Bach or holiday home | Wairoa | #37735
With its eclectic styling this cottage is a destination as much as it is a comfortable, centrally located, retreat.
Take your time to wander through the garden and sample the fruit in season apples, pears, figs, and cherries among others. Create a beautiful meal using herbs from the herb garden, or stroll across the bridge over the Wairoa River to eat at one of many local takeaways on Marine Parade.
There is a large undercover outdoor area with seating connecting the house and the outdoor room.
In the winter months you can enjoy the warmth of the fire in the cozy lounge.
Both bedrooms have comfortable queen beds, with comfortable, quality bedding.
Smart TV with Lightbox account available. TV inside has Sky while the TV in the outside room has Freeview.
1 x Queen bed
1 x Queen bed
|Rate period||Week day||Weekend/Holiday|
24-Nov-17 to 24-Feb-19
|For up to 2 people. Extra occupants: Adults: $20/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. Service fees may also apply.
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Very cute retro cottage, complete with lovely touches such as flowers in each room, and fresh goodies in the kitchen. We all slept very well on the beds, they were super comfy. Absolutely filled all our needs during our stay in Wairoa.
What a stunningly gorgeous and quaint cottage. Very lovely with a feel of old, but had tasteful furnishings and upgraded features. Great gardens and bedrooms etc were perfect. Loved our stay and have already recommended to friends and family. Wonderful place and thanks for the gorgeous weather too!
A beautiful and warm cottage with fire burning Fresh fruit warm beds A place 2 call home Glenda and husband went out of there way 2 help The best weekend and help one could ask 4 Thankz so much we will be back Maybe the long weekend in September All going well
I would love to stay here again, cozy, comfortable and kind neighbour still practising manaakitanga as he came over with a gift of steak for us. Unfortunately we are all vegetarians but he whakaaro pai, a good thought which was appreciated.