Green Antler

Green Antler

Banks Peninsula

The Green Antler glamping site is set on a deer farm in Little River on Banks Peninsula - just 50 minutes from Christchurch city.

The large, family-sized safari tent, sits on a sunny, north-facing site overlooking native bush, farmland and hills. The stylish interior includes a queen-sized bed, a separate bedroom area with bunk beds, a lounging area and an indoor dining space. A wood-burning tent stove makes the space warm and cosy.

A separate building, a few steps from the tent, contains bathroom facilities including a shower, basin and toilet.

Enjoy quality family time, exploring the campsite, the beautiful township of Akaroa and the delights of the Banks Peninsula. At the end of the day relax in the wood-fired hot tub set at the front of the elevated site, perfectly positioned to take in the spectacular sunsets over the surrounding countryside.

When night falls, gaze up at incredible star-filled night skies together. Jump straight from the hot tub, into the cosy, featherdown beds, and listen to the peaceful sounds of the countryside as you drift off to sleep.

FROM $290 p/n

Children aged 5+ only

  • Sleeps 5
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            Child Friendly
      Child Friendly
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            Winter Escape
      Winter Escape

Make sure you download or print this info sheet with directions and host contact details prior to your journey. You may not have mobile reception at all times.

address
 

Reynolds Valley Road, Little River, Peraki 7591

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The Green Antler is a comfortable 60-minute drive from Christchurch. Follow the Google Maps directions to Reynolds Valley Road and watch out for The Green Antler signage.

Here are the written instructions:

  • Turn right coming into Little River (opposite the church) onto Kinloch Road for 1km, then left onto Okuti Valley Road for 2 km to the Reynolds Valley Road turnoff on the right.
  • The entrance to the campsite is about 2km up Reynolds Valley Road from Okuti Valley Road.
  • Reynolds Valley is steep and through native bush, mainly gravel and single lane so take your time.
  • Lockbox instructions for the gate lock will be sent to you in a pre-arrival email 5 days prior to your stay.

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            Eating and Drinking

    Eating and Drinking

    The Green Antler glamping site is self-catering. Just bring your own food and drink, and cook meals using the BBQ and facilities provided in your covered, outdoor kitchen. You'll find all the cutlery, crockery, pots and pans that you'll need.

    If you want a break from cooking at any stage, Little River is just a short 10-minute drive away. The Little River Cafe is a great option for coffee and lunch. The seaside French settlement of Akaroa is approximately 35 minutes away and has some excellent cafes and restaurants to choose from.

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            Things to do

    Things to do

    There's plenty to keep you busy at The Green Antler.

    At the campsite you'll find board games and of course, the hot tub provides hours of entertainment.

    If you want to explore further afield, Akaroa is just a 35-minute drive away and has shops, cafes and restaurants to enjoy. You'll also find tourist activities such as kayaking and swimming with Dolphins.

    The Little River Rail Trail can be walked or biked between Christchurch and Little River and there are plenty of other great walking options nearby.

     

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            Your Hosts

    Your Hosts

    More information about your hosts Tony and Andi Cochrane is coming soon!

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