The SpaceEstablished as a B&B in 2014, set on 2 acres of land surrounded by fruit and nut trees, fish ponds, paddock, lots of bird life, very private.
WHERE ARE WE?
577 State Highway 1 Mob: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Levin 557(URL HIDDEN) Email: (EMAIL HIDDEN)
Web: (URL HIDDEN) Guest AccessGuests will have direct access from their rooms into a large covered conservatory complete with swimming pool and a great area to either socialise or find some peace and quiet. Swing seat that converts into a bed for anyone wanting to really relax! Bathroom and toilet are adjacent to the bedrooms. A TV is in each bedroom with Freeview, or Sky in the main family lounge. There are also areas for Pets should any guest wish to bring their special 'family' along. Interaction with GuestsHosts Alan and Linda are very sociable people happy to be involved, offering suggestions for the area or anything you might like to be involved in. They also understand that you might just like to be left alone to do your own thing. The NeighborhoodLevin is very close to many amenities with several beaches from 5 to 15 minutes away, also lakes and rivers, walks, a good sized shopping centre incorporating the large retail stores Farmers and The Warehouse, 3 supermarkets, a variety of fuel service stations, a mix of food outlets including McDonalds, Pizza Hutt, KFC, cafes, restaurants, etc. For the Rose buff there's a lovely Rose Garden in the grounds of the old Historic Courthouse which now houses miniature trains racing around their tracks. Also in the town centre there's a good sized Aquatic Centre, a large library/community centre, Te Takere, is worth a visit and includes the AA, I-site, cafe, and free Wi-fi. Just south of the town there are also boutique wineries to tempt wine buffs. And of course golf courses to tee off on. Close by on SH57 is Shannon with its unique small shopping experience, historical railway, Owlcatraz (a hoot of an experience!), water rafting, etc. Keep going and you'll come to Tokomaru with its own Steam Engine museum, a must for any train buff. There's also Foxton a 15 minute drive north on SH1 with its outside display of large murals, its famous Dutch Windmill and museum, internationally acclaimed wetlands/estuary, arts and crafts, a great beach and many other aspects to this small town. The Horowhenua has lots to offer visitors with a very friendly welcome. Getting AroundThere are trains to Palmerston North and Wellington but these are infrequent, with most people wishing to use public transport to Wellington doing so from Waikanae a town half an hours drive south. There are plenty of taxis available in Levin. Coaches also stop in Levin on their way north and south.