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All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 12
Persons: 2
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 18552
Region: North Canterbury

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Last Updated: September 11, 2018

We live on a small farm in a beautiful valley leading down to Gore Bay beach, a safe surfing and swimming beach. Heb is a joiner and cabinet maker and makes furniture in his workshop on the property while Maria is a part-time teacher.
Apart from us, Aya, the dog and Chica, the cat live here, as well as 60 black and white sheep who graze the hill and paddocks below and a few chickens.
We also have quite a large vegetable garden and a number of fruit and nut trees.

We like having people here helping us with various tasks like gardening, fruit picking and preserving, firewood making, painting, building and/or cooking and some house cleaning, depending on what needs to be done and your abilities and strengths.We expect 4 to 5 hrs work per day in exchange for food and lodging.

Accommodation is in a little cottage not far from the house.
There are some nice coastal and inland walks here in this area; Cheviot also houses galleries and cafes. Kaikoura and Hanmer Springs are 45 min to 1 hour drive from here.
We`re looking for people with practical skills all year round but mostly in spring, summer and autumn.

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