About This Listing
Welcome to Bledisloe Cottage.....
Situated on a working cattle farm in the Bay of Islands, this modern cottage is the perfect destination for your next getaway.
Bledilsoe Cottage has two bedrooms - one king size bed, one queen size bed and a single bedsit in the lounge. Free to air TV, DVD player (with heaps of DVDs), games, books and puzzles are also included.
Set in a quiet rural location, yet just a few minutes drive from Paihia, visitors constantly remark how pleasantly surprised they are with the surrounds and amenities.
The cottage is ideal all year round, with wood fire and spa bath to warm up winter temps and cooling fans to alleviate hot summer temps.
There are several walking tracks in the immediate vicinity that take in the bush, forest, river and sea views of our area along with plenty of parking for cars (and boat).
Nearest public transport are buses at Paihia, or the airport at Kerikeri (20 min drive - we will pick up and deliver).
As we are in a Kiwi zone no pets are allowed. Kiwis are on the endangered NZ bird list.
Please let us know if you have any questions.
Guests leave cottage in the condition they find it. As we are in a kiwi zone no pets are allowed.
An easy to get to, pretty and quiet rural location very close to the Haruru Falls and a really nice walk into Paihia. Also enjoyed walking around local roads.
Comfortable cottage with all conveniences, enjoyed it a lot. Fully recommend it for a quiet getaway.
Wonderful cottage with everything supplied. Paihia is an easy drive from there, but the peace & quiet & dark are the real bonuses that you can't get with a place in town. Never saw Matt, since he's always on a tractor taking care of the cows, but Bev stopped by to make sure we had what we needed and knew the good drives to the places we meant to go, & then left us to it. Felt just like Vermont. The clothes washer was great, so we were able to start our second week with suitcases full of clean stuff. It is just down and around from the Waitangi Treaty Grounds so is a perfect place to stay for History seekers, then on to Paihia & Russell. The Paihia library is good for free wireless, but they turn it off at night.