Akaroa, Canterbury, New Zealand Accommodations

Accommodations in Akaroa

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The SpaceThe Stables at Blythcliffe is a self contained converted stable building adjacent to the main house, and has its own grape lined, large sunny courtyard, perfect for a sunny breakfast or evening drinks. The space is open plan and generous with one (extremely comfortable!) super king sized bed. Our second space at Blythcliffe (see separate listing) The Rose Room, is a small suite of three private rooms, bed, bath and breakfast/ sitting. The Stables has sitting and dining areas, with a modern kitchen and a separate bathroom with claw foot bath, candles and bubble bath provided! Your rate includes a delicious, self served continental breakfast and WiFi. Cooked breakfast (with eggs from our own free range chickens and NZ free range bacon) is available upon request at an extra charge of $20.00 pp. Blythcliffe is listed as an Historic Place Category 1 with Heritage New Zealand, Pouhere Taonga, and is one of Akaroa's oldest and most loved houses. It sits within the Historic Area of the French settlement village, The Historic Area is also registered with Heritage New Zealand; and lies along the waterfront of Akaroa Harbour on Canterbury’s spectacular Banks Peninsular. The house was built in 1857 in the Colonial Regency or Palladian Style of the period, and is thought to have been designed and built by Samuel Charles Farr c.1857 on a five-acre block for Augustus White, a prominent early Canterbury businessman who represented Akaroa on the Provincial Council. Farr is thought to have been influenced by Australian architect John Verge, who designed many important houses in the Palladian Regency style in Sydney in the second quarter of the nineteenth century. This style had been developed in England by Sir John Soane and John Nash. Verge designed The Treaty House at Waitangi in New Zealand. This gracious home is therefore regarded as a special and outstanding example of a particular architectural style that is usually only found in New South Wales and England. It is the only registered example in New Zealand of a pure Palladian rendition of the Regency style in terms of the large house genre, i.e., where the style has not been influenced by Colonial Georgian cottage elements. Guest AccessYou will have full access to our beautiful grounds, including our croquet lawn, petanque terrace and the Blythcliffe private forest, protected by a conservation order for many years and therefore containing many spectacular examples of native trees, plants and birds. Some trees are thousands of years old. We will be happy to guide your bush walk, adjacent to the Balguerie Stream as it tumbles over its rocky bed. Feed our tame eels and marvel at the song and antics of the many unique species of NZ birds. Or just lie in the sun and enjoy the peace and privacy of our beautiful garden. Interaction with GuestsJohn and Lesley live in the main house at Blythcliffe, it is their private home but they love meeting people! They'll be very happy to talk about their home and the surrounding stunning Banks Peninsular. They're also very well traveled around NZ, and can offer some handy local travel knowledge should you need it. The Stables is a completely self contained space, so you are completely able to enjoy your privacy. The NeighborhoodBlythcliffe is located within the charming and historic French settlement village of Akaroa, an easy 5 minute stroll to cafes, restaurants and the many other attractions Akaroa has to offer. You will be centrally located for trips further afield on Canterbury’s stunning Banks Peninsular. Getting AroundGetting around the village is very easy on foot, there is also a free village shuttle bus service during business hours in the summer months. Christchurch airport is a wee drive away, you should allow an easy two hours to enjoy the scenery. There is plenty of free parking at Blythcliffe for your rental car should you choose this option to explore the many exquisite little bays and beaches on the peninsular. There are also return shuttle services from Christchurch city or the airport, just search Akaroa Shuttle to discover your options. Other Things to NoteBlythcliffe is thought to have been designed and built by Samuel Charles Farr c1857 on a five-acre block for Augustus White, a prominent early Canterbury businessman who represented Akaroa on the Provincial Council. Farr is thought to have been influenced by Australian architect John Verge, who designed many important houses in the Palladian Regency style in Sydney in the second quarter of the nineteenth century. This style had been developed in England by Sir John Soane and John Nash. Verge designed The Treaty House at Waitangi in New Zealand. This gracious home is therefore regarded as a special and outstanding example of a particular architectural style that is usually only found in New South Wales and England. It is the only registered example in New Zealand of a pure Palladian rendition of the Regency style in terms of the large house genre, i.e., where the style has not been influenced by Colonial Georgian cottage elements.
