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Strathallan B & B

Te Awamutu B&B, Homestay, Farmstay, Hosted Self-catering
Prices from $140 to $220 per couple

12 minutes from Cambridge and 10 Minutes to Te Awamutu

Contact Information:

Phone: 07 870 6666
Mobile (and SMS): 0274966299
Address: 184 Parklands Road Roto-o-rangi

Hosts: Duncan and Jean Macky

Directions: We are situated in the farming district of Roto-o-rangi near Maungatautari Mountain 12 minutes from Cambridge and 10 minutes to Te Awamutu and approximately 25 Minutes to Hamilton Airport. Rosenvale Event Centre is just 1.50 km down the road.

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About Strathallan B & B

Strathallan Bed and Breakfast is a brand new Stunning Country Retreat with views of rolling paddock.
We are ex farmers with a small lifestyle block with sheep, cattle, horse,s and a farm dog,( not allowed inside)
Strathallan is centrally located with easy drive times to Hamilton Airport, Lake Karapiro, Hobbiton, Avantidrome, Sanctuary Mountain, Waitomo Caves and with our local knowledge and point you in the right direction for whatever activity you are wanting.
We offer Dinner, Bed and Breakfast and welcome family groups wanting a getaway. Our facilities offer a private space for those wanting quiet peaceful time or you can join us for a chat as we have extensive local knowledge and the opportunity is there for us to take you to a large traditional sheep and cattle farm or a local Dairy farm.
Our interests include Gardening, Farming, Sport, Travel, Conservation, and Horse Racing
We have vast experience in many different types of farming having been involved in the Thoroughbred Industry, Dairying and Dry stock farming.


Strathallan B and B


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