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Kaikoura, South Island, New Zealand
Cushchine Farm Cottage is located 5mins drive from Kaikoura town centre, the sea, mountains, Whale Watch, Dolphin Encounter, supermarket and i-Site (tourist information), BUT you benefit from being in open countryside, on the very edge of town = PERFECT for a relaxing holiday !!!
Everything on the farm is grown organically. The grounds are spacious and we have 150+ animals in our Farm Park for your children to play with and hand and bottle-feed. Over the last few years, we've completely restored our beautiful cottage, carefully retaining many of its original features, so it's got an authentic, rustic, traditional feel, BUT with many modern features, eg: a new shower room, ceramic cooker/oven, new log burner in the lounge.
#1 sleeps up to 3, plus baby = a double (elec. blankets), single, travel cot
#2 sleeps up to 4 = a single, plus a double bottom bunk & single top bunk
Kitchen = includes a complete range of self catering equipment: glass-top oven/cooker, microwave, rice cooker, electric fry pan, kettle, toaster and fridge/freezer. We also include FREE use of the outside gas BBQ.
FREE breakfast items = We provide a limited quantity of: milk, breakfast cereal, loaf of bread, butter, home made jam, tea, coffee, sugar, AND
(subject to availability) seasonal eggs, seasonal fruit - to help our late arriving guests (only on arrrival day/night, for paying guests only)
Recycling bins are provided. We support Kaikoura's 100% recycling ambition by recycling as much as we possibly can, and ask that you help us wash, separate and recycle the waste you produce.
Lounge = The large lounge is warm & cosy with a wood burner fire and two comfy leather sofas to snuggle up on. There's a 42" widescreen plasma TV; digital Satellite TV service; a Blu-Ray/DVD/CD player (our personal 700+ DVD & Blu-Ray movie collection is available for you to enjoy!)
PLUS a cupboard stuffed with children's games.
Features & Facilities - Inside