Homestay | Paekakariki | #17644
- 1 x large self-contained studio with queen bed.
- Secure with private entrance.
- Additional single bed.
- Remote TV, DVD, & fast broadband connection.
- Self-contained kitchenette.
- Locally produced continental breakfast provided.
- Complimentary tea, coffee & fruit.
- Complimentary pick-ups from train station by arrangement.
- Barbeque on request.
Take a trip to Kapiti Island, enjoy great coastal walks throught Queen Elizabeth Park, visit the Paekakariki Station Museum or see local artist at work. You can also walk to the village cafe, or try wood-fired pizza at the loca deli. Or just relax in the sun and watch the waves roll in.
Special conditions: Quiet retreat suitable for couples or small families. Smoking allowed outside only. We look forward to hearing from you.
1 x Queen bed
1 x Single bed
|Rate period||Week day||Weekend/Holiday|
24-May-17 to 31-Dec-17
|For up to 2 people. Extra occupants: Adults: $25/night; Children: $25/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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The studio is warm, comfy and supplied with everything you could possibly want or need with every detail taken care of. We arrived after 11pm off the ferry and found the studio warm and welcoming. It was wonderful to lie in bed with the sliding door open to the uninterrupted view of the sea. This has been our best B&B experience yet and we would love to return soon!
This is a lovely, quiet location on a dead end street, beside Queen Elizabeth park. It is across the road from a sandy beach, which you can walk into the little village for coffee or a meal. The train is accessible there as well. The Bach had everything we needed, plus beach chairs and beach towels to use. It has a sliding patio door, so you can sit outside to enjoy the ocean sounds. We were provided with a bowl of fruit and chocolates, and also a variety of food items for breakfast.
The studio had every little extra item needed to make a comfortable stay, from the white terry robes in the bathroom to the different sorts of breakfast cereal and the real milk in the fridge. It was extremely clean and comfortable. And the sea was right in front, so I could pull up a chair, eat my Whitaker's bar and gaze at the waves in comfort.