Farmstay | Greymouth | #34761
Cozy sleep out located on an idyllic 2 acre farmlet.
Just 2 minutes of the main road, you will find Spring Creek Farmlet a peaceful retreat to unwind after an eventful day on the West Coast. Take some time to relax on the veranda, listen to the creek and the humming of the bees. Try some home grown produce and feed the animals including a pony and a goat, ducks, and more.
Breakfast is provided, with freshly baked bread and honey from our own bees. The eggs are courtesy to our free range chickens, and the milk is fresh from the farm down the road.
The room features a queen sized bed, bunks, table, sink, cooking facilities, tea and coffee making facilities, and fridge. Private bathroom.
We also offer horse and pony rides on our friendly ponies. It is $25 for a pony ride, and $40 for a mini trek.
Dunollie is a sleepy little coal mining town with a rich history and charismatic pup. The locals there love telling stories of the old mining days. Spring Creek Farmlet is tucked up right behind it in a quiet dead end street nestled into the hills.
For short notice booking please call us directly on 03 762 7315.
We are looking forward to hosting you!
Lisa, Scott and Lottie
Special conditions: Your pet is most welcome to stay, but please note it has to be friendly with children and all animals. We appreciate if you control your dog on a leash and bring it's own dog bed. No dogs on the beds please.
Combined living/sleeping area
1 x Bunk bed
1 x Queen bed
|Rate period||Week day||Weekend/Holiday|
peak season Tariff
22-Feb-17 to 22-May-18
|For up to 1 people. Extra occupants: Adults: $15/night; Children: $10/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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We absolutely liked the property and its relaxed atmosphere. And especially our kids loved the very friendly family dog and the goat and everything. The location suited us. Nice walks nearby. Not to far away from Pancake Rocks or the nice little town Hokitika (and the national kiwi centre). Would definitely recommend a stay here.
We had a great one night stay here. We were just travelling through. It was a nasty rainy night, and I hope that the creek didn't get any higher....seemed the poor goat was stranded on the one side! This was my 12 year old daughters favourite stay, in our 25 day holiday. Maybe because it was her birthday the day we arrived and the hosts had left us with 4 yummy small cakes and candles. Thanks:)