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Anatoki River Organic B&B

Anatoki  River Organic B&B
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432 One Spec Road, , Takaka, 7183
Tel 03 525 7376
http://www.anatoki-river-ecostay.co.nz

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    Welcome to Fiona and David's organic farm which has the beautiful Anatoki river on it's boundary, with secluded swimming hole, trout fishing and glow worms. Quiet location on a private road, just 6 kms from Takaka, we have  mountain views, abundant bird life, native bush, and a pretty creek behind the house which also has glow worms.
    David, a fully qualified massage and neuromuscular tharapist for the last 12 years, has an on-site massage clinic, and ran a successful clinic in Auckland before moving to Golden Bay. He offers a complimentary massage if you stay for two nights.
    Our home-grown organic fruit and vegetables, eggs and dairy products are available to guests. We can cater for gluten and dairy free diets. We are happy for guests to use our kitchen to prepare their lunches and evening meals and store food in the fridge.
    Guest accommodation in our spacious character home consists of two rooms, one with a queen bed, the other has a double bed and single bed, in your own upstairs wing with private bathroom. Only one party of guests accommodated at a time thus ensuring privacy. Downstairs is your own living room with woodfire and expansive deck around the house with chairs and table. There is cell phone coverage, broadband, but no T.V. We can interact with you or leave you in peace - you choose. Our B&B is informal and friendly. We welcome families with children, and our animals enjoy being fed and petted - we have goats, ponies, sheep, hens and a dog.
We have a strong commitment to an eco-friendly, chemical free and self- sufficient  lifestyle.
Guests can hand-milk the goats and learn how to make cheese.
Free use of bikes, easy cycle to town.
Fish in the river or nearby Anatoki salmon farm.
We are near Abel Tasman National Park and Kahurangi National Park with the popular Heaphy track.
Also nearby is Waikoropupu springs, Rawhiti cave, Payne's Ford rock climbing, Rameka mountain bike track, beaches, kayaking, cafes and other local attractions.
We are passionate about walking, tramping, cycling, and running and can offer advice on popular local routes.
To make a booking, please phone or e-mail.
We look forward to meeting you!

Environment Friendly Action

We conserve heat We conserve water We reduce/limit oil/gas carbon emissions We employ alternative energy resources: wind/solar/water We recycle where possible We compost food waste We use sustainable toilet/grey water waste disposal We use bio-degradable cleaning agents We use renewable natural furnishings We conserve/care for wildlife in our area/ natural pest eradication We participate in community environmental initiatives

Dietary Selections: We offer

Vegan Vegetarian Organic Food Locally sourced food Home-grown spray-free produce

Organic Meals

Organic eggs, and organic milk, yoghourt and cheese from our goats. Organic fruit and vegetables in season. We also offer gluten and dairy free options.

Facilities

Guest accommodation in our spacious character home consists of two rooms, one with a queen bed, the other a double bed, in your own upstairs wing with private bathroom. Only one party of guests accommodated at a time. Downstairs is your own living room with woodfire and expansive deck around house. Guests are welcome to use our kitchen to prepare their lunches and evening meals and store food in the fridge.

Total Capacity

5

Electronics

Phone & Broadband

Activities

Guests can hand milk goats and make cheese, free use of bikes, easy cycle to town. Fish in the river or the nearby Anatoki Salmon farm. We are near Abel Tasman National Park, Kahurangi National Park with the popular Heaphy Track, Rameka mountain bike track, Payne's Ford rock climbing, Rawhiti cave, Waikoropupu springs, beaches, kayaking, cafes and other local attractions.

Tariff Includes

Breakfast

Directions

Coming from Nelson and Motueka over the Takaka hill on Sh. 60, approx 1km before Takaka on the left is a sign 'Anatoki Salmon Farm'. Turn down this road signposted Long Plain Road, go over the bridge, round a bend and turn right onto One Spec Road. Stay on this road, after 3.5 kms it becomes unsealed. Follow the yellow arrows and signs for 'Anatoki B&B' for almost 1km as the road winds through bush and pasture. We are no.432. A sign is on the entrance.
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User Reviews

There are: 1 reviews, with an average rating of 5.0 out of 5
Five Stars isn't high enough for this place. The hosts David and Fiona are wonderful people to hang out with, the rooms are comfortable, the setting is spectacular and the goats are a blast.

Takaka, and the Golden Bay in general, is a lovely place filled with lots of eccentric artsy type people. I'm already planning my next trip.
Posted by Karen Steiner on 2013-04-13 04:02:24