Bach251 is the quintessential Kiwi Bach (Holiday home). Absolute beachfront, only 15 metres to the beach. Amazing views across the ocean to Kapiti Island and the South Island.
Bach251 enjoys all day sun, bifold doors open out on to front deck with french doors opening on to sheltered suntrap off the kitchen.
Bach251 is ideal for couples or a family wanting a holiday or escape by the beach. Below the bach in a sleepy hollow is the owners cottage with a queen bed and ensuite, cosy and private. (Available on request at an extra cost of $150.00 per night in conjunction with a bach booking).
Bach251 is situated in a prime location only 10 minute walk to Raumati Village with its boutique shops, cafes and restaurants.
Safe swimming beach, try your hand at fishing.
Just 40 minutes from Wellington with access to 40km of fabulous beaches from Paekakariki to Otaki and beyond, the Kapiti Coast is fantastic We have fabulous walking and cycling tracks and a range of unique coastal villages, attractive cafes and rural attractions as well as a great central shopping centre in Paraparaumu.
We sit under the backdrop of the Tararua and Akatarawa rages with excellent swimming, fishing, walking and cycling opportunities.
The jewel in our crown is the native reserve on Kapiti Island. It protects some of the world's rarest and most endangered birds.
- Sleeps 6: 2 queen beds, 2 single beds
- Linen for hire
- No disabled access
- Children welcome
- No smoking
- Well behaved pets with their own beds are allowed inside, please remove any dog hair and pick up droppings. Any damage caused by pets must be paid for. Please ensure flea treatment is up to date.
- CD player
- Cellphone coverage
- Cleaning equipment
- Cleaning supplies
- Clothes line
- Electric blankets
- Electric heat
- Fire place
- Fire wood supplied
- Heat pump
- iPod Dock
- Outdoor furniture
- Sky TV
- Washing Machine
From $245.00per night
There is no extra charge for additional people, maximum is 6
Linen is $10 per person
Compulsory clean is $70
David on 027 245 1101 and please mention Pets Can Come Too