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Comfortable home in quiet location


House • Queenstown New Zealand

    4 Guests  
    3 Bedrooms  
    4 Beds  
    2 Bathrooms  
    1 Car space 
  Secondary home

Exchange types accepted

  Simultaneous  

Statistics

Listed  January 2019
Views  6011

General overview

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Features


Washer
Washer
Dishwasher
Dishwasher
Oven
Oven
Microwave
Microwave
Fridge
Fridge
Iron
Iron
Hair dryer
Hair dryer
Heating
Heating
TV
TV
WiFi
WiFi
First aid kit
First aid kit
Smoke alarms
Smoke alarms
Fire extinguisher
Fire extinguisher
Bed sheets
Bed sheets
Towels
Towels
Fireplace
Fireplace

Travel Styles

    Adventure
    Sport and leisure
    Relaxing
    City
    Village
    Mountains
    Water
    Hiking
    Cycling

House rules

    Suitable for infants under 2
    Suitable for children ages 2-12
    Pets not allowed
    No smoking

Allergens

    Cat free
    Smoke free

Dates of Availability

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Neighbourhood

Queenstown is in one of NZ's most scenic locations, and is close to world class wineries as well as three skifields in season and world heritage scenery in Fiordland. There is endless choice of activity - slow and reflective, or action-oriented and thrill-seeking, as well as gold mining history (eg. http://www.arrowtown.com/) and of course, Lord of the Rings interest Several of NZ's Great Walks start in the area and slightly further afield, the Catlins and Stewart Island on NZ's south coast are two of the untouristed wildlife opportunities to experience NZ as the locals do. There are a couple of great vineyards very close to town (for example, Amisfield http://www.amisfield.co.nz ) and a personal favourite, Gibbston Valley. The central Otago Pinot vineyards are a scenic drive away. There are also a range of golf courses in Queenstown and Arrowtown themselves, as well as nearby. A couple of hours' drive away are the world's most southerly links. Mountain bikers will find a choice of interesting as well as challenging routes. More info: http://www.queenstownnz.co.nz/ http://www.catlins.org.nz/ http://www.stewartisland.co.nz/ http://www.lordoftheringstours.co.nz/

Nearest airport

Queenstown airport. Approx 20 minutes away.

Getting around

There is a small area about a 10 minute slightly hilly walk with a corner dairy, nice Italian restaurant, fish and chip shop etc from the house. The bus stop into town is also there. However, while we have had non-driving home exchangers, you really need a car to make the most of the area. Unfortunately we cannot offer a car exchange.

Map of Approximate Location

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Pim

We are a retired active couple: Stuart is an engineer and Pim is a doctor. We have lived and worked in the UK and Australia as well as NZ, but always enjoy coming to our Queenstown home to relax and savour our wonderful country. We love travel and have had some wonderful trips of all kinds in the past - and are looking forward to more in future. We both used to be glider pilots (Stuart had a power licence too), and he still collects old cars and loves tearing around on his motorbike at weekends. We are line dancers. We are also very interested in birdwatching, tramping, cycling and exploring old cities. With >100 exchanges to date (we have been swapping since 1987) we are always interested in New Zealand and unusual destinations! We have had many wonderful trips to Australia and are not planning any more for the moment. Currently only looking for Pacific Islands and Japan.
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