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Atiu Guesthouse

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Christchurch, New Zealand
Reviewed 20 September 2013

This is the perfect guesthouse to make the most of your stay on amazing Atiu. First, you will be welcomed at the airstrip with a divine local flowers and plants garland and you will be introduced to the main places of the island on the way to the guesthouse. The house is very nicely decorated with Andrea's originals tivaivai embroideries....

2Thank audelsol
Geelong, Australia
Reviewed 8 September 2013

Excellent place to stay with wonderful hosts. I was shown the textile museum and the coffee plantation also operated by the very kind owners of this lodge. It's best to stay more than a couple of days, if you want to get the most out of the experience. Very friendly local population. Sure beats the mega-resorts on Rarotonga. Will definitely...

1Thank Mattglobetrotter
Reviewed 28 June 2013

Juergen picked me up from the airstrip and chatted about the island as we headed back to the guesthouse. He also manages the coffee business on the island (popn ~450) and offered to arrange tours with local operators as well as his own tour of the plantation and production, ending with a tasting at his place (which also hosts the...

1Thank GMDNZ
Bern, Switzerland
Reviewed 11 June 2012

The Atiu Guesthouse is a wonderful place to stay on Atiu. It's run by Jurgen the Coffeeman of the Island and his wife who are allways available if you have a question and they help you planing your stay on Atiu. The Guesthouse is located in the middle of the village close to the three shops of the island. The...

2Thank XNickcinX
Dessau, Germany
Reviewed 13 January 2012

It was just perfect! We stayed there for three days in september 2011. The accomodation is very clean and comfortable. The hosts were very nice. Juergen organized all our trips and helped whenever it was needed. Atiu is just a wonderful place to stay and we fully recommend visiting this island to everybody coming to the Cook Islands.

1Thank Jana583
Boise, Idaho
Reviewed 2 January 2012

Very good basic accomodation- your own private room and shared facilities- kitchen, bath, shower, living, dining. Excellent value for backpackers and those trying to save their money for activities and food. (Highly recommended!) I stayed for 3 days and half of it was raining. I hope to be back! I was able to do the eco-tour with Birdman George and...

1Thank Mic C
Denver, Colorado, United States
Reviewed 20 December 2011

The owners of this cottage also own Atiu Coffee and the island's Fibre Arts Gallery/Studio. So, if you wish to tour either one, it couldn't be more convenient. Jurgen and Andrea were both very nice and easy to talk with. The house is comfortable and the kitchen is large and well equipped. It's right in the middle of the village,...

1Thank Neko N
Coolum Beach, Australia
Reviewed 31 July 2011

We thoroughly enjoyed Atiu and the guest house was perfect. It was clean, comfortable and centrally located so we got to experience the ebb and flow of village life. The locals were friendly, the island beautiful, Jurgen was a great host. The cave tour with Marshall was great, Birdman George was also informative and passionate about his home, Island night...

Thank Leigh4573
Urdorf, Switzerland
Reviewed 3 June 2011

We came back a second time because we enjoyed the first time so much. And we didn't get disappointed. The island is great, the people are friendly, Juergen and Andrea are great hosts and the guesthouse is nice and cozy. The kitchen is well equipped and the beds are comfy. It's right in the village center so everything is within...

Thank swissbelg
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Reviewed 4 April 2011

A friend and I stayed here for only a couple of nights. Jurgen was absolutely great and sorted out some tours so that we could do as much as possible in the short time we were there. As it turned out we were two of only three tourists on the island which makes it a pretty incredible place. The guest...

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Atiu Guesthouse has two twin and one family bedroom with fan and screens. Visitors share kitchen, lounge/dining area and bathroom with rain water supply and a solar heater. On the thatched veranda you can spend quality time with a good book from the exchange library or enjoy a home-cooked meal in the company of your fellow visitors. Be part of a friendly village. We arrange tours for you to explore our enchanted island. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Atiu Guesthouse

Address: Main Street | Areora, Cook Islands
Region: Cook Islands > Southern Cook Islands > Atiu
Price Range: €19 - €48 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 3
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“There are three double/twin rooms, one at the front, two at the back, and it's possible to book a single bed in a shared twin room.”
GMDNZ, 27 Jun 2013 | Read review
“All of the rooms are in the same house, so there isn't much variation in accommodations. Bring earplugs if you like to sleep late.”
NekoN, 20 Dec 2011 | Read review
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