The Green House B&B
The Green House B&B
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The Green House is a relaxed and welcoming home with beautiful views of the Coromandel Harbour and ranges. On the first floor is two bedrooms each with an ensuite. The Seascape Room looks west over the harbour. The Ranges Room looks east over the garden and to the ranges. Between these two rooms is a shared guest sitting room which is all yours when you book both rooms.
The lovely, airy sitting room, with a vaulted ceiling has many facilities including free internet and Wi-Fi, television, dvd's, book swap, refrigerator and tea/coffee making facilities available at all times. Rooms have robes, slippers, hair dryer, toiletries, TVs etc.
Its an easy five minute stroll to the quaint and historic township of Coromandel. There you will find excellent restaurants, shops, pubs, cafes, a fine selection of art and craft shops and galleries, many exhibiting work from local artists.
The local attractions are many and varied, eg. great day trips to Hot Water Beach and Cathedral Cove, or The Coastal Walkway. Other attractions such as The Driving Creek Railway are easily organised. The coastal road from Thames to Coromandel offers some of New Zealand's most beautiful scenery.
Your hosts, Andrew and Tish offer outstanding hospitality.
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Total 2 Bedrooms
(2 Guest rooms and guest sitting room are upstairs)
Total capacity for 4 guests
New ensuite bathrooms
|Tariff:||Double: $185.00 - $195.00
Single: $175.00 - $185.00
|Nearest Town:||0.5 km S of Coromandel Town|
|Pets/Children:||Pet free home, Not suitable for Children|
|Facilities:||Internet Available, Free WiFi|
|Smoking:||No smoking on property|
A quaint township with a distinct heritage feel. A great place to explore the Coromandel peninsula from.
Reviews: 5 reviews
"Wonderful breakfast, comfortable bed."
"Wonderful host, fantastic breakfast. Amazing views!"
"Lovely relaxing atmosphere. Very helpful host. Delicious breakfast. Spotlessly clean bedroom & bathrooms."
"A very kind and helpful lady (Gwen Whitmore). We loved staying here."