We stayed at Keiko's for four nights in December 2011. It was very enjoyable, and we'll certainly return if we're ever in Te Anau again. Prior to our arrival, Kevin gave us some very helpful advice about local attractions, and helped us with bookings. The room was comfortable, and very clean, and the surrounding gardens and fishponds are beautiful. Keiko's Japanese breakfasts are a bit of an adventure, since the menu depends heavily on what fish they happen to have caught. Delicious, and creative, but maybe a bit of a challenge at 7 AM if you're not used to Japanese food. My wife and daughter ate them happily, but I stuck with the cereals, breads, and home-made jams (which were also delicious). In our experience, the restaurants in Te Anau were all pretty poor, so Keiko's breakfast will probably be the best meal of your day. During our stay, we changed our plans, and needed to book some activities at very short notice. Because of his local connections, Kevin was able to arrange some things for us, which we would never have been able to do ourselves. He even took us fishing, and allowed us to use his equipment. Generally, Kevin and Keiko treated us more like friends/family than customers. We spent a very pleasant evening chatting with them about all kinds of things, and drank a lot of their beer. Cheers, Kevin; kampai, Keiko. Hope to see you again, sometime.