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We stayed for two days in Te Waka lodge. The apartment is excellent. Large, with a good bed and a nice bathroom. Next to that there is a seperate diningroom. However the apartment is supposed to be self-contained but lacks all kitchen facilities. Our plans...More
Was a little reluctlant to go B&B - but very pleasantly surprised to find it was separate accommodation from the main house. We arrived 2 hours before check in but room was ready so we could drop our bags before finding lunch.
Room is very...More
This house we stayed in was subliminal. We had a large room, a closet big enough to store an elephant. The king-size bed was super comfortable and am ensuite with shower. We had a view on the mountains. We had access to a sun-room and...More
We stayed in Te Waka Lodge for just one night and had one of the units in the back. Unit 1 was clean, spacious, and very comfortable with a glass sliding door to get into/out of the room. There was one queen bed and one...More
NB this B&B is now called Te Waka Lodge. Recently changed owner.
There are three guest rooms, and we had the big one, upstairs. One downstairs had a shallow ramp to get to it.
The room we had was huge. Real luxuary.
Simple breakfast each...More
US$90 - US$107 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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