Te Rimu B&B
Te Rimu is a small intimate B&B. It has 2 double rooms with guest share facilities, catering for a maximum of 4 people.
Your host enjoys people, good books, good conversation and good food and wine and will endeavour to see that you do too.
Dinner is available by prior arrangement, i.e. when booking, and any special dietary requests need to be made known then.
Wine is served with dinner and included in the price of the meal. Dinner is charged separately.
Te Rimu is pet and smoke free.
Your host can assist you with planning visits to local activities and attractions that suit your interests. Want to collect local art works? Let Barbara know when you are booking - if possible she will help you.
Don't speak English well but would like to?
Book in with this qualified teacher who will make learning fun and suited to your interests. There is an additional charge for 10 hours tuition a week.
Suitable for adults only.
Local attractions include three golf courses, two bird sanctuaries - one on an offshore island called Kapiti which can be visited but but forward bookings are necessary.
There are a number of potters, writers and artists living locally, many of whom welcome visitors interested in their work.
A local cooking school has a world wide reputation - Ruth Pretty catered for the America's Cup in Valencia in 2007 and showcased NZ food in Shanghai recently.
But if you just want to relax there are miles of unspoiled (and relatively empty)beaches, dozen of bush walks, as well as fishing & scuba diving offshore.
There are plenty of cafes to replenish the spirit.
There is a commuter train service to Wellington 5minutes walk from Te Rimu B&B if you need retail therapy! Then of course there are all the attractions of Wellington, Te Papa Museum & Art Gallery is always worth a visit; there are two good professional
theatres; Zealandia a pest free native bird and animal reserve.
||P.O. Box 380 Waikanae 5250 NZ
||64 4 293 2535
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This page was last updated: 20 September 2011