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The SpaceThis gorgeously renovated 1970s cottage sits above the Akaroa Harbour with spectacular views across the harbour and the charming Akaroa village. Simply and spaciously laid out, the open plan design features a beautiful modern kitchen area, bathroom, living room and double bedroom on the ground floor, with a second bedroom on a mezzanine level above, hidden behind swathes of linen. Two sets of French doors open onto a delightful wooden deck with steps leading down to the lawn which overlooks a small, steep, riotously planted orchard garden thick with cranberries, lavender, fruit trees, grapes and wildflowers. The owner’s own kitchen garden is to the side of the house and is always bursting with whatever is in season. The two bedrooms have all the details necessary for a good sleep – one queen bed downstairs and one king bed on the mezzanine level, both with reading lights, luxurious feather down underlays and beautiful linen. The living space includes comfortable furniture and dining table and a heat pump for cooler days. The bathroom has underfloor heating, heated mirror and towel rail, toilet and handbasin and a walk-in shower. There is Sky, Wireless broadband, a DVD player, and piles of videos, reading material and games. The cottage is an easy 10 minute walk to the historic Akaroa village where there are restaurants, cafes and a variety of shops. Wander down the wharf to buy fresh fish, peruse the gift shops, cafes and restaurants, or book a trip on one of the many excursions on the harbour. Guest AccessParking at the cottage for 2 cars Interaction with GuestsWe respect the privacy of our guests who are left to enjoy the peace and quiet and beautiful birdsong. I am only a phone call away. The NeighborhoodA quiet and safe neighbourhood in the historic village of Akaroa. The cottage is a 10 minute walk away from the village where there are many restaurants and bars. Other Things to NoteThe cottage is only available for minimum of 2 nights
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The SpaceThe bedroom, bathroom and sitting room are situated upstairs. There is a fridge and tea/coffee making facilities. Free wifi. No breakfast is served. For reviews and more information - please visit (URL HIDDEN) Guest AccessGuests are completely privately upstairs with their own bedroom, bathroom and breakfast/sitting room. The NeighborhoodAkaroa is a beautiful harbour that I describe as the 'jewel in the crown' of the Banks Peninsula. Waterfront cafes and restaurants, dolphins, penguins, all contribute to very unique and breathtaking scenery.
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Excellent
19 reviews
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The SpaceLuxury peaceful B&B just a 20 minute drive to the Akaroa village. You will look out over an expanse of lawn and garden to the harbour with our own natural wind vane which you will quickly recognise as yachts moored in the bay below. Guest AccessLuxurious super king bed that can also be made into singles with cosy topper pad underlays and electric blankets. You have your own ensuite with shower, toilet, heated towel rail and underfloor heating with bathroom essentials and hair dryer. Your own entrance allows you to come and go as you wish. Tea and coffee making facilities in your room and a wall mounted Sky TV. Interaction with GuestsWe like to greet and meet you on arrival and after that guests may choose to enjoy their own quiet space or alternatively we are happy to spend time with you and help with any queries you have and also provide you with information on local attractions and eateries available. The NeighborhoodWe are 77km (1hr 11min) from Christchurch airport. This is a peaceful place to unwind. Take a morning or evening walk down the long drive through the bush and listen to the birdsong or a little further to the beach or just enjoy the solitude of the picturesque garden surrounds filled with native plantings and lemon trees or watch the cows grazing in the paddocks nearby. French Farm Bay has plenty to offer with wine tasting at the Valley Road Vineyard and The Garden at French Farm with its lovely little shop called the Potting Shed where you can find plenty of treasures to take home. Both of these places are a half hour walk from here. In the opposite direction and another half hour hill walk is the Shamarra Alpaca farm where you can join a tour or visit their shop with its irresistible high quality alpaca fleece products. You may like to visit Wainui only 8 minutes drive away and swim in the ocean or visit the French settlement of Akaroa 20 minutes drive (15km) with it's cafes & restaurants and many activities, then return to the tranquillity of French Farm. If you are a keen golfer there is a golf course at Duvauchelle a 9minute drive (5.8km). You will also find the Duvauchelle Hotel nearby where you can enjoy a meal or the Hilltop Cafe and Bar which is a 12minute drive from here (8.8km) and offers a very tasty menu with stunning views down into the harbour. Getting AroundDue to the rural setting you will need your own car. Parking on site. Other Things to NoteYou have a choice of Continental or a cooked breakfast using local produce where possible.
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Excellent
24 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceMumfords Located just 2 kms from Akaroa Village, Mumfords is a luxury, secluded, self contained, waterfront property and is set in 20 hectares of gardens, trees and native bush, all for your exclusive enjoyment. With uninterrupted views of the harbour and hills of Banks Peninsula, this is the perfect retreat from your everyday life. Please view our website for a video. (URL HIDDEN) Besides seclusion we offer all comforts and treats including: Skye Flat screened TV DVD player Broadband Internet Computer & Printer Large BBQ Log burner Breakfast and picnic hampers are optional extras Come as EARLY as you like on the day of arrival and leave as LATE as you like on the day you depart. BIKES AVAILABLE Mumfords accommodation is also totally wheel chair friendly. RATES Rates vary between $260 to $295 depending on the time of year. Please contact us for further details and for any specials we might have.
