Secluded 1950's character 'fishing bach' nestled in magnificent native bush, opposite the Whangaroa Arm of pristine Lake Rotoma. The house is situated on an historical site - once the coach stop between Rotorua and Whakatane at the turn of the century, so stories and relics abound.
Enjoy private bush walks starting behind the house, or walk the 20 minute 'Bridle Trail' to the famous and therapeutic Waitangi 'Soda Spring' hot pools. Across the road a short track leads to the lake - perfect for kayaks and smaller boats.
House has a flat front lawn dedicated to a full size badminton/volleyball court. The rear of the house is nestled in native bush and offers a raised fire-pit for a magical atmosphere in the evenings. Form teams and enjoy the giant chess set.
Handy to all local attractions including shop, cafe, playground, boat ramp, artists' studios and the magnificent safe and sandy swimming beaches of pristine Lake Rotoma.
Not suitable for toddlers or pets
Extras: Linen (included); NOTE: Under Kiwi bach tradition you are expected to: Clean the house and do the dishes before you leave;