Bach or holiday home | Te Aroha | #32375
A well equipped 3 bedroom 1970s house, including an open plan kitchen, dining area and lounge, 1 bathroom (shower and bath), handrails in shower and bath, separate toilet, laundry separate tumble dryer, heat pumps, dish washer, 1 lock up car garage, covered porch, ramp and lift wheelchair access.
Te Aroha is an historic spa town nestled at the foot of Mount Te Aroha the highest point of the Kaimai Ranges. A hike to the peak on a fine day offers spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, the Central North Island active volcanos, Taranaki, White Island and the Hauraki Gulf.
The town and surrounding area offers hiking, mountain biking, fishing (licence required), an 18 hole public golf course, the Waiorongomai gold mining ruins, wet land and river walks, the unique Mokena hot soda water geyser, antique and collectables shops, several cafes and eateries in town centre, Hauraki Rail Trail, Miniature and Model Railway, Wairere Falls, Hobbotin, Wallace Gallery Morrisville, Hamilton, Thames wharf and sea connections to Auckland, the Coromandel Peninsula, Rotorua, Waitomo Caves and much more.
Special conditions: The property has a mobility lift from the garage to the entrance. this will not be available for use (and will be locked) unless needed.
2 x Single bed
built in cupboard
2 x Single bed
memory foam super king sized mattress, built in cupboard, antique sofa, French double doors onto covered front terrace
1 x Super king 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. Multi week deals available by negotiation.
*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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We stayed in Te Aroha so we could make the most of the Hauraki rail trail and the thermal pools. Koromiko Cottage is in an easy central location and had everything we needed. There was a lovely homely feel to Koromiko that made us feel like we were staying with family.