Cottage | Karamea | #29558
Jesters Nest Retreat is just 5 minutes from the Kahurangi National Park ( Fenian Track and easy access to Heaphy and Wangapeka Tracks and the limestone Oparara arches. It is modern and fully self-contained situated in a peaceful garden setting with garden art and sculpture.
It offers the ideal place to rest and relax and to use as a base to explore the area. Enjoy the stunning deserted beaches, the Karamea and Oparara estuaries.
Chill out over a coffee at the Last Resort or enjoy local pub hospitality and food at the Karamea Hotel.
People come for a few days, and stay for a lifetime. Let the magic of Karamea unwind you - you'll be glad you came.
At Jesters Nest Retreat there are also opportunities for intensive individual therapy for self development and relationships; or for speakers of English as a foreign language the chance to work intensively on your accent.
Special conditions: Although occupancy is usually for 2 people there is a sofa bed in the lounge and a single mattress... so can accommodate 4 ...for a short period. .please call to discuss your needs. No smoking inside.. outside if fully responsible for own ash and butts! Washing machine available at main house. Bikes available to borrow.
1 x Double bed
Gifts & giveaways: Single person $100 night 2 days minimum
|Rate period||Week day||Weekend/Holiday|
Flat rate tariff
22-Oct-16 to 31-Mar-17
|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. Bookings paid for through Bookabach online payments incur a 3% credit card transaction fee.
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The property is lovely and well positioned geographically in the area to visit all sites, although the only drawback is that the bedroom is very small and there is very little storage space. Otherwise the Bach is kitted out with modern facilities and comfortable and modern.
The bach was a perfect size for a couple and the furnishings and kitchen equipment were fine. I think it would be a nice improvement to have screens on one or more windows -- perhaps the bedroom -- to keep the sandflies out. We tended to keep all the windows closed to avoid them and the need for bug spray.