view of sea
wood deck and sea view
the bush bach
trees near water
wood deck
side of bush bach
entry to the bush bach
walking dog on the bush near the Thames

beach hideaway

Kaiaua, Hauraki District

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Sleeps up to 2
From $90 tonight
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Sleeps up to 2
From $90 tonight

Beach Hideaway is on a coastal beef farm located on the Firth of Thames, and is about an hour's drive from South Auckland. The farm has an abundance of tracks that give access to river walks and bush views across to the Coromandel Peninsula. A stony beach across the road lends itself to rock fishi...

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Essential Stay Info

Eating and Drinking
The kitchen features a small fridge, microwave oven, gas oven and cooktop, toaster. electric jug and basic utensils, plates, cutlery, mugs, glasses and are adequate for meal cooking.

Breakfast Not Available
Dinner Not Available
Lunch Not Available

Bedding Configuration
One queen size bed.

More info about the property
A small beach located a short distance from the main dwelling. It has one bedroom, a bathroom and a kitchen/dining/living area.

Sorry, we can't accommodate dogs
Not Suitable for Children

Unique kiwi experiences for you

Head down to the stony beach
Wander through the native bush
Farm experience available

Rural Views

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What we love about this property

Staying at the bach gives you the opportunity to chill-out and relax, or roam tracks and beaches to your desire.

Activities on or nearby this property

Be By The Water


Drinking Water
Fridge (or cooling facility) available
Heating (electric, gas or fireplace)
Hot Water Available
Limited mobile service
Linen Provided
North Island
Not Suitable for Children
Power Available
Rubbish bin
Sealed roads only
Towels Provided

About your host, Andrew and Jan

We live on a beautiful part of the Firth of Thames, about an hour and a half drive from central Auckland. It is a small beef farm and backs on to the Hunua Ranges. The views from the top of the farm give a panoramic vista of sea and native bush. Stony streams wind their way up the farm and into bush clad valleys with waterfalls and rocky gorges. We are also involved with the Motor Caravan Association and have hosted holiday-makers to the farm for over 25 years. It is always enjoyable meeting new people that come to stay. Andrew has lived on the farm all his life, while Jan is new to the farming scene due to both our widowed statuses and new marriage. Andrew and Jan are looking forward to another venture and meeting more new people.

Questions and Answers

Question: Hi there is this available Thursday night? And Is there parking for my 7m boat? Thanks
asked by Scott on 12/05/2020 19:59

Answer: Hi yes it is available for Thursday night and yes we do have room for your boat in old milk tanker loop just a little bit further to Bach regards Andrew
answered by Andrew and Jan on 13/05/2020 07:20

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