FARM STAY ACCOMMODATION, CANTERBURY, NEW ZEALAND
Welcome to Warwickz Farm, a little slice of Paradise with spectacular views of the Southern Alps in New Zealand's beautiful South Island.
We invite you to breathe the pure country air with us and experience some genuine Kiwi hospitality in our popular Farm Stay accommodation. Bed & breakfast in a comfortable rustic barn set amongst the cutest of our alpacas.
Warwickz Farm has over 200 animals from over 40 breeds out of over 20 species.
We are home to a gorgeous herd of alpacas among a host of other farm favourites, miniature horses, saaneen and angora goats, a flock of coloured sheep, arapawa sheep, gotland pelt sheep, a donkey, rex, netherland dwarf, mini lop, flemish giant, angora and the very rare Enderby Island rabbits, merino, abyssinian, rex and peruvian guinea pigs, a variety of chooks, fantail pigeons, ring necked doves, ducks, geese, peacocks, quail,guinea fowl, fish, miniature kunekune pigs, Susie the Border Collie and Xena the cat among others and the occasional tame human.
As a member of Rare Breeds Conservation Society of New Zealand we take particular pleasure in introducing our rarer creatures and explaining how special they are.
We also invite you to visit our award winning 30 year old country garden where you can admire the rhododendrons and cherry blossom or just rest some in our secret garden or rose arbor.
Marvel at the range of hand crafts and crystals and gems available for purchase in the Warwickz Farm Craft and Crystal Gallery.
We also offer an interesting range of craft classes run by ourselves and highly respected guest tutors throughout the year.
We welcome enquiries and visits from service or social groups and organizations and can cater for luncheons and Devonshire teas. We also have facilities to accommodate coaches.Tourists enjoy ourdeluxe tour
Ron from Shanghai brought his family for a stay and took this remarkable drone footage of the Farm Aerial View
Ellen and Mary from Hawaii created a charming memory of their stay Walking on Sunshine