tranquil villa in the hills

Pohokura, Taranaki

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Sleeps up to 8
From $130 tonight
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Sleeps up to 8
From $130 tonight

This lovely home was built in the early 1900’s by the McCluggage Family, who operated sawmills in the area. Their endeavors included the construction of a tunnel, in 1924, at the rear of the property to provide access to timber on the Whangamomona Saddle, where it still remains today. This stunning ...

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Essential Stay Info

Eating and Drinking
A full kitchen including utensils, crockery, equipment and common appliances for all your cooking needs. Included in this is most basic pantry items and free continental breakfast.

Breakfast Not Available
Dinner Not Available
Lunch Not Available

Bedding Configuration
Room 1: 1 x Queen bed Room 2: 1 x Queen bed Room 3: 1 x Queen bed Room 4: 2 x Single beds

More info about the property
The Villa has four bedrooms and one bathroom. It is fully furnished and a full linen service.

Cats Welcome
Dogs Welcome
Family Friendly
Horse Grazing Available

Unique kiwi experiences for you

The 'Forgotten World Highway' - listed among the top 10 EPIC bike rides by Lonely Planet 2019
Charismatic resident cat
Pet friendly!!

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What we love about this property

We offer a relaxing rural retreat - allowing an excellent base for exploring the 'Forgotten World Highway' in Taranaki. Enjoy the stunning scenery alongside a working sheep and beef property.

Activities on or nearby this property


2WD caravan accessible
Bath tub
Caravan accessible
Drinking Water
DVD Player
Electric blankets
Fridge (or cooling facility) available
Hair dryer
Heating (electric, gas or fireplace)
Hot Water Available
Limited mobile service
Linen Provided
No Internet Access
North Island
Power Available
Rubbish bin
Towels Provided
Washing Machine

Auckland: 5 hours
Hamilton: 4 hours
Tauranga: 4 hours 30 minutes
Taupo: 3 hours 30 minutes
Wellington: 5 hours

About your host, Amanda

We are a family of four that run a sheep and beef farm in Pohokura. This beautiful house was our family home until recently. We couldn't have it empty, so what better way to occupy it by sharing it with the world.

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