Bach or holiday home, 4 Bedrooms, 2 Single Beds ground floor, 3 Bathrooms,
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About Chester Rendell
Louise and Chester moved to Paihia in 1983 and ran the motel and restaurant on this site. They leased out the restaurant in 1995 but still live on the property above it. Bayswater Holiday House rental started in about 2007.
Chester Rendell purchased this House in 1983
Why Chester Rendell chose Paihia
One of the few holiday rental homes that can house 10 people that is only 200 metres from Paihia Village and the beach is across the road.
What makes this House unique
Large house perfect for a family - whatever size!
Check-in: 4:00 pm
Check-out: 12:00 pm
Max guests:10 (sleeps up to 10 adults)
No refunds for cancellations made after payment is made
Very comfortable well equipped
The girls had a great time enjoying this accommodation with the proximity to Paihia walking distance being a bonus thank you
Easter at Bayswater
Our family of 4 adults and 2 children thoroughly enjoyed their time at Bayswater. The property is beautifully presented - with lots of space and all you could wish for in the way of appliances etc. It is in a prime location and consequently access to Paihia Village and all that it has to offer is only a few foot steps away.
Chester & Louise were wonderful to deal with - courteous and communicating with them prior to our visit was always immediately responded to.
Louise and I were just saying after your departure how great it would be if all our guests were as nice as the Butterworth group. They were a pleasure to host and we would welcome them back in a heartbeat!
Awesome deck, awesome locations.
We rented this place with 8 friends over the long weekend. The place is very spacious with nice clean rooms for everyone.
The star of the show is the deck, its large with plenty of seating.. we took full advantage of the BBQ both days.
The owner was very friendly as well, I would highly recommend this place.
Thanks Jordan - we hardly noticed you there - Louise and I would welcome you back in a heart beat.
Lovely bach in a fantastic spot.
Lovely bach in a fantastic spot. Look forward to staying again. Thank You!
Great place and awesome location.
Great place and awesome location.
Lovely very spacious batch with a great deck.
Lovely very spacious batch with a great deck. We had a really nice time here, and would certainly recommend it.
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