Unusual Cabin among Karst Rock Formations in Takaka, Golden Bay, New ZealandTakaka, South Island (New Zealand)
Unusual Cabin among Karst Rock Formations in Takaka, Golden Bay, New Zealand
This unusual cabin is located in Takaka, on the Golden Bay in New Zealand. It can accommodate a couple but can sleep up to four comfortably. This open-plan living space has a queen-size bed and one full bathroom with a toilet, sink, and a shower. In the cabin, guests will also find an armchair, a fold-out sofa bed, a flat screen television, and a DVD player. The kitchen area includes a fridge, a toaster, tea and coffee making facilities, crockery, cutlery, and glasses. There is an indoor dining table for two next to the sliding glass doors.
A communal microwave and washing machine are available. If required, single beds may be available upon request. Other amenities include air conditioning, complimentary Wi-Fi, and daily room service. Outside, there is a front porch with a table and chairs, a barbecue, a green yard. lovely plants, rock formations, and a picnic table.
Facilities include a television, a DVD player, air conditioning and complimentary Wi-Fi. A barbecue is available outside the unit. There is daily room service, a communal washing machine, and a communal microwave. For an additional charge, guests can start their day with a continental breakfast.
- 1 Queen-size bed
- Air conditioning
- Washing machine
- Shared Barbecue
- Linens and pillows
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Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
Pets are not permitted on site.
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Location and surroundings
Takaka, South Island (New Zealand)
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Golden Bay offers a wide range of outdoor activities among breathtaking scenery. Guests can go fishing at Anatoki Salmon in Takaka, or spend a day walking the Wharariki Beach Walking Track, where they can enjoy stunning views of the beach and green farmlands. On the Rawhiti Cave Track, visitors can see spectacular and unusual formations. There are kayaking and canoeing opportunities at Tata Beach in Takaka. Guests can also go on horseback riding tours or air tours. Te Waikoropupu Springs are the largest and freshwater springs in New Zealand, the clearest in the world, and the largest cold water springs in the Southern Hemisphere.