Self-contained studio with ocean views
- english, dutch
About Felicia B.
James & Felicia built the studio villa in 2018 and mostly reside in Auckland, New Zealand. But if there's a chance of getting away from the hustle and bustle, you will find them at the back of the villa - in their own 'Raro Hut'. Before the villa was constructed James and Felicia initially built their own 'hut' that doubled as their garden and tool shed. Going back and forth between their work in Auckland and Rarotonga over a 4 year period to add a deck, utilities, a bathroom and an outdoor shower. The hut is still there and situated behind the villa - feel free to have a look around when staying at Tiare Views Studio Villa! Both owners of the villa love good food and well-made coffees and the villa’s compendium lists all of their favourite places to eat, drink and be merry including a list of activities we would recommend during your stay.
Felicia B. purchased this Studio in 2018
Please consider the following guidelines when booking this property:
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
You'll find us 20 minutes away from the airport and we recommend hiring a car to get around. Another option is to rent a bike or use the bus services which run frequently.
A short stroll of about 5-10 minutes from the villa will take you into the heart of Muri. There are plenty of opportunities to enjoy water sports in Muri including snorkeling, night paddle boarding and kayaking on the lagoon.
Other places of interest nearby are the Te Vara Nui cultural show and village tour, the Muri Food Night Markets and the Te Manava Spa and Massages. Nearby beaches include the beautiful Titikaveka and Vaaimanga located within a short drive of our villa which we think are the best spots for snorkeling.
Avarua, the capital of the island, is great for shopping, museum visits, art galleries and other attractions such as the Punanga Nui Farmer’s Market (every Saturday), the Rarotonga Golf Club and the cross-island ‘Needle’ walk.