Bach or holiday home | Onetangi | #36096
Only a Short walk from the beautiful Onetangi beach and cafes. A short drive or taxi to the buzz of Oneroa village's bars, cafes, restaurants, boutique shops, art galleries and beaches including the gorgeous Oneroa Beach makes this an ideal escape to indulge in all the spoils that Waiheke has to offer.
Perfectly located to enjoy the many fine vineyards Waiheke has to offer.
The bach has a beautiful a sea view from the deck.
A stunning bach with stand alone sleep out. With great furnishings and furniture. Sleeps 6 with ease, 1 Super King, 1 Queen bed in a separate sleep out. Included are two single trundler beds that can easily be set up in the living room for additional guests.
Two bathrooms - one located in the separated Sleep out to ensure privacy.
Bi fold slider doors open from the open plan lounge to the sun drenched decks providing a perfect indoor - outdoor flow.
The choice of sunny outdoor living areas and relaxing indoor spaces make this an ideal holiday retreat.
Sit back and relax among the abundant bird life, including Tuis, King Fishers and Kereru (native Wood Pigeons). The wrap around decks with stunning sea view.
A quiet peaceful location makes for the perfect hideaway or getaway from the stresses of everyday life.
Combined living/sleeping area
1 x Mattress/Futon/Air bed
1 x King bed
Other sleeping area
1 x Queen bed
AA Smartfuel: Get 10c/litre fuel discount when you book and stay at this property for TWO nights or more [More info]
|Rate period||Week day||Weekend/Holiday|
22-Jan-17 to 04-Feb-17
|3 night minimum stay|
05-Feb-17 to 22-Apr-18
|For up to 4 people. Extra occupants: Adults: $80/night; Children: $30/night;|
|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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The views and the property it self was satesfactory but it is two km from the beach and a hint could be given on that a car is needed. The Waiheke road is winding and dangerous and a shame for the Waiheke community not to have proper sidewalks especially since there are several entrances to the bird reserve along this road.