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Tree Hut Cottage

 Tree Hut Cottage
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221 Lee Pakaraka Road, , Masterton
Tel: (0)6 370 8199 or Mob: 027 2166 376
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Experience a traditional handcrafted Canadian style log cabin. Enjoy breakfast on the deck in the morning sun. Chill out with a drink in the evening while watching the sun go down over the majestic Tararua Mountains and Wairarapa Valley. We have for your enjoyment; books, a cosy log fire, TV, DVD and VCR, barbecue, bikes and an outside play area for small children. We are a short drive to Masterton and just down the road from the fabulous Gladstone/Martinborough wine region.

Facilities

The open interior offers a queen size bed on the mezzanine floor with fantastic views as you wake up in the morning. Down stairs there is a kitchen/dining/living area, bathroom, sofa bed and camp bed. Portacot available on request.

Total Capacity

5 Guests

Electronics

VCR Hi-Fi with CD & DVD player

Activities

Wine trails, Biking, Hiking, Boutique shops, Parks, Golf.

Tariff Includes

All linen,tea, coffee etc.

Directions

DIRECTIONS FROM MASTERTON From North: Turn left before first Mobil Station – straight for 5km. Right at signpost to Ngamu/TeParae/Wainuioru/ 2 km along road is Lee Pakaraka Road (straight ahead). We’re 2km along this road on LHS. F/N 221 & 221a. (green and wooden mailboxes at bottom of drive). Top house (log house). From South: Turn right opp.the first Caltex Station (which is just past the big white and blue Hotel sign on the left) on to South belt, go 100m then left. Straight down South Belt and onto Manaia road. Turn right on to the Masterton Martinborough road (new intersection) Just past the next bridge is Lee Pakaraka Road on the LHS. We’re 4km along road on RHS. F/N 221 & 221a (green and wooden mailboxes at bottom of drive). Top house (log house).
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