Private Cabin set in the bush, 10 minutes walk to Muriwai Beach to see the Gannets & Muriwai Golf Course is on your doorstep. Recently decorated with a Queen bed below & double bed on the platform, a new modern bathroom, well stocked kitchenette, freeview TV and free WIFI. Suitable for 1-3 adults but if you are going to use both beds I have a minimum of 2 nights. Please note that it's just a little cabin and is very basic.
This little cabin is set in the bush, ten minutes walk from Muriwai Beach, the well known Gannet Colony and 5 minutes drive to the famous Muriwai Golf Course. There is a Queen bed below and double bed on the platform. It is perfect for a couple or two single people. It is too small for 4 adults so please don't book if you are 4 people. You have your own new, modern bathroom with a walk in shower and a little kitchen with double electric hotplate, microwave, fridge, toaster, kettle, crockery and cutlery. The bed up on the sleeping platform has a peek of the sea but if you don't fancy climbing up to it there is a Queen bed below. I have recently decorated both inside and out and with the new insulation and the all day sun it is very warm and cosy. The TV has freeview and the WIFI is free.
The cabin is self contained so there is no need for access to the main house. However there is a lovely view from the top of the steps so I am happy for my guests to come up and look at the sunset.
I work from home Monday & Tuesday and Wed-Thursday in the city so often won't be home during the week days but I will be home in the evening and at the weekends. I respect my guests privacy so leave it up them as to how much interaction they like. The view from the top of the steps is stunning so I encourage them to come and sit up in my garden. I love meeting new people and am always up for a chat but I also like my own privacy.
All of Muriwai is on septic tanks so guests need to be aware of that. It means being careful what you put down the sink (especially fats) and going easy on the toilet paper and water. I provide eco friendly soap, shampoo & washing up liquid. There are no supermarkets in Muriwai so if you need groceries you'll need to go the New World supermarket in Kumeu or Fresh Choice in Waimauku. Our 2 cafes/take-aways close around 7pm in the summer and 5pm in the winter. Our tap water is perfectly good for drinking so please think of the environment before you buy bottled water in NZ.
Smokers please smoke outside and be careful of the bush. Because I am on a septic tank please be very careful what you put down the sink (no fat!) and use the shampoo & soap provided. The green bin on the deck is for recyclable rubbish - glass, plastic, tin & paper (you can leave all rubbish on the deck as I'll collect it). You can drink the water from the tap - Muriwai has it's own reservoir. The Wifi is free but I'd really appreciate it if you didn't do lots of downloading as it will put me over my limit. Please treat the mosquito nets over the windows and the blinds carefully.
ตั้งแต่วันที่ 01 ธันวาคม 2017 - 28 กุมภาพันธ์ 2018 จำนวนคืนขั้นต่ำคือ 2 คืน
I am 63 years old, single and I work in the film and television industry. I go into the city 2 days a week to work as the Accounts Manager for Tagata Pasifika and spend 2 days a week working from home as the Accounts Officer for the NZ Film & Video Technicians Guild (NZFVTG). I spent most of my working life as a Production Manager in the Maori and Pacific Programmes department at Television New Zealand. I have one son, a musician who lives in Auckland with his partner and baby son. I live on one of the most beautiful beaches in the world so my favourite thing to do is to walk on the beach or up in the bush behind my house. I love travelling and another one of my favourite things is meeting and talking to new people! I like to think of New Zealand as the biggest Pacific Island. I love Maori and Pacific Island cultures and I also love the fact that we are now very multi-cultural, especially in Auckland. I am a keen reader and I love watching TV and going to music gigs (when I can afford it!). If I had more time I would go to more movies. I lived in South London for 12 years which is where I met my ex-husband who is a professional bass player. When our son was born I decided I needed to bring him up in the sunshine with lots of space and so we all came home to NZ.