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PITOKUKU HOUSE

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4 + 2 guests

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2 bedrooms

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2 bathrooms

Pitokuku House is a 2021 built home, nestled into the bush. This house focuses on maximum relaxation. It is beautifully finished with timber floors,  floor to ceiling windows front and back that drink in the view, a large kitchen and expansive open plan living area. There is also a WC outside if you wanted to bring the kids to camp!

The sprawling decks connect with generous inside spaces that have everything you need!  A well thought out kitchen, beer and wine fridge, a nook (that sleeps two extras) and escapes to the two generously sized bedrooms. The master bedroom has a large ensuite, the second bathroom is alongside the second bedroom. The third is a toilet and vanity accessed from the outside deck.

This property is in perfect harmony with its landscape. During winter months, reap the benefits of the cosy inside and outside fireplaces along with the all seasons covered rear deck. After a day spent in the magnificent outdoors, unwind and rejuvenate. The Pitokuku House is set up for a long stay with washing machine, full wifi, Smart TV and Sonos sound system.

The name Pitokuku is inspired by Pitokuku Island, which can see from the deck of the house which is directly behind the Sugarloaf headland – Due North.

Main Rate: $400 p/n

+ $50 per guest/night after 4 guests

1st February - 22nd December

Peak Season: $750 per night
+ $50 per guest/night after 4 guests

23rd December - 31st January

Cleaning: $150 per stay

Minimum 3 nights stay

Check in from 2pm, Check out from 10am

PRICING

PITOKUKU HOUSE LAYOUT

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OUR OTHER HOUSES

Ruru House has three bedrooms and sleeps four people with room for three extras.

Set into the north facing ridge full of manuka and kanuka, directly behind Medlands Beach.

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The Tree House has two bedrooms and a bunk house set in the trees. It sleeps six with room for two extras.

This house truly brings you back to nature.

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