Bach or holiday home | Whale Bay | #17778
A classic Kiwi bach with sensational views from both house and garden. Completely private, beautiful, mature subtropical garden extending right to the sea, with bush reserve on one side. A path winds through the garden to the sea and the garden is for your exclusive use and is not shared by another dwelling. Enjoy the company of the Tuis then watch the sun set into the sea. The section and house face directly north for maximum sun and are completely protected from westerly winds by a flank of Mount Karioi. There is a flat lawn area for outdoor living. Get out of the world famous Whale Bay surf and it’s only a minute’s walk to the bach and a hot shower.
The sound of the sea at night is helpful for people with sleeping problems.
The bach is small, open plan, and has one king and one single bed upstairs. There is a very small bedroom downstairs with a camp stretcher. Bring your own sleeping bag and pillow for this.
Special conditions: Smoking outside only. No cellphone coverage from bach, but you can get it 100 metres down the road.
1 x King bed
1 x Single bed
|Rate period||Week day||Weekend/Holiday|
24-May-17 to 15-Dec-17
|2 night minimum stay|
16-Dec-17 to 11-Feb-18
|3 night minimum stay|
12-Feb-18 to 24-Aug-18
|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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This is a classic Kiwi Bach in an awesome location. In winter and bad weather the outside bathroom would be a challenge but for tranquility, seclusion and an amazing view while you sip your wine it's unbeatable. The garden is a treasure and my two puppies had a marvellous time sniffing about and checking it all out. I'd stay here again in a heart beat.
beautiful location, private with spectacular views. The sound of the birds was a delight and the many monarch butterflies were magical. Only disappointment, and this would not put be off rehiring, was the fact that the toilet and shower facilities are downstairs and can only be accessed by a walk outside: not so pleasant in the dark and would be awful in bad weather. Thankfully we had glorious autumn weather.