We only stayed one night; it is not common to be able to stay in chalets etc for just a night, so this was a good start. Very reasonably priced.
Very friendly and welcoming hosts, who live on site, but totally unobtrusive, except when needed. Chalet really well equipped - most of the utensils etc seemed brand new. Bright and very clean. Well equipped kitchen. Whilst we stayed in summer, it obviously would be very warm in winter - under floor heating in bathroom, big woodburner and huge store of wood, as well as electric heaters.
It is a (short) drive to the town, but this means that the neighbourhood was very, very quiet. Lovely lake walks just a couple of minutes (by foot) away.
Great place to stay - would definitely book again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to our certified environmentally friendly accommodation. Stay in our Studio/double with kitchenette (NZD 140 for 2)or self-contained Chalet (NZD 160 for 2 or NZD 225 for 5). Sliding doors open onto private sundecks with great mountain views. Awake refreshed after a relaxing night's sleep on our prime quality mattresses and duvets. The luxury Chalet can be converted in either a 1-/ or 2-bedroom Chalet, sleeping up to 6 guests, with full kitchen and a log fire to round up the special alpine experience for you. Breakfast-buffet optional. ... more less
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