Bach or holiday home | Oakura Beach (Taranaki) | #31369
This luxury 2 bedroom guest house is the perfect place to have some quiet, quality time away from the hustle and bustle of life.
Constructed of large glass windows, doors and natural stone, it is a very warm and functional building. Designed by local award-winning architects, it is beautifully finished with elegant furnishings to make your stay special.
The kitchen is well equiped with all the essentials - just bring your food.
Located overlooking a quiet West Coast beach with easy access to fishing and surfing, the long sandy beach provides hours of beachcombing, exploring the rock pools or walking in both directions.
Play tennis on the newly finished clay court while enjoying refreshments in the pavilion.
Situated 20 minutes from New Plymouth on Surf Highway 45 and only a short drive to many local cafes, restaurants, museums and activities such as shopping, swimming, hiking, golf etc.
Ideal for 2 couples, the small family or that romantic weekend away. Treat yourself.
Can be rented in conjunction with St Georges By The Sea if required.
Special conditions: Smoking strictly outside only. No pets 'Off Season' - (April - October) rate $275.00 incl GST per night 'Peak Season' (November - March) rate $350.00 inc GST per night.
1 x Queen bed
1 x Queen bed
|Rate period||Week day||Weekend/Holiday|
27-Jun-17 to 31-Oct-17
01-Nov-17 to 01-Apr-18
02-Apr-18 to 27-Sep-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. Service fees may also apply.
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A beautiful building in a stunning setting, would recommend for a couple wanting a peaceful getaway but not ideal for 2 couples as there is no living room - the sofa is crammed in the 2nd bedroom which opens to the kitchen. So there is a small kitchen table to sit out, or sofas outside - OK for summer. Also be aware there are no laundry facilities which caught us out. The sun on concrete floors made it very warm at night, even in March we slept with all doors and windows open.