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Casa de campo entero - Anfitrión: Ben & Ronel

6 huéspedes, 2 habitaciones, 4 camas, 1 baño
Alojamiento entero
Tendrás la propiedad (casa de campo) a tu disposición.
Opciones de limpieza mejoradas
Este anfitrión se comprometió a seguir el proceso de limpieza avanzada de 5 pasos de Airbnb.
Acceso sin restricción de horario
Realiza tu llegada fácilmente mediante la caja de seguridad para llaves.
Wifi
Los huéspedes suelen buscar este popular servicio
Fabulous Beachfront Bach (approx 1 hr north of Wgtn)
Expansive sea views out to Kapiti Island.
Set in a secluded natural coastal landscape 'InterVille' is perfect for couples or families wanting to experience ‘Life at the Beach’.
Classic renovated 1980's 2 bdrm beach cottage, it has it all for amazing relaxing holidays.
Fabulous outdoor bath, Wifi, kayaks, hammock, Nespresso Coffee machine & more!
Your enjoyment of this truly unique unspoilt stretch of coastal New Zealand is our No.1 priority!

El espacio
Your accommodation is just as important as the location & we think you will find both to be 'Awesome'.
The renovated Bach is sparkling clean and fresh with double glazing, bifold doors to the deck from an open plan living area that has a cosy log burner.
A fully equiped kitchen, with Nespresso machine (capsules supplied) and a very well stocked pantry.
New bathroom with shower, hairdryer, wall heater, fluffy towels, first aid kit, and all bathroom essentials.
Seperate laundry with washing machine, dryer, iron and all cleaning items.
Comfy beds, fresh linen, feather/down & woolrest pillows, cosy duvets, throws & electric blankets for colder nights.
A portable cot/high chair on site & safety screen for log burner.
Kayaks/life jackets, Beach tennis, badminton, volleyball, swingball & soccer equipment, board games, toy box, magazines, books, dvd's, cd's, Bose radio with iPod/iPhone connector, Telescope, Freeview TV & DVD viewing in living area & both bedrooms.
Also a beach umbrella, buckets & spades for fun at the beach or toast marshmallows (stocked in the pantry) while sitting around the chiminea. Watch amazing sunsets from the deck or the old Totara bench seat!

We also have TinyVille, a Tiny House next door. If you’d like to book a larger space https://abnb.me/WidMEJbTGgb

Lo que este lugar ofrece

Vista al océano
Vista al mar
Acceso a playa Público o compartido - Frente a la playa
Cocina
Wifi
Estacionamiento gratuito en las instalaciones
Privado jacuzzi
TV
Lavadora
Secadora en el edificio: Gratis

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A dónde irás

Waikawa Beach, Manawatu-Wanganui, Nueva Zelanda

Waikawa Beach is only 5k’s off State Highway 1 halfway between Otaki and Levin so there are cafes, restaurants, outlet shopping, a cinema, library, medical centre, supermarket, fruit and veg stores, laundromats, petrol stations, ATM’s as well as a winery, golfing, horse riding etc within a 10-15 minute drive.

About Waikawa Beach
Waikawa Beach lies in Horowhenua — turn off SH1 at Manakau, about half way between Levin and Otaki.

It’s a quiet settlement where life revolves around the beach and the outdoors. People enjoy swimming in the river or sea, kayaking, fishing, cycling, horse riding and walking.

There are plenty of birds and frogs, and, unfortunately, rabbits. Sometimes you’ll see a small seal or two on the beach.

This area has a rich history. Before Māori came to New Zealand moa and Waitaha moa hunters roamed the area, followed by Ngati Mamoe, Moriori. They, in turn, wee followed by Muaupoko from Hawkes Bay.

In the 1800 Europeans and Māori alike travelled through and resided in the area. Te Rauparaha made it his base for a while.

Late in the 1800s there was farming and flax milling going on, some boat building, trade, and even an accommodation house.

In the 1900s activity at Waikawa Beach dwindled down to farming, but in the later part of the century small baches appeared and it became a little-know but favoured place for weekends and holidays.

Source for all the above: Bitter Water, by Deb Shepherd and Laraine Shepherd, published in 1999.

Unfortunately the book is now out of print and you can’t buy it. Try your local library for a copy. The library in Levin has it.

Anfitrión: Ben & Ronel

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Reglas de la casa

Check-in: 15:00 a 23:00
Salida: 10:00
Acceso sin restricción de horario con caja de seguridad con llaves
Prohibido fumar
No se admiten mascotas
Está prohibido hacer fiestas o eventos

Salud y seguridad

Comprometido a seguir el proceso de limpieza avanzada de Airbnb. Mostrar más
Se aplican las pautas de distanciamiento social de Airbnb y otras pautas relacionadas con el COVID-19
Piscina/jacuzzi sin puertas ni cerraduras
Cerca de un lago, un río u otro cuerpo de agua
Alarma de monóxido de carbono

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