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The SpacePeaceful and Private. A treat in Akaroa. " Hi Alison Just wanted to say my wife and I have had an AMAZING stay in Akaroa and central to that has been the wonderful apartment. Just what we were after, a little piece of luxury! We're already talking about having to come back some time in the future! " Thank you so much M, January 2015 Only two adult guests maximum please. Fabulous sun and views - we also have Akaroa House for larger numbers (up to ten guests) Please enquire : ) Guest AccessThe full apartment. Parking on the wide street outside. Interaction with GuestsThe apartment is totally private and self-contained. The NeighborhoodPeaceful area with easy walk to all of Akaroa for outtings or cafes. Great sun and views. Getting AroundOnce in Akaroa, walking is the easiest. From one end of town to the other it is a 20 minute stroll. Getting to Akaroa: an hour and a half from Christchurch, renting a car is easy, or there are two shuttle buses operating daily. Other Things to NotePlease send a request for your requirements and I'll get back to you promptly
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Excellent
36 reviews
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The SpaceNestled in the tranquil surrounds of the Old Lavender Farm in Takamatua Valley. Escape the rush of city life and come and relax amongst the gentle smells of fresh Lavender. The Old Lavender Farm is a peaceful rural location set in 1.6 hectares of lavender, olives and fruit trees. Wander amongst the fragrant lavender taking in the scenery and ambience of this magical spot. Awake to the call of the Bellbird and Tui in the morning. Sunny, attractive and with necessary modernisation, the studio opens onto a large north facing, private deck on which to relax and soak up the sun and enjoy a quiet evening drink. The studio is totally detached and private from the main residence. There is a separate queen bedroom and shower room with the second queen bed in the spacious living area. The kitchenette also opens onto the main room and is well equipped. A gas BBQ on the deck provides additional cooking facilities. The studio is all on the lower floor with no accommodation on or access to the upper floor. On site is a working Traditional Oak smokehouse for the locally farmed Salmon. If you happen to be visiting on the production / smoking days you are welcome to watch the process and learn a little about our Artisan product. There will be a sample in your fridge to taste during your stay. (URL HIDDEN) Guest AccessKitchenette with fridge microwave, toaster and tea and coffee facilities. We supply breakfast cereals, milk, fresh whole grain bread, fresh free range eggs and various condiments as well as fresh seasonal fruit for your enjoyment. Outdoor bath, bathe under the beautiful night sky... or shower in bathroom Queen sized beds, all linen and towels provided Private deck with sun loungers, 2x tables with chairs and an umbrella and a gas BBQ Washing machine, iron and ironing board available on request - please ask Ample parking to include boat parking - all off street Wifi Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as they please. The NeighborhoodTakamatua is a peaceful bay in Akaroa harbour, 5 minutes drive from the kiwi-french town of Akaroa. Enjoy a stroll down to the beach and sea in Takamatua or venture into the quaint village of Akaroa to enjoy restaurants and bars or one of the many harbour and nature tours on offer. There are boat ramps at Akaroa and Takamatua. Getting AroundBy car or foot are the best options. There are limited taxi services from Akaroa. Other Things to NoteThe rate is $190, plus an additional $50 per night for the second double bed. We also will charge for extra children using an extra supplied bed. $25.00.
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The Space"My home is your home" during your stay so WELCOME..... THE GUEST ROOM: A large sunny room with wonderful valley views and private access via french door onto deck. Accommodates 4. 2 Beds Queen Bed with pure wool underlay, electric blanket, quality bed linen. Day Bed/Divan offers additional sleeping option & can be converted into a small double bed most suitable for young children This bed is a a nice big size for a single adult but I think perhaps a little small for 2 adults! Fresh air dried bed linen & towels Electric blanket & pure wool underlay Tea/coffee facilities & home baking Garden flowers Brochures & Local restaurant guides Unlimited fast wifi! A lovely space to share for friends or a young family. Please do ask if you require an additional room. At an extra cost I occasionally give guests my own personal room, with queen bed, great views & beautiful linen & artfully decorated. I am happy to offer this room to accommodate 2 separate couples! Please inquire first if you think you may like the extra space. There is a shared bathroom in the house (sorry no ensuite)... But I am saving towards one! Total privacy & respect is given to guests & there are locks on both the bathroom & toilet doors! The toilet is in a separate room next to bathroom. My artworks are on display in this relaxing room, as well as gift cards featuring photographs of original canvases and portraits of the garden. .... Hand painted silks are festooned down the hallway towards the guests room. ....All artworks etc are avaliable for purchase upon request....a nice gift or momento to take home! ....Garden fresh flowers are featured in not only the guest room but throughout the home.... Yes this IS how I actually live! I love