Our family has been creating this unique slice of paradise for 120 years…

Stay…

Offering two unique and authentic accommodation options for up to twenty people, halfway between Wellington & Taupo. Suitable for couples, small and large groups, corporates, and special occasions. The Bunkhouse sleeps up to twelve people (one group at a time) and The Cottage sleeping a maximum of eight people.

Play…

We offer a range of activities, some of which are Complimentary when you stay. Our number one activities include relaxing in nature, food foraging, E-bikes, farm/bush walks, and BYO horse trekking!

Eat…

Our family has been growing delicious and healthy food on our farm since 1901. Over the last 15 years we have also created large gardens that have been enjoyed by people from all over the world. We love growing spray free fruits, vegetables, herbs and berries and hope to share our unique food foraging experiences with you. Day groups/buses are welcome.

Events…

We a passionate about delivering a range of events on our farm that inspire, engage and share important messages. Our main annual event is The Mudder each September, where we aim to spread the message far and wide that exercise helps your mental health. This winter Garden Workshops have been popular. Watch this space for more workshops coming soon.

Garden Consults…

Do you need help designing a new garden from scratch or want to give some new life to an existing area? We would love to help you in person at your place, or via zoom/phone. Let us help you create your dream garden! Contact us today for a free quote!

Corporates…

Enjoy our unique and private meeting space with incredible views down our beautiful valley. Smart TV, internet, tea/coffee available, as well as our special slice of paradise in “The Woods” where your team can get really creative!

Rated Excellent on Trip Adviser and Google review

We hope to welcome you to our farm!

Your hosts: Andrew, Kylie, Hannah & Charlotte Stewart

Check out our slice of New Zealand paradise in the NZ Life & Leisure magazine