Our small completely self-contained bungalow is very modest, spotless island style home. Located in Tautu village overlooking the lagoon, it is on the quiet windward (eastern) side of Aitutaki. It is a short driving distance to shops and cafes. You’ll love our place because of the tranquility and exquisite beauty of your surroundings. Perfect for couples or singles wanting timeout - definitely a must for ecotourists wanting to keep it real!
Longer term stay rates are available by negotiation.
The bungalow comprises a fully self contained common space containing one double bed, a full size sofa and dining table. It has full kitchen and cooking facilities, full laundry and has solar heated hot water.
We have an abundance of tropical fruit trees - pawpaw, guava, passion fruit, bananas - guests are provided an abundant selection of in season fruits!
Accès des voyageurs
The bungalow is set on our beautiful lagoon side property - guests are free to enjoy the views, the walks, - anywhere!
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We are close by to chat and or to give advice if need be! Basically we find our guests prefer to just be free to get on with enjoying each other and Aitutaki, while having a fully equipped home away from home which they are more than happy to take care of themselves, for the duration of their stay.
During the week shops and businesses are open in Aitutaki (except on public holidays). On Saturdays most stores are open except those who observe Saturday Sabbath - on Sunday there are just a couple of food stores open.
Some wifi is available at home but reception is still not the best in Tautu. There are however a good number of hotspots located all over the island. Vouchers can be easily purchased from stores or the Post Office - internet in general is usually reasonably fast!
Kia orana! Because we are your only neighbours and your hosts we look forward to welcoming quiet respectful guests who will enjoy interacting with us when and if needed.
Almost retired University Professor . . . my fully retired medical doctor husband Roro and I absolutely love our Aitutaki paradise and we consider it a blessing to share something of its beauty and simplicity with others from around the world!