nature. Food & Refreshments: .... A substantial continental breakfast is included in your stay. .... Treat yourself to "Devonshire Tea" (tea/coffee with served with freshly baked scones, jam & whipped cream) by prior arrangement between 3-4.30pm $10per person. I am sure you will enjoy your stay in this relaxing environment. .... Remember to "stop and smell the roses"..... Private access to guest room via french door onto deck. Guest AccessThe kitchen and living area is all open-plan The house is elevated and has fabulous views. There is a large deck surrounding the house with seating options and access to wander down through the extensive cottage garden, at your leisure. There is further seating on the lower deck. In the spring/summer it is full of old fashioned David Austin roses and is treat to the sences. ENJOY Interaction with GuestsI enjoy meeting travellers and people in general so to the best of my ability I will be here for you. I am happy to share my knowledge of the area with you, make suggestions of restaurants and help with any bookings Please do not hesitate to ask for my help. The NeighborhoodAkaroa is a beautiful & popular tourist town with French street names. It has many excellent cafes, resturants and lovely little shops. You will certainly be able to find a special gift or two here to take home. The harbour is breathtakingly beautiful and it is an easy stroll around the waterfront from one end of town to the other. There are many tourist attractions, including harbour cruises, swimming with the rare hector dolphins, kayaking, paddle boats, jet sking, para-gliding and bicycle hire. So much to do in Akaroa itself. ... In Okains Bay there is a Maori museum which is fasinating and a wonderful beach to explore with a lagoon at one end and caves at the other. ...Hickory Bay is a great surfing beach and their are also tours available to see the little blue penguins nesting. My neighbourhood is just AMAZING there is so much beauty to see and so much to do. .... A one day stay with me is surely not enough time to take in all that is to offer in this little slice of paradise! Getting AroundUnfortunately there is no public transport available in or around the area. ...Akaroa is a small villiage and is easily walked from one end of town to the other in less than 20 minutes. ...The rural postal bus offers daily scenic tours which take you over to the eastern bays and offer amazing views from the summit road looking out to the Kaikoura mountains on a good day. This is a very worthwhile and interesting trip. Other Things to NoteIf you have an appreciation of beauty you will love your stay with me. I love the finer details in life and bring this into my every day living. .... Breakfast is just not breakfast! .... On a sunny morning I lay a beautiful table for you on the deck overlooking the garden, with lovely cloths, fine bone china, crystal etc. ..... You get fresh fruit juice, homemade museli, yogurt, fresh fruit, crossiants or homemade bread (depending on the day) real coffee and or tea.
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Excellent
60 reviews
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The SpaceThe studio is a private suite with a queen bed, table and chairs, ensuite bathroom, kitchenette with microwave, fridge, toaster and jug, WiFi, SkyTV including sport channels, stereo, DVDs, CDs, books and magazines. Very quiet and warm. Guest AccessAccess is by its own entrance door adjacent to where you park your car. Guests have their own key and can come and go as they please. Interaction with GuestsThere is also internal access to the rest of our house. We encourage guests to use our living room - enjoy our log fire - and deck as much as they like. A continental breakfast hamper (optional) can be provided for you to eat in your room, at our dining table or on the deck. If a breakfast hamper is required there is an additional charge of $15/person/night payable on arrival. The NeighborhoodLook for us (akaroacoastalretreat) on Instagram for photos showing the amazing scenery you can expect to see when visiting Akaroa and Banks Peninsula. Akaroa is a small seaside settlement, 80 kilometres by road from Christchurch. The Maori name translates as 'long bay' and refers to the harbour, in the crater of an extinct volcano that has been flooded by the sea. The town itself is truly a coastal retreat, at the end of the only road linking it to the city. You will not find it by accident, passing through on your way to somewhere else. You must decide to come to Akaroa and when you arrive... the rest of the world will seem a million miles away. Getting AroundAkaroa is a 90-minute drive from central Christchurch or the international airport. There is a daily shuttle bus service between Christchurch and Akaroa. We are a 5-minute drive or 30-minute walk along a quiet scenic road from Akaroa. Other Things to NoteFollow us (akaroacoastalretreat) on Instagram for photos and suggestions of places to go and things to do while staying with us in Akaroa. We also run HARBOURSAIL, offering personalised cruises and/or sailing coaching on the harbour in a modern 10.2-metre FARR MRX yacht - please enquire. Akaroa Harbour is famous as the summer playground of Hector's dolphins, the worlds smallest and rarest species. The Akaroa Coastal Studio is close to the start of the Banks Peninsula track and handy to other walks, restaurants, cafes, boutique shopping, museum, wineries and a variety of outdoor activities including scenic harbour cruises, swimming with dolphins, kayaking, golf, horse riding, tennis, bowls, sailing, fishing, and cycling.
