Lake Rotoroa Holiday Home is fully equipped with all bedding, towels, linen, dishwasher, microwave, stove, all kitchen utensils. All the comforts of home. Sky TV (movie and sports channels) in the lounge and a log fire. Vodafone cellphone reception at holiday house - use your own data.
“A nice kiwi bach in a secluded, but beautiful part of the country. Great location for people who like to explore the outdoors, and the bach ensures you have a warm and comfortable place to relax. We stayed on a cold night but never felt uncomfortable.”
An easy 15 minute drive from Murchison at the convergence of the Tutaki you will find Mangles Valley Paradise. Surrounded by stunning native bush clad hills the property is situated in an elevated position enjoying spectacular 360 degree views with the Tutaki River flowing gently below. A short drive over the Braeburn Track will take you to beautiful Lake Rotoroa in the heart of the Neson Lakes. If you want to wake up to the sound of the river & native birds - this is the place for you.
“Louise is an excellent host with stellar communication and very personable. Her place is perfectly located in the general Murchison/Nelson region, especially for those who are looking to do outdoor recreational activities including fly-fishing, due to ease-of-access to some of the regions best waters/rivers. I cant recommend her place enough.”
Overlooking St Arnaud with stunning views across Lake Rotoiti to Mt Robert and the St Arnaud range. Disconnect, read a book and enjoy the views or login to Netflix on one of 3 wall-mounted flat screens. High speed internet to keep an eye on work or just keep in touch. Simply enjoy the quiet clean mountain air or use as your base for adventure (or leisure) activities throughout the region including hiking, mountain biking, fly fishing, hunting, skiing, snow shoeing, food, wine, and much more.
“A nice clean, bright and modern house with some of the best views in the township, and still within walking distance of the township amenities and the lake. It is a bit of a climb up from the street though, and we wouldn’t attempt the driveway without 4WD.”