Golden Bay Area Loved this part of the South Island Thanks so much Lesley and Shane