About this listing
You'll adore this beautiful and spacious room with luxurious Egyptian Cotton sheets atop a glorious Super-King bed. Sun blazes across the room during the day, and at night you'll draw lovely thick curtains across the balconette and enjoy the comfort of your en-suite with bath.
You'll enjoy access to all aspects of our home: the well-appointed kitchen and dining area, large and comfortable lounge, the washer/dryer, and our apartment complex's huge pool and steam room. And blazing fast WiFi!
Our apartment building is a wonderful piece of Auckland's history, with high ceilings and unique architecture. Apartments in this building are highly sought, and very one-of-a-kind.
Our entire home is yours to enjoy. Please treat this privilege with respect.
You're welcome to use the washer and dryer, the kitchen, and all facilities. The lounge is a fantastic space to relax, and the dining table a great spot for work.
Don't forget to enjoy the pool while you're here.
Interaction with guests
We sleep in a room down the hall from you with our own private bathroom. We're always delighted to spend time with our Guests if they wish.
Our access to the city is unsurpassed - you'll be just up from the theatre district and main streets of Auckland, nestled in behind beautiful Myers Park, and just down from famous K Road.
We're close to public transport. You must please advise us when making an Enquiry if you plan to bring a vehicle.
Other things to note
An additional bed (a Queen) can be set up for you if you require it.
We're delighted to have the opportunity to host you! Please do not hesitate to contact us with any queries.
My name's Meg, and my partner Geoff and I are a fun-loving kiwi couple who love to travel and experience new places.
We love to meet new people and make new friends around the globe.
Festivals are our passion and we travel to Los Angeles every year for Coachella.
Geoff is an awesome guy who has travelled a huge amount and has friends in every corner of the world. I work in the beauty industry (I do not know the term "travel light") and he works as a Software Architect.