Romantic Cottage Rental with Tasman Sea Views on South Island, New ZealandPunakaiki, South Island (New Zealand)
Romantic Cottage Rental with Tasman Sea Views on South Island, New Zealand
"Midway through our 21 day trip to New Zealand, we were not quite sure what to expect. The exterior of this cottage was simple, but the interior was b…"
This sunny and romantic studio cottage rental with breathtaking views is located on the South Island of New Zealand at the southern foot of the Pancake Rocks and the Tasman Sea. Relax and watch the waves roll in from the comfort of a king-size bed. There is a spacious and stylish room with wooden Rimu floor, a king-size bed, large bi-fold doors opening out to a large private deck area with outdoor furniture. The cottage has an outside bathtub on the veranda for guests to soak in while taking in the stunning night sky.
This vacation rental does not have a kitchenette but does have a small fridge, kettle, cups and drinking glasses, a toaster, and bowls for breakfast. The rental also features a flat-screen television, a DVD player, and free Wi-Fi. A barbecue is available upon request.
Glampers will find several cafes, restaurants, and a tavern which are all within walking distance to the property. A short drive away, there are more dining options should glampers wish to stop off for an evening meal or lunch.
A craft gallery and a glass bead studio is nearby. There is a Department of Conservation site located across the road from the Pancake Rocks.
- 1 King-size bed
- Private Barbecue
- Linens and pillows
Check-in: 06:00 AM
Check out: 10:00 AM
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
Punakaiki, South Island (New Zealand)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Wildlife watching
Take in the panoramic coastal views from the privacy and comfort of this Punakaiki accommodation while enjoying the peaceful surroundings of wild hydrangeas, Nikau palms, native bush and huge limestone outcrops. If guests have a little more time, stay a few days and discover the walking tracks in the Paparoa National Park or do part or the whole of the Paparoa Great Walk or explore the rugged Punakaiki beaches.