Sunset over Muriwai
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UNWIND | RELAX | ENJOY
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Comfort
away from
Home

Whether you are going away for a few days, are invited to one of the venues in the area or just looking for a lovely spot to stay, we can provide you comfort away from home.

Stay with us and enjoy the peace and quiet, take in the semi-rural view and be stunned by the amazing sunsets not too far away from Auckland CBD.

We offer modern and comfortable accommodation for 1 to 4 people in a family-like environment.

The purpose built guest accommodation is warm, double glazed throughout, modern and spacious plus comes with free WiFi access (via our VDSL connection).

Rusty and Shady nicely asking for food in the evening
Our Animals
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Guests at the farmstay can enjoy lots of cute and friendly farm animals around – Alpacas, cows, chickens, horses, ducks and the cats. All of them have a story and many of them are rescues. You are invited to join in at feeding times or to have a pat. You can also enjoy some of the free range eggs for breakfast on the weekend.

Rusty and Shady nicely asking for food in the evening
Beautiful Landscape
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Welcome to the Norwest – Home of Kumeu Wine Country, Muriwai Beach, Woodhill Forest and the Kaipara Harbour. Whether you would like to explore nature, watch stunning sunsets, relax or be thrillseeking – the area offers something for everyone.

Rusty and Shady nicely asking for food in the evening
Stay with us
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We offer modern and comfortable accommodation for 1 to 4 people in a family-like environment.

The purpose built guest accommodation is warm, double glazed throughout, modern and spacious plus comes with free WiFi access (via our VDSL connection).

Tatjana & Ingo look forward to welcoming guests at Pukeatua Farmstay, where you can unwind, relax & enjoy.

Date: October 6, 2018

Exploring our bush

We had a few hours of exploring our little bush strip in the gully.

Date: September 16, 2018

Spring day out

Spring is in the air. The weather is getting warmer, so I did my walk down into the valley to check the water supply to the troughs, checked all fences and gates.

Date: September 12, 2018

Spring mornings

The early spring mornings here are foggy and cold but beautiful.

Date: September 28, 2018

New fluffy arrivals

This year we got two little baby choocks instead of calves.

Date: September 1, 2018

Big fat bird

When I was taking my little girl across the road to the school bus stop, I spotted a big fat bird in the tree that was watching me: A Kererū.

Date: July 28, 2018

Doing a little bit more of the right thing

We are pleased to announce that our farm electricity supply - and as such also the one for the accommodation - is now 100% New Zealand renewable wind, hydro and solar. At the same time the electricity is also carboNZero certified, so any carbon emissions from the generation and supply of the electricity is offset by carbon credits - money that goes back into projects like reforestation, long term carbon storage, renewable generation projects etc.

Date: July 22, 2018

The first duck eggs

Yesterday Jolan came back with the first duck eggs. What a proud moment for the girl.
And this morning she had one for breakfast.

Date: July 1, 2018

Frosty mornings are here

Winter seem to have finally arrived. Frosty moorings with frozen grass. The was ice on the digger seat!

Date: April 28, 2018

Horses ready for the next storm

Another storm has been announced last night, so early this morning we finished the horse shelter area and moved the two boys over so they are going to have a more comfortable place during the day when the weather closes in.

Date: June 1, 2018

Careful where you step

It is getting somewhat busy in the kitchen. The kittens are getting more mobile, have left their home and mom is running busily after them. It also means that you really have to watch your steps as there may be some nosy little creature crawling around between your feet.

Date: April 24, 2018

After the storm: Back online

The storm that hit us last Tuesday evening with wind speeds of more than 200km/h (Manukau Heads) left us without power and internet and only limited cell phone coverage. Power was restored yesterday afternoon, 3 days later.

Date: October 6, 2018

New Kittens

What a surprise! Our cat Silver Shadow delivered 3 kittens today.

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Make a booking now or see our contact details should you require further information or have any queries.

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