Woodturners Villa, Tongariro National Park, World Heritage Site
Villa, rural with 3 bedrooms, sleeps 9, 2 bathroom(s), floor area of 125 m2 (1345 sq.ft), WCs 2, car optional, children OK, NO smoking, second home, number of travellers: 5
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Where we want to go
Description of our house
Woodturners Villa is a newly restored 1910 villa, renovated with comfort in mind. Woodturners villa is a warm, restful place to stay, with magnificent views of Mt Ruapehu. Situated on the banks of the Mangateitei Stream, with a large veranda to relax on while you watch the sheep grazing. An outside vintage bath, allows you the luxury of a hot tub soak after a day of exploring this wonderful area. This is our boutique holiday home. We would like to exchange with people from around the world and allow you to enjoy staying in this wonderful slice of paradise! For more information please see the Woodturners Villa Accommodation website http://www.woodturnersvilla.co.nz.
Accommodation and facilities
Security system, tv / cable, sofa, fireplace
Kitchen and washing:
Freezer, fridge, microwave, dish washer, oven, washing machine, dryer
Mountain biking, horse riding, tennis, hiking, mountaineering, golfing, skiing, fishing
Local places to go:
Nearest major airport:
Car recommended, children ok, no smoking, hospitality considered, non-simultaneous optional, car optional
= marks the location of this home
Woodturners Villa is a situated only a short stroll from Ohakune Village, at the foot of the Tongariro National Park. This World Heritage Site provides mountain biking tracks, tramping and day walks including the world renowned Tongariro Crossing. The warm summer months can be spent exploring New Zealand's central plateau. In winter Tongariro National Park provides the exceptional Turoa ski field for an awesome snow holiday on the slopes of Mt Ruapehu.Whanganui National Park near by offers many options for you to experience New Zealand's longest navigable river that winds from the slopes of Tongariro out to the Tasman Sea. Rich in natural and cultural history, Ohakune has much to offer visitors to Aotearoa New Zealand.
Something about ourselves
Our names are James and Rose Riley, James is a veterinarian, now working as a technical consultant, and Rose is currently studying as a Nutritionist. We are in our mid forties and have 5 children and a grand daughter, our two youngest children still live at home with us, they are Hannah aged 17 and MIchael aged 14 years.