Secluded Eco-Retreat on a Nature Reserve in Invercargill, New ZealandOtatara, South Island (New Zealand)
Secluded Eco-Retreat on a Nature Reserve in Invercargill, New Zealand
This secluded eco-retreat cabin is located between the forest and the New River Estuary near Invercargill on New Zealand's South Island and can accommodate up to four guests. There are two bedrooms and one full bathroom. Each bedroom comes with a plush double bed, and the rooms are serviced daily. The host lives upstairs in this property, but guests are welcome to use their kitchen to prepare an evening meal. Alternatively, there are nearby restaurants, including The Cabbage Tree, which will pick guests up in their courtesy van.
This accommodation is eco-friendly, and its water is sourced from rainwater. Guests can enjoy a complimentary breakfast and Wi-Fi in this cabin.
The host has a pest-protected reserve that guests are free to roam at their leisure.
- 1 Queen-size bed
- Private Barbecue
- Private Kitchen
- Linens and pillows
- Electric blankets
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Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Otatara, South Island (New Zealand)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Wildlife watching
This unique landscape of natural beauty has endless opportunities for guests who love the outdoors. Guests can wander the host's preserve, which boasts a podocarp forest with 400-year-old trees and a salt marsh with a varied bird population including fernbirds. Outside of the reserve, guests can make the most of this beautiful scenery by following the Southern Scenic Route to the Catlins. On Rakiura, guests can try hunting, fishing, walking, fishing, and kayaking. The island has pleasant waters with 170 species of seaweed and over 50 species of fish, as well as free diving and scuba diving. The island is also a popular destination with guests hoping to catch a glimpse of a penguin or a kiwi.