Nature Inspired Tiny Houses On The Beach In New Zealand

You'll want to take a look inside this beach escape tiny house escape on the West Coast. The tiny house is located in Cape Foulwind, West Coast, New Zealand. The small cottage plan can accommodate up to 2 guests with one bedroom, one bed, and one bath. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire cottage to yourself. The tiny house is located directly opposite Tauranga bay, just 1 kilometer away from the local seal colony and lighthouse walkway. This is the perfect place to get out of the rat race with limited reception and no wifi, it's just you and nature. Westport is just a 15-minute drive away and offers local shops, restaurants, and cafes. Head north and you can visit Denniston and Karamea. The South Coast views along the Great Coast Road, where you can stop at the fascinating Pancake Rocks at Punakaiki.

The small cottage plan sleeps a maximum of two guests, 1-2 guests in the main living room (queen). The fully self-contained tiny house offers cooking facilities including a microwave, cooktop, and wine cooler. The private bathroom includes a rain shower powered by gas hot water. There is private access to the tiny house and plenty of parking is available. The small cottage plan has a patio and seating to enjoy the all-day sun whilst overlooking the rugged bay. Arrangements will be made via email before your arrival including any requirements that are needed for your stay as well as details of unit access.

Cape Foulwind has several attractions and activities to enjoy during your stay. Situated on a prominent headland on the West Coast of New Zealand's South Island, Cape Foulwind, is a popular place to spend time enjoying the sea air, exploring the coastline, and visiting the rookery of kekeno, the New Zealand fur seal. Cape Foulwind overlooks the Tasman Sea and is located ten kilometers west of the town of Westport. Previously named Rocky Cape by Abel Tasman in 1642, the present name was bestowed by English explorer James Cook in 1770 after his ship Endeavour was blown quite a distance offshore from this point. The Maori knew the Cape as Tauranga which refers to the sheltered anchorage the bay provided for voyaging canoes (waka). It was also used as a resting place as they traveled the coastal areas by foot and by sea.

The Cape Foulwind Walking is just one of the activities you can enjoy on your visit. With a seal colony, lighthouse, and panoramic views of the mountains and coastline, the Cape Foulwind Walkway is a great walk suitable for the whole family. The walk begins from the Tauranga Bay carpark where you follow the easy walking path to the fur seal breeding colony, where you can see seals at any time of year. From the seal colony, you follow the track along the coastal bluffs to the Cape Foulwind lighthouse. Along the way, there are interpretation panels that give details of the region's history, with stories of early explorers and industries.

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