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The Kaikoura Bach Retreat

Kaikoura, North Canterbury (Ref. 1066182)


  • 8 Guests

  • 4 Bedrooms

  • 2 Bathrooms

  • Pets No

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  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Garden / Patio
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

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23 Customer Review(s)

  • Alan

    “Fantastic house in great location.”

    Huge living areas - great for a family get together

    Huge living areas - great for a family get together

    - Alan, February 2024


  • Bedroom 1: King Size Bed
  • Bedroom 2: Queen Size Bed
  • Bedroom 3: Queen Size Bed
  • Bedroom 4: 2 x King Single Beds
  • Bathroom 1: Hand Basin, Shower, Towel Rail, Toilet
  • Bathroom 2: Hand Basin, Shower, Towel Rail, Toilet
  • Living, Dining
  • Oven, Hobs, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Toaster, Kettle
  • Heat Pump
  • TV, Wi-Fi
  • Washing Machine
  • Parking
  • Sorry, no smoking


Our linen service will provide all sheets, pillowcases, towels, bath mats, and tea towels for your stay. We’ll also make up the beds for you prior to arrival and strip them down after your departure. Pillows and duvets are provided at the property.

The property

A seaside settlement of absolute natural wonder, Kaikoura is sure to blow you away, and to complete your picturesque escape to this stunning coast is The Kaikōura Bach! A contemporary atmosphere with tidy and stylish furnishings and an air of holiday comfort, this holiday home will not disappoint. It will be hard not to lose track of time and feel the stress just melt away when your holiday could be so effortless and have everything from mountain ranges to glorious marine life. The Kaikōura Bach is a four-bedroom, two-bathroom, holiday home that delivers all the essentials, plus some. Enjoy WiFi to keep you connected, a Smart TV with Freeview and DVD player for entertainment, and of course the heat pump for year-round comfort. In the summer head outside onto the sundeck where you'll be able to fire up the BBQ for a full-flavoured classic meal; a Kiwi must-have. Catch some sun while you lie out on a bean bag looking across to the water. There is even a handy cricket set to make use of when you head over the road to the beach. When you get home off the beach, the outdoor shower is a welcome amenity to help you rinse the last bits of sand off the feet before you head indoors. The local swimming and snorkelling beach is within walking distance or Whale Watch Kaikōura and the Kaikōura Peninsula Walkway are also just a few minutes walk away. It's only a short five-minute drive to the centre of Kaikoura with all its cafes, restaurants and shops. Be sure to get out onto 'Tom's Track', a great 20-minute walk over the hill into Kaikoura with spectacular views well worth viewing. A stellar stay awaits you at The Kaikōura Bach!

Please note a bond may be charged at certain times of the year. One of our team members will contact you if this is required for your booking.

About the location

Kaikoura is watched over by the majestic mountain ranges that stretch down towards the rugged east coast of the South Island. Kaikoura is most well known for its whale watching opportunities, which attract visitors from across the world. Tours depart Kaikoura to allow visitors the chance to catch glimpses of giant sperm whales, dolphins, fur seals, and the rare royal albatrosses. For those who are more adventurous, there are chances to don a wetsuit and swim with many of the wonderful creatures found on the Kaikoura Coastline. The annual Seafest, held the first weekend in October, is becoming increasingly popular, and attracts more visitors every year. For history buffs, Kaikoura offers the chance to learn about the early whaling and sealing days of the district, as well as Maori History, and a number of historic buildings. There are also a number of walks to explore, one which takes visitors past some spectacular limestone caves, and seal colonies.