Many people open the doors of their private family homes to paying visitors, coining the phrase 'homestay' accommodation. By choosing to stay with a Te Anau homestay family, you have an unique opportunity to immerse yourself in local homes, culture, style and language. Te Anau homestay accommodation is as varied as the housing styles found throughout the country, but typically a homestay accommodation means that you stay in rooms or annexes within the family home. Te Anau homestays may be urban or rural houses, cottages, villas, working farms or seaside lodges.
1 double bedroom + single bed, ensuite bathroom. Also self contained unit in garden with 1 queen and 1 twin bedroom. All rooms include a breakfast and farm activities. Deluxe rooms include private bathrooms.
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You can choose between either cooking your own meals or dining with the family. A continental breakfast is served each morning. Deluxe guests can choose between a continental or cooked breakfast.
Choose between activities such as: patchwork, gardening, fishing, photography, golf, embroidery, vintage machinery and restoration, tennis, hunting and many other activities. Choice of activities depends on the interests of the family home you are staying with. Visitors to Te Anau have a great choice of things to do including scenic boat cruises, scenic flights, kayaking, diving, coach tours, four wheel driving. Te Anau's Wildlife Park is only 10 minutes walking distance from the Department of Conservation Visitor Centre on the Lakefront. You can view the rediscovered Takahe a flightless alpine bird, along with other unique native birds such as the Kaka, Tui, Kea and the Parakeet.
Currently we do not have any sample itineraries of custom tours to this destination.
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