Welcome to the Coach House:
If a cosy self-contained home-away-from-home is what you want then the Coach-House is for you. Built in the early to mid eighteen hundreds for the first bishop of Waiapu, William Williams, the Coachhouse was part of the property called Hukurere which is now my next door neighbour. The Coach-house was used to house a horse and buggy with a room for the coach-man. Now it has been sympathetically renovated to provide comfortable accommodation for 2 to 4 people.
Families are welcome and children especially love the bedroom upstairs with 2 single (website hidden)'s very quaint and cosy.
I love meeting new people and hearing about their travels. Have done some travelling myself over the last few years. I especially love England. The countryside is beautiful and the history spectacular. Have also visited Spain Italy and Turkey and loved them all.Had a small visit to Scotland (land of my forbears) and loved the Highlands. So very atmospheric and mysterious. Hope to have a few more trips while I still can.
When not travelling I love interior decoration and really enjoy making little improvements to the Coachhouse all the time. Have just renovated the bathroom and it looks great. I also love my garden, walking with friends, reading and music, especially classical and jazz