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The SpaceAn Historic house originally the old Stables of Akaroa situated in a quiet location on a no exit street in a lovely private setting on a hill with sea & harbour views, 1 minute walk to the main Akaroa township. Flat lawn and garden to relax under the umbrella and look at the sea and hear the many birds, breath in the fresh air... Situated on Banks Peninsula only 1 hour from Christchurch. A French colonial settlement with craft stores, waterfront activities, Hector's dolphin the world’s smallest and rarest go and see. Great restaurants and galleries and a little Italian clothes shop Silk Italia and so much to do and see. Walking distance to anywhere. We also have a single room... look for it here on AirBnB and book also if you require an additional room for another person... see you in Akaroa!! :) Guest AccessAccess limited to downstairs area, upstairs is private. Plenty of parking. Private bathroom. Tea and coffee facilities. Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as guests are comfortable with. Host is present during stay. The NeighborhoodTranquil setting with harbour views. Quiet, cul-de-sac within 1 minute walking from Akaroa centre. Getting AroundWalking or driving is your best option. There are limited taxi services.
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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The SpaceThe Rose Room is a wonderful airy, sunny bedroom in the main house at Blythcliffe that very comfortably accommodates two. There is a private bathroom right next to the room, both rooms are accessed from the main upstairs hallway via stairs on the second floor. Our second space at Blythcliffe (see separate listing) is The Stables, a self contained studio style apartment. You will have access to the second floor balcony via French Doors in your room, the balcony is the perfect spot for a sunny breakfast or evening drink, shared with Kereru, Bell Birds and Wax Eyes, the bird song and skydiving of the Kereru are amazing! Oh, and did I mention the sun:) Your rate includes a delicious, self served continental breakfast and WiFi. Cooked breakfast (with eggs from our own free range chickens and NZ free range bacon) is available upon request at an extra charge of NZ$22.00 pp. Blythcliffe is listed as an Historic Place Category 1 with Heritage New Zealand, Pouhere Taonga, and is one of Akaroa's oldest and most loved houses. It sits within the Historic Area of the French settlement village, also registered with Heritage New Zealand; and lies along the waterfront of Akaroa Harbour on Canterbury’s spectacular Banks Peninsular. The house was built in 1857 in the Colonial Regency or Palladian Style of the period, and is thought to have been designed and built by Samuel Charles Farr c.1857 on a five-acre block for Augustus White, a prominent early Canterbury businessman who represented Akaroa on the Provincial Council. Farr is thought to have been influenced by Australian architect John Verge, who designed many important houses in the Palladian Regency style in Sydney in the second quarter of the nineteenth century. This style had been developed in England by Sir John Soane and John Nash. Verge also designed The Treaty House at Waitangi in New Zealand. This gracious home is therefore regarded as a special and outstanding example of a particular architectural style that is usually only found in New South Wales and England. It is the only registered example in New Zealand of a pure Palladian rendition of the Regency style in terms of the large house genre, i.e., where the style has not been influenced by Colonial Victorian cottage elements. Guest AccessYou will have full access to our beautiful grounds, including our croquet lawn, petanque terrace and the Blythcliffe private forest, protected by a conservation order for many years and therefore containing many spectacular examples of native trees, plants and birds. Some trees are hundreds of years old. We will be happy to guide your bush walk, adjacent to the Balguerie Stream as it tumbles over its rocky bed. Feed our tame eels and marvel at the song and antics of the many unique species of NZ birds. Or just lie in the sun and enjoy the peace and privacy of our beautiful garden. Interaction with GuestsJohn and Lesley live in the main house at Blythcliffe, it is their private home but they love meeting people! They'll be very happy to talk about their home and the surrounding stunning Banks Peninsular. They're also very well traveled around NZ, and can offer some handy local travel knowledge should you need it. The NeighborhoodBlythcliffe is located within the charming and historic French settlement village of Akaroa, an easy 5 minute stroll to excellent cafes, restaurants and the many other attractions Akaroa has to offer. You will be centrally located for trips further afield on Canterbury’s stunning Banks Peninsular. Getting AroundGetting around the village is very easy on foot, or you can hire a bike and explore the surrounding areas. Christchurch airport is a wee drive away, you should allow an easy two hours to enjoy the scenery. There is plenty of free parking at Blythcliffe for your rental car should you choose this option to explore the many exquisite little bays and beaches on the peninsular. There are also return shuttle services from Christchurch city or the airport, just search Akaroa Shuttle to discover your options.
