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Pukeatua Farmstay

Waitakere and West B&B, Farmstay
Prices from $140 to $180 per couple

30km from Auckland, 10min from Muriwai Beach

Contact Information:

Phone: 021 572 222
Mobile (and SMS): 021 57 22 22
Address: 35 Taylor Road, Waimauku, Auckland

Hosts: Tatjana & Ingo

Directions: From Auckland: SH16 towards Helensville- 4km after Huapai, turn right at Waimauku Clock & Keep right, go up hill (Waikoukou Valley Rd), turn left into Taylor Rd, 6th driveway on left (letterbox 36 & 35) Open & shut the gate, as animals may be about.

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About Pukeatua Farmstay

Pukeatua Farmstay is a boutique Bed & Breakfast on a little hobby farm offering breathtaking rural views and stunning sunsets all year round. We are also home to a lot of cute and friendly farm animals - Alpacas, horses, cows, chickens, ducks and cats. Come and join us to feed them or to have a pat.
Or simply enjoy the views - Unwind, relax & enjoy. We look forward to welcoming you.

Pukeatua Farmstay is located close to some of Auckland's most popular wedding and function venues.

Waimauku village, the gateway to Muriwai & the Kaipara Harbour, is situated 30min northwest of Auckland.

The area features a range of bush & dunes tracks, stunning Muriwai beach with its great surf, black sand and gannet colony. Beach, dune & forest horsetrecks, 4WD adventures, treetop climbing or mountain biking for the adventurous in Muriwai and Woodhill.

Visit Kumeu & Waimauku's boutique wineries and Hallertau Brewery, take a cruise through the Kaipara Harbour, observe the area's stunning wildlife - unwind, relax & enjoy.

Room Rate includes continental breakfast.

 

Pukeatua Farmstay

 

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