Farmstay | Pahiatua | #31997
Makuri Hideaway is situated 30km East of Pahiatua in the small rural farming community of Makuri.
Located close to the end of a gravel no exit road; at the top end of the Makuri Gorge; Makuri hideaway offers a peaceful and private getaway suitable for couples, families or groups.
The Makuri River (a popular Trout fishing stream) is located only a short distance from Makuri Hideaway while quiet country roads provide walking and cycling opportunities. Short farm walks can be arranged by request.
The Makuri Country Club is open on Friday evenings.
A small golf course is also located at the Makuri Domain as well as larger golf courses in Pahiatua and Pongaroa.
Day trips could include Akitio Beach, Pongaroa and its popular country hotel, Mt Bruce Wildlife Centre, Te Apiti Windfarm and numerous tramping and walking opportunities including the Manawatu Gorge walk. Experience the unique shopping and friendliness of our small rural towns of Eketahuna, Pahiatua and Woodville.
Special conditions: *Smoking allowed outside only. *Meals by arrangement. *Farm walks by arrangement. *Do not enter the farm without prior permission.
Combined living/sleeping area
1 x Fold-out sofa bed
1 x Queen bed
1 x Queen bed
1 x Single bed
3 x Single bed
Multi-night stay: Get 1 FREE night when you stay for 4 nights or longer. Not valid for periods where a last minute discount applies. Free night applies to lowest priced night.
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Flat rate tariff
25-Jan-17 to 25-Apr-18
|For up to 2 people. Extra occupants: Adults: $20/night; Children: $20/night;|
*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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A really nice place to go to getaway from the city. Really spacious and was well kitted out for cooking etc. We loved using the fireplace and were even provided with homemade biscuits! One thing to note would be that there wasn't any 021 signal, but I found it a welcome break from technology!