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The SpaceThis is an restored cottage in a field next to a beautiful stream. It is 2 minutes from Akaroa town and 80 minutes from Christchurch. There is an open fire in the living room. Games, books, music but no TV . WiFi is available at the main house. Outside there is a wood-fired bath. Guest AccessAccess walks from the farm to the mountain or just walk into town. You have a BBQ, peace and privacy. Sometimes there are sheep in the field next to the cottage. Interaction with GuestsGuests are welcome to come and see us or just be left to themselves. The NeighborhoodThe best thing here is the bird life, scenery, stream and gardens. Getting AroundThere is no public transport but you can get to Akaroa by bus. It is highly recommended that you have your own transport so you can visit some of the bays and walks.
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    Treat yourself to Akaroa House - luxury private holiday rental in gorgeous Akaroa - the jewel of New Zealand's South Island. Akaroa is just over an hour from Christchurch International Airport - serviced by two shuttles daily. Best enjoyed as a self-drive holiday - an ideal location to base yourself to enjoy Akaroa and the surrounding bays and hills. “Hi Alison, - We have just returned from our fabulous weekend in Akaroa and at your gorgeous place Akaroa House. We have fallen in love with both! You've done a great job with the house. The house had the perfect combination of elegance and grandeur while still remaining comfortable and welcoming. The grounds are beautiful and a perfect location to relax with friends. The extra touches like the welcome basket and card really topped everything off. A perfect place to celebrate my 40th birthday. Thanks again for everything. Terry, Australia PS. We all wished we had taken you up on your suggestion of staying longer! When we do come back to Akaroa, we will definitely stay at your place. Only two steps into the property - so may be wheelchair suitable. Has a fully tiled wide shower, two bedrooms and all living on ground floor Please enquire for a quote specific to your needs. These rates are for accommodation. The maximum number at the accommodation for any purpose at any time is eleven. Minimum seven nights over Christmas or New Year Akaroa is a gorgeous historic village nestled in a peaceful harbour. Akaroa House - a fully restored heritage house offers five bedrooms & four bathrooms for private use. Enjoy with family and friends for a relaxing holiday or share a special occasion.Two of the twi Two of the twin bedrooms upstairs can be converted to "king rooms" so can be a total of four king rooms.
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    The SpaceThis bright, spacious accommodation is modern, but unassuming. Blending perfectly into the natural landscape, but with all the mod cons you could desire, your accommodation is downstairs… separate to the owners, with its own external access and patio. As a single or couple, you will have a plush bedroom, with a king-sized bed, bathroom, living room and kitchenette. Each morning you will awake to freshly brewed coffee and home baked bread with a deluxe continental breakfast. A cooked English breakfast is an optional extra. Guest AccessYou have the use of the ground floor of our home to yourselves and are welcome to wander around our spacious property, enjoy the sun on the terrace, the shade under our abundant native trees or take a short walk down the hill to the beach. Interaction with GuestsYour hosts will welcome you when you arrive and will be available to provide support or ensure your privacy as you prefer. The NeighborhoodWhether lounging on the sun-soaked deck with a coffee or a glass of wine or watching the fantails duck and dart right in around you – relaxation at 38 Kingfisher is non-negotiable. If you like walking, options abound. At low tide, wander right around the shoreline to the mudflats… or out onto the jetty – where you might like to cast a fishing line. Or, for more of those spectacular views, head uphill on farm trails that until now have been a well-kept local secret. The fit and adventurous might like to head right down to Akaroa. Beware though, you may encounter strange creatures along the way. In Akaroa township, soak up the joie de vivre in this French-colonised settlement with its wide range of chic, waterfront bars and restaurants, boutique shops and adventure activities. Here… is your chance to swim with the dolphins! Getting AroundThere is a daily bus service from Christchurch to Akaroa and return. Other Things to NoteWe recommend that you spend at least two nights in the area as there is a lot to see and do.
