Come and experience tiny house living! Oxford Tiny House is located in Oxford, North Canterbury, New Zealand. Self contained, self catering accommodation set on 10 acres in the Canterbury foothills with mountain views. Just 45 minutes from Christchurch and an easy 30 minute drive to Rangiora. Come and enjoy a break away from the hustles & bustles of city life! Feed the friendly chickens and watch the cattle lazing the day away. There is a kitchenette, seating area, bathroom (flushable toilet, shower, gas hot water) and power so you don’t have to sacrifice your creature comforts when staying here! There is a tiny bit of painting to complete but it is ready for guests! On the “ground” floor there is a kitchenette in the central area, complete with gas hob, fridge and space for dining. There is a fridge, kettle, toaster, microwave, TV & wall heater. On the mezzanine level there is a queen mattress at one end and two single mattresses at the other. On the lower floor there is a separate room for relaxing in, it has a futon/sofa (which can be made into a double bed on request). Need accommodation for more guests or need a bit more space? Check out Oxford Holiday Cottage.
The tiny house is just a short 5 minute drive (5km) to the Oxford township. Enjoy a walk up Mount Oxford, local horse trek, kayak on the Ashley River or have a jet boat ride on the Waimakariri River. Why not have a lesson on NZ’s only Dressage Simulator only 5 minutes away! There are lovely boutique shops, cafes & a wine bar. Pick up some great local products at the Oxford Farmers Market/ Oxford Village Market every Sunday morning. Oxford has an Art Gallery with new exhibitions each month show casing New Zealand’s Artists. Oxford Craft market operates on the first Sunday of the month. Porters Ski Area is approximately 50 minutes away, or for the more advanced check out Mount Hutt. The mountain valleys and ridge lines offer opportunity to enjoy alpine and forest environments for those who love to hike or short bush and village walks are close by for those who prefer a leisurely amble. Choose from day walks, overnight tramps or mountain biking (permitted on the Wharfedale Track only). Refer to the Department of Conservation online for more information.