Kapiti Coast Tiny House | Beachfront & Sea Views


Tiny house hosted by Ben & Ronel

2 guests, 1 bedroom, 1 bed, 1 bath
Entire home
You’ll have the tiny house to yourself.
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Self check-in
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Great location
100% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
The Perfect Couples Retreat!
Amazing Beachfront TinyHouse approx 1 hr north of Wellington.
TinyVille- Unique 26sqm high spec design has large sunny deck & fabulous outdoor bath!
Open plan living & french doors. Fully fitted kitchen, breakfast bar with bifold windows & sea views.
Spacious bathroom, shower, vanity & flush cassette toilet.
Queen bed loft, standing height and accessed by unique slide away stairs.
2nd living area loft accessed by ladder.
Beautiful Sea Views & Sunsets to enjoy!

The space
“FIND OUT WHAT TINY LIVING IS ALL ABOUT” while enjoying ‘life at the beach’.
Designed with quality and luxury in mind.
Stylish & interesting decor, leather sofa, comfy Queen bed, freshly laundered linen & cosy throws. Royal Doulton bath towels & also beach towels available.
TinyVille is very light, bright & sunny.
It is fully insulated and has large double glazed windows throughout.
A well designed kitchen with all the crockery, cutlery, glassware and utensils you could possibly need.
Fridge/freezer, convection microwave oven, ceramic hob & George Foreman Grill. Nespresso coffee machine with capsules supplied.
Fully stocked pantry & a great range of bathroom essentials available for you to use during your stay.
Open plan living area has large French doors opening out to the deck where you can enjoy the sun, sea views & amazing sunsets.
Also a fabulous new outdoor bath, laze back and relax in the warm bubbles with a glass of wine while gazing up at the crystal clear star studded night sky and listening to the sound of the ocean waves!
Deck chairs, sun umbrella & Weber barbecue also provided.
TinyVille is set in an amazing, natural and unspoilt part of coastal New Zealand, it really is a best kept secret!

Google ‘Build Tiny - The Millenial’ to see the original version of TinyVille.

We also have InterVille next door, in case you are looking for a slightly larger space - https://abnb.me/ONd0G7iTGgb

Where you'll sleep

What this place offers

Public or shared beach access – Beachfront
Free parking on premises
Hot tub
Private patio or balcony
Private backyard – Not fully fenced
Hair dryer
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

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Where you’ll be

Waikawa Beach, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand

Waikawa Beach is only 5k’s off State Highway 1 halfway between Otaki and Levin so there are cafes, restaurants, outlet shopping, a cinema, library, medical centre, supermarket, fruit and veg stores, laundromats, petrol stations, ATM’s as well as a winery, golfing, horse riding etc within a 10-15 minute drive.

About Waikawa Beach
Waikawa Beach lies in Horowhenua — turn off SH1 at Manakau, about half way between Levin and Otaki.

It’s a quiet settlement where life revolves around the beach and the outdoors. People enjoy swimming in the river or sea, kayaking, fishing, cycling, horse riding and walking.

There are plenty of birds and frogs, and, unfortunately, rabbits. Sometimes you’ll see a small seal or two on the beach.

This area has a rich history. Before Māori came to New Zealand moa and Waitaha moa hunters roamed the area, followed by Ngati Mamoe, Moriori. They, in turn, wee followed by Muaupoko from Hawkes Bay.

In the 1800 Europeans and Māori alike travelled through and resided in the area. Te Rauparaha made it his base for a while.

Late in the 1800s there was farming and flax milling going on, some boat building, trade, and even an accommodation house.

In the 1900s activity at Waikawa Beach dwindled down to farming, but in the later part of the century small baches appeared and it became a little-know but favoured place for weekends and holidays.

Source for all the above: Bitter Water, by Deb Shepherd and Laraine Shepherd, published in 1999.

Unfortunately the book is now out of print and you can’t buy it. Try your local library for a copy. The library in Levin has it.

Hosted by Ben & Ronel

Joined in June 2016
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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: After 3:00 pm
Checkout: 10:00 am
Self check-in with key safe
Not suitable for children and infants
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

Health & safety

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Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
Pool/hot tub without a gate or lock
Nearby lake, river, other body of water
Heights without rails or protection

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