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Although the farm stay has a beautifull website and they are still actively working to modify the property to a optimal accommodation, the stay was nothing we could have expected. The so called cabins are sheds not much bigger than a 2p bed, a chair...More
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Response from RaglanFarmstay, Owner at Raglan FarmstayResponded 7 February 2014
Thank you for your review and I'm sad that you did not enjoy my place and tried to leave with out paying ! It is my job as a host to balance the requirements of all my guests and although the website clearly...More
We had a night away in the double-bed chalet and enjoyed the modest & relaxed nature of the property. Chris made us feel very welcome, and it felt like being at a family bach. Great views, private chalet, help-yourself breakfast - we'll be back!
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With the pigs and chickens in the yard it was like a farm , more like a hobby farm. Many people come to NZ because you can buy some land and have a few animals and live the good life. And there were lots of...More
My partner and I had driven from kerikeri and going by the shots taken, would have been very happy to arrive and relax, but unfortunately it missed the mark.
The photos showed an enticing backdrop, warm rooms and a relaxed atmosphere, but these were cleverly...More
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Response from RaglanFarmstay, Owner at Raglan FarmstayResponded 27 July 2013
This is Chris the owner of the Farmstay, Im so sorry for the bad experience that you had, I would like to offer you a full refund and an extra credit of 2 nights stay usable any time from October 20th onwards as...More
My wife and I stayed here during Easter 2013. During our first night I remember hearing Chris talk to an older couple and by the sounds of it I made the assumption that they were his parents. Turns out they were guests who had just...More