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      This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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      Excellent
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        Akaroa Apartment - upstairs modern Queen bedroom fully self contained apartment. With a full bathroom – fully tiled shower – and bath with views. Architecturally designed to blend well in the historic precinct. Separate bedroom, and open plan kitchen dining, living, and laundry facilities. It is offered as a self-catering option with private entrance, fabulous sun and views over the village and sea – private and peaceful. A great location in the village with fabulous sun and views. An easy stroll to the start of the shops, restaurants, and opposite the Garden of Tane. Akaroa Apartment - fully self contained. Treat yourself to a little luxury Some recent feedback............ Hi Alison Just wanted to say my wife and I have had an AMAZING stay in Akaroa and central to that has been the wonderful apartment. Just what we were after, a An easy 5 minute stroll to the shops, restaurants and main wharf. Akaroa has a fabulous selection of eateri
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        Good
        10 reviews
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        Guest AccessYou rent out the whole house. It all yours! Total privacy! Interaction with GuestsI live and work close by so I am available and happy to assist with anything you may need. The NeighborhoodThis property is in the very heart of the village so you have everything at your finger tips. Harbour cruises, swimming with the dolphins, Akaroa cooking school, fishing, sailing, hiking, bush walks, beaches, restaurants and wine bars, shopping, supermarket, petrol station, BNZ bank & butchery.....All within easy walking distance. Getting AroundAkaroa is 1 1/2 hours drive from Christchurch central city and airport. A rental car from the airport is the best option, which means once you arrive in Akaroa, you are able to explore the greater area of Banks Peninsula. Pretty much everything in the village is within easy walking distance, you can rent bicycles in the village, and there is a bus that goes between Christchurch & Akaroa once or twice daily, depending on the season. Other Things to NoteThe cottage is designed for one couple. The bedding configuration is a queen bed only. $200 per night May - November $250 per night Dec, Jan, Feb, March & April Discount considered for longer stays. Minimum 2 night stay. FREE WIFI
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        The SpaceThe house itself is set on over quarter of an acre of wild garden. All the main living is on the ground floor with double bedroom off the lounge while the cosy upstairs area boasts two comfortable single beds. There is a shower-over-bath next to the laundry equipped with washing machine and large tub. The kitchen is open to the dining and living rooms with an open plan feel leading to space with table and chairs outside. There is a stunning verandah around the main bedroom which gets all the delightful morning sun for breakfast out the front and afternoon sun on the day bed round the side. Available, should it be required is also a wood burning fire. Guest AccessThe entire house and grounds are available, with the exception of a small room off to the side which was originally a small store attached to the house which is used for storage and is not accessible to guests. Interaction with GuestsI am based just over an hours drive from the house but I am usually always available and should be able to meet almost all guests on their arrival to meet, give keys and explain a little about the area. The NeighborhoodThe quaint town of Akaroa is a French settlement with street names, stores and eateries named accordingly. There is a small jetty at the end of the street and a beach a few more minutes away. You are best to bring most things with you from the city but there is a store for essentials and any forgotten goodies! The village green is a lovely space. The markets on the weekend are also highly recommended. Getting AroundJust off the main street, the whole town is within walking distance including the cafes, bars and restaurants, also stores, wharf and the beach. There is plenty of on-street parking and the neighbourhood is extremely safe.
        Bed & Breakfast
        Excellent
        8 reviews
        2br Bed & Breakfast
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        The SpaceThis bright, spacious accommodation is modern, but unassuming. Blending perfectly into the natural landscape, but with all the mod cons you could desire, your accommodation is downstairs… separate to the owners, with its own external access and patio. Whether you are a couple, a family or two couples the entire downstairs area – with two bedrooms, sunny living area and floor-to-ceiling windows is yours. Each morning you will awake to freshly brewed coffee and home baked bread with a deluxe continental breakfast. A cooked English breakfast is an optional extra. Guest AccessYou have the use of the ground floor of our home to yourselves and are welcome to wander around our spacious property, enjoy the sun on the terrace, the shade under our abundant native trees or take a short walk down the hill to the beach. Interaction with GuestsYour hosts will welcome you when you arrive and will be available to provide support or ensure your privacy as you prefer. The NeighborhoodWhether lounging on the sun-soaked deck with a coffee or glass of wine or watching the fantails duck and dart right in around you – relaxation at 38 Kingfisher is non-negotiable. If you like walking, options abound. At low tide, wander right around the shoreline to the mudflats… or out onto the jetty – where you might like to cast a fishing line. Or, for more of those spectacular views, head uphill on farm trails that until now have been a well-kept local secret. The fit and adventurous might like to head right down to Akaroa. Beware though, you may encounter strange creatures along the way. In Akaroa township, soak up the joie de vivre in this French-colonised settlement with its wide range of chic, waterfront bars and restaurants, boutique shops and adventure activities. Here… is your chance to swim with the dolphins! Getting AroundThere is a daily bus service from Christchurch to Akaroa and return. Other Things to NoteWe recommend that you spend at least two nights in the area as there is a lot to see and do.
        Home/Apartment
        Excellent
        9 reviews
        2br Home/Apartment
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        The SpaceAkaroa Waterfront Apartment has two spacious bedrooms with queen beds, a full kitchen and a comfortable sunny lounge with lovely decor, great artwork and french doors leading to the balcony overlooking the harbour. The Akaroa Waterfront Apartment is situated above some shops on the main street of Akaroa overlooking cafes, restaurants and the sea. Only minutes walk to the local cinema, great food and shops, this apartment has character, comfort, style and convenience. Bed Configuration: Bedroom 1 - queen bed, Bedroom 2 - queen bed. Please note: Rates are based on 2 guests using one bed. An additional charge of $25.00 per person, per night applies for use of the second bedroom and for each guest up to 4. Minimum stays: 4 nights between Christmas and New Years, 3 nights holiday weekends and 2 nights at all other times. A $100 linen/clean fee applies to each stay.
