Contact Shirley & Ken Geary

Ph (07) 823 0084

6 Curnow Place




Photos of Glenelg


Property Description

Glenelg welcomes you to your home away from home. We offer spacious, quality accommodation, that is warm, quiet and private, overlooking Waikato farmland. There is plenty of off-street parking. There are 200 rose bushes in the garden. Five minutes to Lake Karapiro. Mystery Creek, where NZ National and many other functions are held, is only 15 minutes away. Hobbiton 35 minutes away, Avantidrome, 10 minutes away, Waitomo Caves 1 hour away. Laundry facilities available. Homemade Kiwi dinners are available by arrangement.


B&B Details

Type: B&B & Homestay
Email: Email this host
Phone: (07) 823 0084
Beds: 3 Queen
11 Single
1 Twin
Total 4 Bedrooms
(3 ensuites and 1 private)
Total capacity for 5-8 guests
Baths: 3 Ensuite
1 Private
Air and Spa bath
Tariff: Double: $150.00
Single: $100.00
Children: $30
Dinner: $30 by arrangement
Breakfast: Full (Continental + cooked)
Nearest Town: 2 km S of Cambridge
Pets/Children: Children welcome, Pets welcome by arrangement




Location Information

Near Karapiro Lake, Mystery Creek, Avantidrome and Swimming indoor Complex and 50mtr outdoor pool, Hobbiton 35min drive. Maungatautari Mountain Sanctuary World famous Horse Studs, BMX Track.


Reviews: 5 reviews

"Shirley and Ken made us very welcome on our first night in New Zealand. They were good company, provided a lovely evening meal (with a glass of wine), comfortable room and a generous breakfast. Good value for money!"

Stephen and Jane Caldwell, 17/04/2015

"We stay here all the time! Usually at least twice a year. Love Shirley and Ken! Super sweet and generous, they always have space for us even if it is on the couch. Breakfast and coffee is always amazing!"

Adele, 04/01/2014

"Generally satisfactory on all counts."

Roy Crompton, 26/04/2010

"Very friendly hosts. Made very welcome. Thanks"

Marie Lepper, 25/09/2009

"From cold beers on arrival to doing our laundry and providing two huge meals, nothing was too much trouble for Ken and Shirley. You won't get a warmer welcome from attentive hosts in NZ!"

Simon Channon, 16/02/2006