Built 2006 - 3 bedroom monopitch home - sleeps max of 8. North facing for maximum sun, views of the Pisa Range.
Located in Cromwell, just a few minutes walk to sheltered bay on Lake Dunstan. 30min from Wanaka, 40min from Queenstown. Great location for skifields, watersports, fishing, biking, vineyards, Warbirds over Wanaka, Highlands Motor Sport Park and the many other things Central Otago has to offer.
Consists of master bedroom: Queen bed, single bed and ensuite (3 people). Second bedroom: single bunk set and a single bed (3 people). Third bedroom: bunks double at the bottom single on top plus a single bed (4 people). Bathroom with shower/bath, laundry in garage.
Fully furnished, heatpump/cooling, well equipped kitchen, LCD TV, Freeview, free Wifi too.
Pet friendly by arrangement.
Sunny patio with outdoor furniture and BBQ.
Plenty of off street parking for Cars, Boats, Motorcycles, trailers - down wide access leg in drive. The home is hidden from the street view.
Fee is inclusive of linen, towels and cleaning.
Daily newspaper (ODT) for forward bookings.
Please check Special Offers for last minute deals!
20% on acceptance, the remainder due Four weeks before arrival please. Cash, or Online Banking.
+4 weeks ahead of arrival, loss of deposit.
4-3 weeks ahead of Arrival, 40% loss of fee.
3-2 weeks ahead of arrival, 60% loss of fee.
2-1 week ahead of arrival, 80% loss of fee.
Non arrival, 100% loss of fee.
Sports gear for your use...
Moutain Bikes with helmets
Kayaks with paddles & life jackets
Tennis, Badminton rackets & balls
Golf set with trundler.
Kids fishing rods, hooks, licence required.
Wide access cul-d-sac in quiet street, plenty of parking on section. Just a few minutes walk to the lake, with sheltered bays, walk and cycleways.
Bring your PC/Tablet, we will enter the wifi password. Good Telecom, Vodafone, 2' signals.
Owners live next door if you have any problems.
Cromwell is located in the valley of the Upper Clutha, deep in the heart of the dry interior of Central Otago... in a landscape of bare brown hills, of tussock and briar, of purple thyme and tors of schist, of broad basins and fertile valleys, of Lake Dunstan's pristine waters and of gorges carved by two great rivers... a landscape first trodden by the Maori hunter and trader, opened to European settlement by the sheepmen, exploited and transformed by the gold seekers and later by the dam builders... and now home to the merino and deer farmer, to orchards and vineyards, to artists and artisans and to those, tempted by the landscape and history, climate and location and the myriad of pursuits offered on land and water, to visit this 'timeless land'.