Cottage | Westland District | #18698
Step back in time in our charming 1930's built cottage, filled with things from a simpler era.
Enjoy a soak in our gorgeous garden fire-bath or in the natural hot springs nearby.
Spin some classic vinyl on the record player or indulge your imagination in our dress-up box.
Heaps of books, board games, puzzles and memorabilia to look at on those wet West Coast days.
Kid-friendly - cot, highchair, pram, potty, toys, swings and sandpit.
Bicycles for all ages.
This is an old cottage with it's own quirks, such as a bathroom just outside, through the laundry. It is for those who want a step-back-in-time experience, not an empty motel-like space.
2 kms from Hari Hari village, in an area of great tramping, fishing, hunting (including weekly bow-hunters club), lake swimming and boating.
Conveniently located between Hokitika and Franz Josef Glacier (45 mins each way) for easy day trips.
Natural Hot Springs just 8 minutes away - one of the Coast's best kept secrets.
Genuine West Coast hospitality from hosts who live next door.
Teapot Cottage is on the same acre property as our other (completely different and off-grid) Bookabach, 'Wildside Lodge'.
Special conditions: Pets may be allowed with prior approval.
1 x Cot
1 x Single bed
1 x Mattress/Futon/Air bed
1 x Double bed
1 x Single bed
Multi-night stay: Get 1 FREE night when you stay for 6 nights or longer. Not valid for periods where a last minute discount applies. Free night applies to lowest priced night. Excludes public holidays.
|Rate period||Week day||Weekend/Holiday|
All year round
25-Feb-17 to 30-Apr-18
|For up to 2 people. Extra occupants: Adults: $20/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. Bookings paid for through Bookabach online payments incur a 3% credit card transaction fee.
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The property is unique and fully matched the description. I agree with somebody's comment a "living museum" which was an interesting experience. However, some improvements like microwave and dining table would be a great addition. No TV or Wi-Fi but the recorder was working and a collection of discs was great.