The Wagon is tucked into a secluded, but easily accessed part of the 126 acre farm. You can drive your car right up to the site, so it’s no drama to pop out to explore the local area for a few hours at any time you like.
CHECK IN & CHECK OUT
Check in is after 2pm on the day of arrival.
Check out is by 11am on the day of departure.
SLEEPING & BED ARRANGEMENT
The Wagon sleeps 2 people in a queen-sized bed.
The Wagon has mains power, so you can enjoy all the usual luxuries of home.
The bathroom facilities are ensuite (at the back of the wagon), and consist of a shower, hand basin and flushing toilet.
Cooking facilities include an outdoor oven under cover, and gas rings on the wagon's stove top. There is a pot and utensils for cooking in the wagon, plus microwave and small fridge. There is a larger chiller box outside for keeping food cool. Just bring your own ice.
There is mobile phone reception on the property - although this can be a bit patchy at times.
Full linen, towels and bedding are supplied.
WHAT TO BRING
- Food and drink - if you've chosen to self-cater, make sure you bring all the food you need for your stay.
- Alcohol - to enjoy with your evening meal.
- Shoes or boots if rain is forecast
This is a working farm, so for the safety of all concerned it’s very important to follow the safety guidelines and terms that you’ll find in our booking terms. These terms and guidelines include:
- Visitors to the farm stay at their own risk, this is a working farm with hazards both farm related (ie. machinery and animals) and natural (ie. Ongaonga/stinging nettle)
- Leave gates as you find them
- Animals are unpredictable - best to avoid them
- Extreme caution driving in and out of the property
- There are specific water hazards on the property - for example, water troughs and streams
- For your own safety please do not touch any farm machinery, and do not enter the woolshed or other buildings on the property.