Cottage, 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathrooms, (Sleeps 4)
About Tim Roach
Martinborough's wine producing region has grown significantly over the past few years. With a love for hospitality and meeting people from all walks of life we have been searching for a lifestyle property that will allow us to enjoy this beautiful part of the country.
Tim Roach purchased this Cottage in 2018
Why Tim Roach chose Dyerville
Olea is the Latin name for Olive. The previous owners have lovingly developed an amazing retreat set amongst 600 Olive trees, neighbouring vineyards and beautiful rich green fields. Koroneiki is one of the five varieties of olive in our grove. Stay at Koroneiki Cottage and I am certain that you'll see why we feel in love with this unique site.
What makes this Cottage unique
Friendly welcoming hosts. We enjoy meeting people from all walks of life and sharing our lifestyle with them.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Nice peaceful spot in the middle of and Olive grove
4 km drive from the centre of Martinborough. Nicely provisioned with plunger coffee and a bowl of feijoas off their trees. We were only there a night so didn't get to use the board games or bikes provided
Great little cottage, really warm and in a very quiet spot. Close to the village, Tim was very helpful and we got to borrow bikes overall a lovely couple of days away.
Great relaxing spot
Great location for the family and dog. Close to Martinborough but far enough away to think you were truly in the country. Accommodation was good - clean and good amenities. Tim was a great host. Will stay again.
A quiet cottage which was warm and comfortable
A quiet cottage which was warm and comfortable. A great base for exploring the area.
Great property, was beautiful setting amongst the olive trees. The bikes were fantastic we loved the tandem. The hosts were easily contactable and flexible which was much appreciated!
Some of the decor was getting a bit tired
Having dog poo outside front door was a bit nasty! Sharing the room with a large cockroach was also a bit nasty but both these things r nature I guess and can’t be helped.