Kura Cottage is a bright, cosy Railway Cottage with a spacious open-plan kitchen, two separate lounges, 3 bdrms, a huge deck and fenced garden.
It has a warm and welcoming open plan living, ideal for year round getaways. The modern kitchen has a large breakfast bar and bifold windows onto the deck. The large fireplace heats two living areas for warmth during cooler weather, or enjoy al fresco dining during summer with easy flow onto the large deck! The bathroom has a claw-foot bath and skylight for stargazing as you soak, plus stand-alone shower, separate toilet and laundry.
Ohakune is known as the North Island’s mountain town, sitting beneath the mighty Mt Ruapehu and just outside the Tongariro National Park, a dual world heritage National Park. In winter you can ski at Turoa, Whakapapa or Tukino skifields. In summer Ohakune is a mountain biking and hiking mecca, with the world-famous Tongariro Crossing day hike traversing Tongariro and Ngaruahoe mountains nearby.
Barbecue, Dishwasher, DVD player, Garden, Internet access/Wifi, Parking, Television, Washing machine
Sorry no pets
Car swap by arrangement
Located on the Central Plateau of NZ's North Island, the Ruapehu region is a stunning adventure playground and nature lover's paradise. The plateau has three volcanic mountains, all accessible for hiking or skiing.
Kura Cottage is situated in Rangataua, a small rural village just 5km from Ohakune town centre. It sits on the edge of the Rangataua forest, walking, mountain bike tracks and a horseriding school are right on the doorstep. Tongariro National Park is a 30 mins drive away, as is the Old Coach Road mountain bike track and the Tongariro Crossing day hike and the stunning Chateau Tongariro Hotel.
In winter, Ohakune is a ski town with three ski fields within an hour's drive; Turoa is closest just 25km away up the Mountain Road, Whakapapa and Tukino are an hour away. Waiouru army museum is 20 mins in the other direction.
In summer, the town comes alive with mountain biking, hiking, bush walks, and plentiful native forest to explore.
The map marker is a general indicator of the local area only.
We’re Maik and Keri. We live in the centre of the North Island of New Zealand, a geothermal region with mountains, lakes, native bush and loads of mountain bike and walking tracks. We’re really outdoorsy and live for skiing and snowboarding in the winter. We love to travel and have a bucket list of adventures we’re planning, starting with a winter season in Canada. Keri loves yoga and music, Maik loves mountain biking.
We’re respectful, house proud and practical people and promise to take good care of your home.
Keri is an ambulance officer, providing emergency care for those in her community. Maik is a builder and has built several of his own homes. Between us, we own two homes, both of which we’re happy to exchange.