Bach or holiday home | Whangapoua | #4818
Modern comfortable architect designed bach, two sections back from the beach on the edge of the river.
Kayak up the river to the beach in one of our kayaks. There is a laser yacht for guests' use.
The section is large for children and there are tents if kids would like to sleep outside. The bunk room and spare bedroom are slightly separate from the main bedroom giving privacy to the those in the master bedroom.
The kitchen is well equipped and has a dishwasher. Laundry has a washing machine and dryer.
Wireless broadband is fast. Bring ipods for the stereo.
There's always a stack of dry firewood in the garage.
Weber gas barbecue.
Bed linen provided. Please bring your own towels.
Special conditions: Min 3 nights stay. Peak prices apply during public hols. Deposit of 25% required to confirm bookings as well as credit card # in case of damage. Bookings require 8 weeks cancellation notice. Full payment needed if rental is within 10 weeks. Max 8 people. Extra charges for excess phone calls form the landline.
1 x Bunk bed
1 x Bunk bed (single over double)
1 x Super king bed
1 x Queen bed
|Rate period||Week day||Weekend/Holiday|
29-Mar-17 to 30-Nov-17
|4 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 lovely weekend at beautiful Whangapoua Beach. Waipapa Place is a spacious holiday house and our children loved the kayaks providing them with hours of fun on the stream. Thank you for sharing your place with us - everything was perfect .... the only improvement would be a few more electric heaters for the cold winter nights.
The bach was excellent and proved an ideal base for meeting up with my son and his girlfriend. The facilities and location were both very good. Good use was made of the Kayaks and once we discovered the path, the walk to New Chums beach was well worth the effort. The property was clean and very well equipped, the broadband was particularly useful. Whilst there are now properties adjacent to the bach (not visible on Google earth) they were unoccupied and are unlikely to be intrusive.