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Cromwell Getaway

Cromwell Hosted Self-catering
Prices from $120 to $160 per couple

Contact Information:

Phone: 034454955
Mobile (and SMS): 021399245
Address: 117 Neplusultra Street , Cromwell

Hosts: Gail & Dave Cooper

Directions: Corner of Barry Avenue and Neplusultra Street 300 metres from the Village. Opposite the local swimming pool and NRG Health & Fitness and 50meters to the International Hockey Turf.

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About Cromwell Getaway

You have the choice of two units , a studio room which sleeps two ,this room has a Queen sized bed or a two bed room unit which has a queen bed in one room with two singles in a separate room , this unit sleeps up to four .
Both units have ensuite bathrooms with underfloor heating , tea / coffee making facilities, fridge , flat screenTV ,free wireless internet available , hair dryer , iron ,ironing board ,electric blanket, private access and off street parking , both units open into a private courtyard with a swimming pool .
There is a separate breakfast room available for your use at anytime . There are brochures showing some of Cromwells attractions and ideas for entertainment .
Cromwell is situated on the edge of Lake Dunstan great for fishing and boating , and we are at the centre of a wine region with vineyards to visit famous for Pinot Noir wines. The area has a rich heritage based of gold mining and there is excellent walks and mountain bike tracks to explore . We are only a short stroll away from the Cromwell 18 hole golf course.
We love Cromwell and its surroundings and look forward to sharing it with you.

 

Cromwell Getaway

 

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