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Pakinui Gardens Farmstay

Waitakere and West B&B, Farmstay
Prices from $170 to $200 per couple

20 minutes North West of Central Auckland

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Contact Information:

Phone: 09 412 8152
Address: 145 Nixon Road, Henderson, Auckland

Hosts: Rex and Delwyn Nixon

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About Pakinui Gardens Farmstay

A family farm which is 35 Hectares and runs Beef Cattle. The house is a large modern brick home with doors opening out onto large decks, for outdoor entertaining. A covered spa pool is available situated on the deck area. The house is surrounded by a large picturesque garden of roses, shrubs and trees. There are fish ponds, dove cotes and a bird aviary. Animals on farm include Cows, Pet Sheep, Kunekune Pig, Alpacas, Chickens and Miniature Horses.

There are three guest bedrooms, nicely furnished and decorated. They consist of 1 Queen, 1 king plus a single and 1 twin. A private guest bathroom is available with spa bath and shower. Includes full cooked Breakfast or Continental. Dinner available on request and served with New Zealand wine or you may choose to dine at our local restaurants (5 minute drive).

Modern fully S/C Guest House with 1 Bedroom and sleeps 4. (Sofa Bed in Lounge) Continental Breakfast supplies included.

Warm and friendly New Zealand hospitality in a relaxed atmosphere.
Local attractions include horse riding at Muriwai Beach, vineyards, restaurants, cafes, several golf courses, wild and natural West Coast beaches, (Muriwai and Bethells ) hot air ballooning, Sky Diving at Parakai and only a 15 minute drive to the scenic Waitakere Ranges, with bush walks, native scenery, waterfalls and lakes.


Pakinui Gardens Farmstay


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