Quaint and quirky in Little River: SiloStay

The lovely town of Little River is just 30 minutes out of Akaroa – the perfect base for you to target the picturesque Banks Peninsula.

Whether you’re heading out of Christchurch for a romantic getaway or a weekend adventure, it’s a wonderfully quaint spot to stop. The region is rich in history and boasts beautiful bays, endless volcanic hills and plenty of bush to explore with gorgeous backdrops – the likes you’d find on a postcard.

Little River is home to a great pub, café and restaurant to boot, and is known as an artistic and cultural hub. It’s also home to the oh-so-quirky SiloStay, a well-placed, unique and sustainable place to stay in the township.

The accommodation is made from converted grain silos, each of which is an individual unit that includes a host of electric features including the SiloStarlight as you doze off.

The tranquillity is all around here, too, as you’re located in a very peaceful part of Canterbury – perfect for unwinding, clearing your mind and doing some personal introspection.

Perfect year-round, Little River comes alive with the beautiful colours of autumn at this time of year. With many walking trails nearby, it’s conveniently located at the end of the Rail Trail, which runs through to Christchurch and alongside two scenic lakes.

Repurpose, recycle, retreat, relax with SiloStay. Don’t just look, book!


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