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Amazing Spaces 

Hand Crafted by us

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Your Stay

In 1937 the first campers arrived at Hot Water Beach via gravel roads in the family truck, they camped on the Pye Farm beneath the Pohutukawa tree at the back of the section. We have continued the theme through to your Tiny Home experience.


Natural wood and stone combined with simplicity bring the outdoors in, immersing you in the natural landscape surrounding the area. Gaze out your bay window to see the Tui's playing in the Flax bushes or our resident Kawau paka (NZ Little Shag) lounging on his rock in the Taiwawe stream. 

Light a wood fire in winter and bathe in the hotpools to soak away your chills. Explore the area or surf and fish your days away in this active relaxers paradise. 

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Each Tiny home is packed full to bursting with all the creature comforts of home. Breakfast Bar, Kitchen, Laundry, Bathroom with full sized shower, Lounge with wood burner fire place and Bedroom with queen bed and microrobe. 

How did we fit it all in? We went up of course!


The 3.6m forward stud height allows for full height mezzanine lounge area with a bunk height sleeping area below.

The open plan design allows plenty of room to move between the areas and when cooking in the kitchen.


To top it off we added a day bed in the lounge, which is nice and cosy for books, games or movie indoors.



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Cosy Spaces 

While action packed with features for your enjoyment there are many areas that have different sizing to what you are used to, take some time to get used to moving around before you treat them like your own home. The bedroom in particular requires some care when navigating, 


The homes are not wheelchair friendly nor suitable for those of us less able to get around; so have a think about if these amazing spaces are right for you before you book.


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