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Tregonnings Cottage

Accommodation Type

Self - Contained, Historic


$80 per adult, $60 per child under 12 years / minimum booking is $400.

All guests get a free continental breakfast each morning.


  • 2 Queen rooms 
  • 2 Twin rooms 
  • Comfortable sleepy head beds, quality bedding, electric blanckets
  • A good heater is provided in each room
  • Lounge - New settee's, a Metro Log Fire and TV
  • Kitchen - Large well-appointed kitchen for those who prefer to do their own cooking 
  • Laundry - washing machine, dryer and outside clothes line 
  • Free kayaks, gold pans and fishing rods are available for our guests who want to explore the Taieri River (which runs through the farm)

Free pick up and drop off from Waipiata for guests and bikes.


Located 4km's from Waipiata and just 500 meters from Peter's Farm Lodge

Tregonninng cottage was built in 1880 of mud brick and schist. This quaint cottage still stands strong today with remaining features like the original H.E SHACKLOCK ORION No.1 coal range and the 5 foot 8 inches doors which lead to the three bed rooms. After recent interior renovations it now offers very comfortable accommodation that includes a proper country-size kitchen and bathroom. When you have finished a day on the Rail Trail the lounge is just the place to relax, and should temperatures drop there's a new Metro log fire to keep guests cozy over the four seasons.

This cottage is in the heart of substantial sheep & beef farm and can be block booked for groups.


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Peter & Keiko


113 Tregonning Road, Waipiata, 9397

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