Homestay | Katikati | #31053
This tranquil self-contained, private accommodation is ideally placed as a base from which to explore the Bay of Plenty.
Tanners Point village is just a 10 minute drive to Katikati in the South or Waihi Beach in the North for shopping, cafes, restaurants and petrol stations. Tauranga City is 35 minutes away by car and Auckland 2hrs drive, or Hamilton 1½ hours.
Katikati is famous for its Open-Air Art including murals and sculptures.
It's also known for its boutique and artisan food producers who make up the Katikati Cuisine Food Trail.
Waihi Beach is famous for its long golden-sand beaches, safe swimming and coastal walks and Waihi township, has a working gold mine and an interactive Waihi Discovery Centre focusing on gold mining. It’s also the starting point for the Goldfields Railway, a heritage train ride to the Karangahake Gorge. The gorge through which a trout fishing stream runs, is also popular for its many walking tracks and as part of the highly popular Hauraki Rail Trail which links Waihi with Waikino, Pearoa, Te Aroha and Thames.
Historic Athenree Homestead, built by Ulster Irish Pioneers Hugh and Adela Stewart is just a few minutes’ drive north of Tanners Point.
The nearby to the Athenree Hot Pools are a lovely place to unwind at the end of a day’s swimming, biking, golfing or walking. The Sapphire Springs Hot Pools, in a bush setting, are just south of Katikati, a 20 minute drive away.
Well sign-posted bush walks in the Kaimai Ranges are accessible by those of almost all levels of fitness.
Special conditions: Off-street parking for one vehicle provided. Smoking is allowed outside only. Not suitable for children. No pets.
1 x Double bed
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Flat rate tariff
17-Jan-17 to 31-Mar-18
*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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We enjoyed our stay, so much more than if we had been at an ordinary motel unit. The personal touches to the accommodation area were lovely along with a generous allocation of food for breakfast. Must also mention the view of the harbour and the precious native birdsong.
We enjoyed your stay - it was like having family visiting - you even collected our mail and fed the tuis when we were away over night which was much appreciated. You are very welcome back anytime - and thank you for leaving the accommodation so neat and tidy - even doing the dishes on the last morning.