More than just a Bed & Breakfast
Because of the downturn in the dairy industry we are no longer grazing dairy heifers, and we are now back to being a sheep and beef unit.
Although the Horses get the best view on the Farm, they do have to work for a living. Horse riding is available nearby, and there are beautiful Bush Walks in the area including the Lindemann Loop. If you continue 2 km up the road to the end you'll find a lookout with stunning views of the Western Bay of Plenty.
We have 2 pet Kune Kune pigs called Dotty and Piglet. Both love attention and food. We have an Australian Terrier called Monty who is allowed in the house and an elderly sheep dog called Pearl who would love to be allowed to come into the house as well! Both dogs will warmly welcome you on arrival. We do allow our guests to bring their own dogs to experience some country life.
Our ageing horses still take us on some fabulous horse treks. The 2 horses we have now (Inkey and Blue) have both been as far north as Cape Reinga and as far south as Wanaka. They both love attention too-especially if its food.