Contact Jennifer & Christopher Timmings

Ph (04) 479 5325

56 Fox Street
Wellington 6035

$160 - $180

Ngaio, Wellington

Ngaio Homestay

Photos of Ngaio Homestay


Property Description

Welcome to Wonderful Wellington!!! Share your visit with us and enjoy helpful personal hospitality.
Our unusual multi level open plan character home, [built 1960] is in the suburb of Ngaio.
Guests may leave their car here and take the train to the city which takes 10 minutes,
There is a 2 minute bush walk from our home to the local train station. We are 5 minutes by car to the Interislander Ferry terminal. Great location for Stadium events or opera, concerts, Pariiament Buildings , churches, shopping, Te Papa Museum, Zealandia,

Our double en suite room has tea/coffee facilities, quality bedding and tiled en suite and french doors opening onto a deck and jungle garden, it is quiet and pretty here with lots of bird song.
Breakfast is Continental.
Adjacent to our property are two self contained apartments, one has twin beds and the other has a queen bed, can take up to 4 persons. Ideal for families visiting friends, or sabbatical or relocating to Wellington, they are comfortable and tastefully furnished, with full kitchen , lounge, TV , Internet, [small charge] bath, shower and laundry facilities. There is a large garden and it is quiet and pleasant here.
Jennifer has been Resident Store Pianist in Kirkcaldie and Stains department store for the past 25 years and music and Art are high on my list of Life Passions and meeting people!

Please phone or email for bookings. You will be welcome and comfortable and rested.

Guest comment,'
"A wonderful stay in a beautiful home, full of love and beauty''
Self catering or weekly rates offered for longer stays.


B&B Details

Type: B&B & Homestay & Apartment with kitchen
Email: Email this host
Phone: (04) 479 5325
Beds: 1 Double
1 Queen
3 Single
2 Twin
Total 5 Bedrooms
(1 queen, 1 twin, 1 double 2 singles Each apartment can sleep up to 4 persons Twin beds convert to superking)
Total capacity for 8 guests
Baths: 3 Ensuite
1 Private
shower & bath in apartments, shower in en suite B&B
Tariff: Double: $160.00 - $180.00
Single: $120.00 - $130.00
Children: negotiable
Other: Self-contained $180 double, extra person $50. Nightly & Weekly SC rates offered.
Breakfast: Continental
Nearest Town: 7 km N of Wellington
Pets/Children: Children welcome, Pet free home
Facilities: Internet Available
Smoking: Non smokers only
Payments: Visa/Mastercard
Associations: B&B Association New Zealand




Reviews: 7 reviews

"We wholeheartedly recommend this lovely homestay in the quiet suburb of Ngaio. Jennifer is a charming host and is so helpful with local knowledge. The accommodation she offers is very comfortable and clean. The rooms and apartments are kept very warm - with the sun and plenty of heating. The breakfast is plentiful and there is a wide choice available to suit all tastes! My rating is 7 out of 10. The facilities are not new, but there is great character and charm in this art deco home."

Annette and John Dalman, 05/12/2015

"We spent 2 nights with Jennifer in a comfortable independent appartment which was not new, but totally fonctional. Jennifer was very welcoming and helpful with local information. We would very much recommend staying here - especially for longer stays - it has a fonctionnel little kitchn and the train to town is only 10 min. away (all steps!) and takes only 15 min to arrive down town. We wish Jennifer all the very best, Mireille and Gregory"

Mireille and Gregory Schlaepfer-Schoch, 24/11/2015

"A cozy, comfy home with an adorable and interesting hostess. We look forward to returning very soon."

Reed Wade & Jan Jones, 10/04/2006


Barnwell, 25/02/2005

"Just perfect. A charming host who has become a good friend."

P&M Scudamore, 23/02/2005

"The house & hospitality are so good!I stayed a second time this year, and I'm not the only one."

Amat Aviel, 08/02/2005

"We had a wonderful welcome and we were made to feel totally at home by a very interesting and cultured hostess. Sad to leave."

P & E Fraser, 25/01/2005