Bach or holiday home | Central Otago District | #13256
Clampetts Cottage is a lovingly restored country cottage that has taken on the character of yester- year combined with modern conveniences and comfort. It is a great place to experience peace and tranquility and get away from the troubles of the world.
Clampetts cottage is situated close to the magnificent Mt St Bathans and the famous Hawkdun Range. For those that enjoy biking, the rail trail is only 15 minutes away at Lauder, and for swimming and walking the historic town of St Bathans, famous for its Blue Lake and the Vulcan Hotel, is only a 10 minute drive away.
In the heart of Graeme Sydney,s Central Otago paintings,it is an area that has to be seen to be enjoyed.
Special conditions: Smoking allowed outside only. Pets allowed with prior approval. Foldaway bed available if needed. Continental breakfast on request. No eftpos facilties so cheque or cash payments for accomodation accepted.
1 x Queen bed
2 x Single bed
1 x Queen bed
Multi-night stay: Get 1 FREE night when you stay for 3 nights or longer. Not valid for periods where a last minute discount applies. Free night applies to lowest priced night.
Mates rates: 5% off for members with 1 positive reviews from other Owners/Managers
|Rate period||Week day||Weekend/Holiday|
18-Mar-18 to 18-Jun-19
|For up to 2 people. Extra occupants: Adults: $15/night; Children: $10/night;|
*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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Once again we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. We had everything we needed and the wine and chocolates on the table definitely went down a treat. We played scrabble again and now have a new champion....Me!!!! Yahoo. Thank you once again for providing a relaxing venue. See you again next year.
What a great, cosy, back country, iconic location, set within a working farm not far from famous St Bathans and the Hawkdum ranges. The Bach is very tidy and comfortable with a roaring fire to keep things toasty warm. The Bach itself is like a living museum transporting you back in time to early rural living in NZ - very cool :-)