Bach or holiday home | Okiwi Bay | #31676
Unique 2 level Holiday Home is set on 5ha of native bush with fabulous views towards D'urville Island. With it's own boat ramp that leads to the private beach below. You can launch your boat any time of the day weather permitting or fish off of the rocks.
Great fishing in the Current Basin and about 1 hour up to Stephens Island. 4WD is required if you bring your boat.
The house is open plan kitchen/lounge, one Bedroom with Queen bed, Bunks and 2 singles in the main area, plus an extra fold out double bed.
The stacker sliding doors in the lounge open up onto the large deck with glass balustrade over looking the sea.
The bathroom contains the laundry and single toilet.
There is a log fire/stove and wood is provided.
Fridge/Freezer and extra freezer, electric oven/stove.
The large pantry contains crockery, glasses, cookware and a starter pack of tea,coffee and sugar.
Private and secluded on a beautiful native background
Walking tracks through the native bush or up the 2 km gravel driveway that winds through farm land with great views of French Pass.
From Elaine Bay turn off (where the sealed road ends) travel 17.0km to the Camp Bay sign, then turn off and follow the blue signs down the 2km gravel driveway.
There is a small shop and garage selling petrol and basic requirements located at French Pass a further 15 minutes drive.
1 x Queen bed
Combined living/sleeping area
1 x Bunk bed
1 x Fold-out sofa bed
1 x King single bed
1 x Single bed
*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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Beautiful and spectacular location for this warm and cosy family bach. We were there in August (winter) and stayed warm the whole time. We saw seals feeding off the beach, and the French Pass Road is one of the most amazing drives that we've done in NZ. Highly recommended, and we would definitely stay again. A 4WD is definitely recommended for negotiating the steep gravel driveway (which is well maintained and graded). Drive carefully to avoid the weka that run out of the bush at dusk!!