Bach or holiday home | Akaroa | #7551
AVAILABLE DATES ARE SHOWN ON TIMELINE CALENDAR BELOW. Bookings are a minimum of 2 nights. unless otherwise specified via the Booking Calendar. Check In Time is 3 pm on the day of Arrival, and Check Out Time is 11 am on the day of Departure. This well appointed house provides excellent accommodation for family/group holidays with internal toilet, and washing facilities. Great living area with log fire (firewood provided), plenty of space, and the fully fenced section provides excellent security for younger children and the dog !
Wake to the sound of the wood pigeons, tui's and their friends, and feel a million miles away from the day to day pressures of city life.
BBQ your bacon and eggs on the sun drenched deck either before or after your 2 minute walk down to the very safe and popular swimming beach.
Little Akaloa is situated on the sunny side of Banks Peninsula, and only 1 hour away from Christchurch and a 15-20min drive away from Akaroa. Lukes Road is a short walk away from the Historic Little Akaloa Church (Door always open to view). The bay has an excellent Boat Ramp facility, Tennis Courts and Childrens Playground.
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Special conditions: Smoking okay outside only. Pets are very welcome but the owners ask that you please keep them off the furniture out respect for other guests who may have an allergy to pet hair
1 x Queen bed
1 x Queen bed
2 x single beds
1 x Bunk bed
*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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The house was homely,comfortable and very well equipped. Having never been to Banks Peninsula before I didn't realise that access to the house was via an extremely winding road but once you get there it is very, very peaceful and restful.
Lovely well equipped and homely bach with good access to the bay. My only comment is that although the reference to fully fenced is technically correct, I wouldn't recommend that the visitor assume that the fencing will keep dogs or youngsters from escaping if they are determined (like our dogs!) as there are quite a few large gaps and wire fences.