Bach or holiday home | Murupara | #31785
Cosy cottage with a log fire, in Galatea, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand. Close to natural outdoor activities such as fishing, summer river and lake swimming, tramping, bush walking, bush mountain biking, hunting. A great place for photographers and artists as the house is situated among stunning scenery.
Our quiet country roads are perfect for a quite walk, run, cycle or horse ride. The Te Urewera National park is close by and ready to explore. Or take a rafting trip down the Rangitiki River with River Rats Rafting adventures. You might also like to visit Aniwhenua Hydro Power station.
Tulip Rose Farm House is central to New Zealand's top tourist’s attractions in Rotorua, Whakatane and Taupo, which are approx. 1 hour of pleasant driving away.
This house is in a quiet rural location perfect for a peaceful vacation
in a quiet location.
Special conditions: No smoking or animals inside, no outdoor fires. Pets and children should be supervised at all times and not allowed to wonder on surrounding farm land. Dogs need to be kennelled or chained at night.
1 x King bed
1 x Bunk bed
1 x Double 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 school & public holidays.
Last minute bookings: 10% off for stays over the next 7 nights
|Rate period||Week day||Weekend/Holiday|
24-Feb-17 to 31-Dec-17
|2 night minimum stay|
01-Jan-18 to 24-May-18
|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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lovely cottage. if you are looking for a quiet and peaceful location - it's the right choice. You're got a huge section with no neighbors. We really enjoyed staying here and will come back. if talking about minuses - the mosquitos which come inside even when the windows are closed. We also leave in ex-farm land so if the owners do spray around the windows (inside and outside) it will help. Also probably it's a bit cold during winter (not sure)..