Bach or holiday home | Kohukohu | #13093
Recently refurbished self-contained quaint 1920 2 bedroom cottage 1.5km walk or drive to the historical township of Kohukohu. Township and amenities features the Waterfront Café, Burger Bar, Local Store, Hotel, Post Office, Art Galleries’ and Library.
Go fishing or swim at high tide off the Kohukohu wharf. Or fish at nite off the wharf at the narrows, lots of fish to see under the flood lites.
Catch the ferry and explore another historical town Rawene. More exquisite local craft and culinary cafe/restraunts. Take a drive to the heads where the two taniwha guard the entrance.The North head Taniwha is called Niwa and the southhead is called Arai-te-Uru, her 11 sons, went exploring, and on the way they dug trenches – creating the branches of the Hokianga Harbour. One son, Waihou, burrowed inland and lashed his tail about to form Lake Omapaere.Not far from here visit the astounding Wariere Boulders, another feature attributted to one of the taniwha in maori mythology.
Drive to the wild and unspoiled west coast beaches of Mitimiti. Some 25 ships were wrecked at the Hokianga and Whangape Harbours. Part of the Joseph Craig, wrecked in 1914 is sometimes visible on the beach at the North Head. Sand sculptures and the dunes here transport you to another world.
Children under 12yrs stay free. 13-16yrs $10.00 per head per night.
Special conditions: .Must leave the house in same it was found in. Removal of all rubbish waste. The refuse station is approximately 1klm away going to wards the ferry. Days/times it is open. Tues 7.30am - 10.00am Thurs 7.30am - 2.00pm Sun 12.00pm - 3.00pm. Car Ferry Times Leaves Rawene on the half hour from 9.30am - 19.30pm Leaves Kohukohu on the hour from 9.00am - 20.00pm For more up todate information visit FNDC website.
1 x Double bed
2 x Single bed
*Pricing may vary depending on the dates you choose and the number of guests. Additional charges (extras) and minimum stay criteria may also apply. Service fees may also apply.
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Perfect cottage for my husband and young son. First visit to Kohukohu as were attending a friends wedding. Comfy bed, lovely, cosy, quaint and remote. Reminded me of my great grandfather's house, surrounded by fruit trees. Buster loved the DVDs! Homemade chocs and shortbread biscuits devine. Totally recommend staying here to all.
This is a lovely little bach. Though quite basic it is spotlessly clean, has great views from the deck and is a very comfortable place to spend a few days. We did day trips to Russell and Waitangi and the ferry to Rawene transports you to some great walks and beaches. There is also a fantastic cafe in Kohu Kohu that does great coffee and food that is well worth a visit.