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Muddy Creek Cutting on the Rail Trail

 

Muddy Creek Cutting on the Rail Trail

Otago Rail Trail B&B, Farmstay, Hosted Self-catering
Prices from $160 per couple

near Lauder township (800m south) on the Central Otago Rail Trail, MANUHERIKEA.

Contact Information:

Phone: 034473682
Address: 3275 Lauder-Omakau Rd,

Hosts: Kevin Scott & Ross Campbell

Directions: By car find us on SH85, about 800m south of Lauder township…see the large red B&B flag at our gateway. On the rail trail , enter direct from the trail at the signpost for Muddy Creek Cutting.

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About Muddy Creek Cutting on the Rail Trail

The farmhouse has been cheerfully modernized, has 5 double bedrooms (2 have an extra single bed), 2 bathrooms and a large electric sauna. The water supply is treated and a solar power system provides some of the energy. There are open fires .

Set in a cluster of trees, near a pond,raised up in its surrounds, its a park-like setting with exceptional 360-degree views out into surrounding farmlands, hills and mountains.
On 10acres we farm 5 milking sheep and their progeny, make cheeses, grow vegetables , chickens, ducks, peacocks and bees and create superb home-produce dinners for most guests (they must be pre-ordered) and deliver them to you.

The house is full of artworks, paintings and printed fabrics, made here and inspired by this local environment.

A rural experience, ideal stopover while cycling on the Rail Trail,and for discerning foodie tourists, looking for something unique. This experience will enchant you and be memorable.

 

Muddy Creek Cutting on the Rail Trail

 

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