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Cobham Cottage

Accommodation Type

Self - Contained


Rates

$160.00 per night (2 persons),  $45 per night each additional person,  $35 per night children under 10


Facilities

  • Washing Machine
  • Kitchenette              
  • Tea, coffee, sugar etc
  • Fridge/Freezer        
  • Microwave
  • Oven/Toaster              
  • Electric Blankets
  • Linen provided         
  • Excellent Heater
  • TV/DVD/Sky            
  • Shower
  • NO Animals please.

Description

Cobham cottage is nestled in the quiet, picturesque town of Omakau, and is a restful retreat to recharge and relax after a day cycling, skiing , hiking or sightseeing. The cottage is self contained, fully furnished, well insulated with double-glazing, and has extensive rural views overlooking the rail trail. It is just around the corner from the Omakau Commercial Hotel, ( that has fantastic meals and Central Otago wines), and the Muddy Creek cafe, famous for its pies. There is all so a dairy for all your general requirements, and it is minutes from the rail trail and golf course.

Not far from bike hire if required.

Cobham cottage can sleep up to seven. Two bedrooms, one with a Queen, and the other with a Queen and single bunk above, and a Queen divan bed in lounge,  Bikes can be locked up in the shed provided.

There is also plenty of off street parking for camper van or boat, as well as permanent parking for two cars.

 

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Your Hosts

Carol & Martin Padgett

Address

11 Cobham Crescent, Omakau

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