Bach or holiday home | Okuru | #16895
Our modern bach is a great base for river, coastal and forest activities. Close to the Okuru River and the Tasman Sea with gorgeous sunsets and mountain vistas our bach is your perfect holiday getaway. Fishing, hunting or whitebaiting areas are a short walk or just relax and enjoy this warm and comfortable base. Plenty of room for the whole family with all the comforts of home, 3 bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms, full kitchen with dishwasher, gas hob and hot water and open plan living with sky. You may never want to go home!
Our bach is just off the main road in the small township of Okuru only ten minutes from Haast and the DOC World Heritage Visitor Centre. Numerous DOC walking tracks are close by with Jacksons Bay only 30km away.
Okuru is 2 hours south of Franz Josef, 2 hours north of Wanaka.
Special conditions: Smoking is permitted outside only. Pets allowed with prior approval Minimum of 2 nights stay.
2 x Single bed
1 x Bunk bed
1 x Single bed
1 x Queen bed
|Rate period||Week day||Weekend/Holiday|
At any time
01-May-17 to 31-Jul-18
|For up to 2 people. Extra occupants: Adults: $20/night; Children: $20/night;|
|2 night minimum stay|
*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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Lovely home, clean and tidy with one of the most comfortable couches on earth! (not good if you want to stay awake). The river and beach are at the end of the property so unless you want to sleep in the water, you couldn't get any closer. Everything you need for a comfortable stay is available and sky TV was an added bonus! Looking forward to staying again. Thanks again to Elaine for such a wonderful time!
This cottage is in the perfect setting: beach to the back, mountains to the front - stunning. It was lovely not being bombarded with instructions in the house itself; but a few little bits of info about how things worked would be great; we were just concerned not to break anything! The landline was a great idea, since there was often no mobile reception.