Situated in rural Kumeu - 25 minutes from Auckland CBD - in a near-new home, this private room is sunny and well-proportioned with good storage; a comfortable bed; a desk and seating. Ample off-street parking. Kumeu is known for its vineyards and cafe scene. It's close to Auckland's famous black sand beaches; the hikes of the Waitakere Ranges; Helensville's hot pools; and Woodhill's adventure and mountain bike parks. From Kumeu, travel along the scenic Kowhai Coast to Wellsford and Whangarei.
“We had a fantastic time at Kathy’s place. The house is just gorgeous, the bedrooms are so comfortable and stylish, designer bathroom and absolutely spotless. Kathy is a very charming hostess and we were made to feel at home. Would definitely stay here again, I feel so pleased we booked here.”
Available short-term for guests is a double bedroom with private bathroom for a single or couple. You will be sharing the rest of the house with us, a professional couple in our early thirties. We have recently made this room up to be an official guest room so please come and stay with us! There is a desk, chest-of-draws, wardrobe space, and the bed is super comfy! Our bedroom is at the other end of the house so you will have some privacy. Other areas are shared with us.
“We had a great stay! The house offers everything you need, the bed was very comfortable and it was nice to have a our own bathroom. Very new and lovely neighborhood close to the beaches and Auckland. We would definitely recommend it :)”
You are located in the middle of the West Auckland wine growing country. Shops are in walking distance which this includes banks, cafes, restaurants and supermarkets. Muriwai beach is 15 minutes down the road and provides a great visitor destination for swimming, surfing and wildlife. This beach is world renown haven for migrating Gnats which you can observe very close. The house is located on a large section that faces a recreational reserve. If you like exercising, join in with street team
“Keith was a great host and is very knowledgeable about New Zealand, Maori culture and language. The summer had been unusually dry and that meant water shortages. Understandably, we needed to limit use of the clothes washer. We felt at home and relaxed despite dealing with the nationwide shut down for the Covid 19 outbreak.”