We both work in the conservation field and are passionate about the environment. Trevor is a fifth-generation Southlander and he’s glad to talk about the region's history to those who are interested. Our children are grown up and we have twelve grandchildren and one great granddaughter
Trevor is very creative and makes garden art out of old garden tools and farm machinery checkout his page "Hugs Bugs n Stuff". He has several motorbikes and loves yarning about them. His shed is huge, 132 square meters. Ask him to show you it. He is in the process of setting up a forge.
Lynne has a keen interest in craftwork particularly patchwork, spinning, knitting, sewing and weaving. Come and sit with me in my studio , join me in creating.
We have one cat, ‘ ‘Simone’ and a hairy Jack Russel "Milly" she looks just like Rick Steins wee dog. While we love our pets we know that some people prefer not to have animals around. If you prefer we will endeavor to keep the pets outside while you are staying at our B & B.
From the day we started this little Bed & Breakfast business it has been a journey full of much laughter, many amusing stories, the odd glass of wine and the company of wonderful guests.
We look forward to hosting your stay and sharing our extensive knowledge of this remarkable region of New Zealand with you.