The Villa's accommodation information

  The Villa has four bedrooms supplied with all linen and the following bed configuration:

- A master bedroom with a super king size bed, television and ensuite shower room.
- Two bedrooms, both with a king size bed.
- And the fourth bedroom has two single beds.



The second and main bathroom has a large bathtub and a separate shower. Also provided are shampoo, soap, all linen and a hairdryer.

The living areas are spacious and include a dining room which leads out through French doors to a large enclosed patio with outdoor furniture and a gas BBQ. A separate lounge with woodburner and doors out to the garden and the front verandah. And a great sized kitchen with all the mod cons - dishwasher, electric cooker, microwave and necessary utensils. And if you forget anything while cooking your meals, there is a wellstocked minimart just across the road.

Fitzherbert Street is the road you come into Hokitika on from either North or South. The Villa is therefore easy to find, and centrally located for all local amenities. But while on the main road into Hokitika, The Villa is set back off the road, with a large private garden and outdoor living area to the rear of the house.

BUILT 1914 RESTORED 2008. The Villa is a historic townhouse which has been beautifully restored to its former elegance but with a contemporary twist. The Villa has retained its traditional façade while the interior is modern, spacious and has a large private garden & patio. With 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, DVD, Stereo, dishwasher, laundry, woodburner, free airport pickups & wireless/broadband internet, the townhouse is a fantastic home-away-from-home for both business and holiday lets, couples, families or larger groups (sleeps 8). Enjoy king size beds, all the mod cons and ample undercover parking in a great location.

The Villa was built in 1914 for local Businessman, District Councillor and Acclimatisation Society member, James King (1864-1938) and his family. James King arrived in Hokitika in 1867 with his Scottish parents at 4 years of age. In 1893 James King moved from the produce trade, to opening the James King Stationer and Bookseller store in Revell Street. Today, Priya’s Indian Restaurant operates out of those same premises.

Thank you so much for all of your wonderful attention to detail in this fantastic house. We wish that we could have stayed longer!
The strawberry muffins were much appreciated as was the cosy fireplace. We all thoroughly enjoyed our short stay. The brochures you sent also helped us to make the most of our time here. I would definitely recommend this house to our friends and family."
Warm Regards
Kristy, Ethan, Gabrielle (Melbourne) and Madeline, Sara, Peggy, Emily and Danny (Houston, Texas)