|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Historic Cottage. Rural location, 10 mins to train station with direct link to Mt Eden Station for RWC, 15 mins to Piha and 25 mins to CBD. This 2 bedroom Kauri Cottage C.1867 is located in a secluded spot on Carter Road, Oratia. Recently relocated from St Marys Bay and fully refurbished includes: new bathroom; new kitchen; polished floors; insulated; Heat Pump hot water system; Mitsubishi inverter heating, A/C; Smeg cooker with electric oven and gas hob; Shacklock coal range; dishwasher; washing machine; tumble dryer; small deck and veranda; parking for two, one under shared carport.
A beautiful location to get away from it all, with access to enjoy all the benefits of the city and Waitakere Ranges.
Smoking allowed outside only.
7 nights for $950
Please note, deposits will only be refunded if cancellation is received within 1 week of arrival and we can re-let the cottage over the same dates.
Extras: Linen (included); NOTE: Under Kiwi bach tradition you are expected to: Clean the house and do the dishes before you leave;
Great access to bush walks, beaches and city
This was a lovely cottage with great amenities. Lots of character and a nice setting.
Beautiful house in a gorgeous setting! Can't wait to come back.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this location. We enjoyed the quiet and the surroundings. The bach was clean and had all we needed. It is spacious with high ceilings giving a sense of space. I loved the old feel of it but also enjoyed the modern features of the bathroom and kitchen.
A real rural retreat in the city! Lovely historic cottage sympathetically furnished. Very comfortable home, full kitchen extremely well-equipped, excellent hot water for a lovely relaxing bath! Very quiet and peaceful location, thank you for the peaceful break,
Curtains for privacy at night time would have been better and also a coffee table for the lounge room would have helped otherwise all was excellent.
Loved it - tastefully modernised, quiet and VERY well set-up. Appreciated the s+p, oil and tea bags. Alas we didn't have enough time to explore the Waitakere's, but glad we at least made a detour to the Arataki Visitors Centre.