Our home is a 3 bedroom house in a quiet and friendly neighborhood. Perfect location for an urban retreat. Only few minutes away to Christ Church Cathedral, Trafalgar Street, Museum, Queens Gardens, Farmer's Markets, Bars, Restaurants and Shopping mall.
The room has a very comfortable super king bed, wall heater, small desk and wardrobe. You can cook your own breakfast and other meals. Cereals, milk, bread, jams, coffee, and tea is provided.
Bright room with minimalist touch, comfortable super king size bed and wardrobe. We furnished the room with high quality furniture and very comfortable mattress - may be even more comfortable than fancy hotels!
Living room has plenty of space with a fireplace, couch and love-seats. We have a separate dining and kitchen areas. See the pictures for more details.
We also have a large deck overlooking a lawn and garden with fruit trees.
Zugang für Gäste
You will have your own bedroom. We live in this house so bathroom, kitchen, and living room are shared with us.
Interaktion mit Gästen
Up to you - we can give you complete privacy or help you with anything we can
Weitere wichtige Infos
There is no TV in the house. We might put one later on but hey, we lived without a TV for many years and don't miss it at all! We have plenty of books to keep you entertained when the weather outside is bad and can provide with a free laptop if you need one. If you need to wash clothes, you can do laundry for $5 per load.
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We are a Filipino-Russian couple in late 20s. We both love travelling, been to almost everywhere in New Zealand. We've never stayed in hotels during travels because we like the experience of staying with locals. And this is the reason why we decided to host as well. Every home is different and it has its own personality.
Our home is open for guests and travelers. We are friendly and we like meeting different and interesting people from different backgrounds and cultures.
"Take vacations, go as many places as you can. You can always make money but you can't always make memories."