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        The SpaceThere are three rooms - bedroom with double bed, sitting room which includes a fridge and tea/coffee making facilities and own bathroom. Free wifi. No breakfast is served. Interaction with GuestsThere is someone always on the premises to assist guests. The NeighborhoodAkaroa is a beautiful harbour that I describe as the 'jewel in the crown' of the Banks Peninsula. Waterfront cafes and restaurants, dolphins, penguins, all contribute to very unique and breathtaking scenery. Beach, shops and cafes within a couple of minutes walk from Villa Vangioni.
        Home/Apartment
        Excellent
        4 reviews
        4br Home/Apartment
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        This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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        An Historic house originally the old Stables of Akaroa situated in a quiet location on a no exit street in a lovely private setting on a hill with sea & harbour views, 1 minute walk to the main Akaroa township. Flat lawn and garden to relax under the
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        2br Home/Apartment
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        The SpaceKia Ora, and Welcome to our site. In the centre of historic Akaroa village, this self contained apartment is within easy walking distance to local amenities, bars restaurants, shops and tour providers. One minute to cooking school and main wharf. Guest AccessYou have full use of the whole apartment which is private and quiet and very comfortable (see our feedback) Interaction with GuestsAlthough I live some distance, I am most happy to provide assistance, information by telephone. Ph (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN), or (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). I am a member of the local Lions Club. We meet on the second Tuesday of the month at 6.00pm for a dinner meeting if any Lions are in town at that time. The NeighborhoodCheck out Akaroa on (URL HIDDEN) it's an excellent website with most attractions etc featured. The information centre is in the area past the beach, on the left side going out diagonally opposite the BNZ Bank cnr Rue Balguerie and Rue Lavaud. There is a convenience store at the Akaroa Village Inn Reception at the front of the complex on the street. Here you can also get a free WiFi coupon. Getting AroundThe apartment is short walking distance to all amenities, a bar, a number of restaurants, shops, tours, the main wharf and shops. All within a minute or two. The is an ATM on the corner of Rue Balguerie and Rue Lavaud at BNZ Bank past the beach leaving the village. A superette, two hotels, souvenir shops and craft shops along with some more restaurants are located here as well Other Things to NoteAkaroa provides a unique range of attractions, including its French history, volcanic origins, and nature, with many excellent walks nearby, and regular cruises to introduce you to the local wildlife, including seals, penguins and the endangered Hector's dolphin. You may even see a family of native Sacred Kingfishers (or as Maori call them Kotare (coat-are-de) in the large palms outside the apartment.
        Bed & Breakfast
        Excellent
        11 reviews
        1br Bed & Breakfast
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        The SpaceComfortable self-contained unit, featuring a well appointed kitchenette, ensuite bathroom,queen sized bed, sofa and sitting area. Enjoy the outdoor setting of 2 balconies, one overlooking the magnificent park-like view of the Potters Croft garden and distant view of Akaroa Harbour. The other overlooks the Grehan Stream, hillside and native bush. Guest AccessThe room at Potters Croft has all day sun, a perfect retreat, and the 2 acre garden is yours to enjoy at your leisure. Guests have enjoyed picnicking in the garden with a bottle of wine and a book. Below is your own private grassed courtyard, landscaped with native grasses and flaxes. Interaction with GuestsWe provide a simple Continental breakfast, consisting of home-made muesli, natural yoghurt and fruit, toast, butter and spreads, tea, coffee and milk all stocked in your room. The NeighborhoodAkaroa is 75 kilometres from the city of Christchurch, New Zealand. It is a historic French and British settlement nestled in the heart of an ancient volcano. Explore the village with its colonial architecture, galleries, craft stores, and cafés. Relax or enjoy the harbour on one of the many cruises to see the unique Hectors Dolphin. Getting AroundPotters Croft is 400m from the main street of Akaroa. Easy walking distance to restaurants, bars & cafes. There are a variety of walks within the village and beyond. Other Things to NoteROOM FEATURES: Fridge Microwave and electric frypan Toaster and tea and coffee making facilities Queen bed Sky Tv & Free wi-fi I Pod dock En-suite bathroom Free parking
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        Located in Akaroa, Chateau Mont Clair is in a rural location and convenient to Linton and Akaroa Museum. This 4-star bed & breakfast is within close proximity of Artisans Gallery and Akaroa Wharf. Make yourself at home in one of the 2 guestrooms featuring refrigerators and flat-screen televisions. Have private patios. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Take in the views from a terrace and a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access. Getting to nearby attractions is a breeze with the complimentary area shuttle that operates within 3.00 km. Mingle with other guests at a complimentary reception, held daily. A complimentary full breakfast is served daily. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available on request), and free self parking is available onsite.