Bach or holiday home | Te Horo Beach | #39196
We are located just one hour drive North of Wellington and one hour South of Palmerston North.
Walk the rugged coast south to the famous, in Te Horo Pink Stump. Or cross the creek north to the Otaki river mouth. Visit Te Horo Lavender Farm, Ruth Pretty Catering shop and the fabulous Cafe Te Horo at Hyde Park. Enjoy fantastic outlet shopping in Otaki and call in at Penray Gardens just south of Otaki for fresh produce and wonderful homemade chutneys and relishes.
Remember Otaki golf course Otaki surf beach and Otaki Gorge.
Special conditions: Smoking outside only please. Ashtray provided. No pets allowed. No wild parties. Please leave the place as you found it. Please enjoy a lemon and a salad from the garden. ENJOY !!
1 x Queen bed
1 x Queen bed
Two single beds
2 x Single bed
|Rate period||Week day||Weekend/Holiday|
20-Feb-18 to 20-May-19
|For up to 2 people. Extra occupants: Adults: $25/night; Children: $15/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. Service fees may also apply.
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We had a wonderful, happy stay here. The bach is so comfortable, spacious and quiet with a view of the ocean and such a short walk to the beach. I would highly recommend this place to family and friends - it has everything you need from the comfy couch and living area, outdoor dining and salad greens in the garden, a well equipped modern kitchen and bathroom, and spacious bedrooms. You can just sit back and relax. We loved it and can't wait to stay again!
The Bach was awesome, the pictures really didn't do it justice. Plenty of outdoor decking area and the wood burner made it cosy and warm. Lot's of really nice touches all over the property that really made it feel homely and relaxing. I would definitely recommend this property and would stay again. Only a 5 minute walk to the beach and great views of the sunset from the decking. The only negative was a lack of a shop within walking distance, but that's hardly a fault with the Bach :)