Silostays are quirky, comfortable and award winning apartments made from customised grain silos.  Each apartment has been innovatively designed using sustainable products where possible.

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  • Quirky & comfortable

    Next to the walking and cycling route the Christchurch to Little River Rail Trail, these unique holiday apartments are set in converted grain silos. The ground floors are equipped with a kitchenette and seating area whilst upstairs is the bedroom, bathroom and balcony.

    A totally different and unforgettable experience, full of imaginative and eco-friendly touches located in the peaceful township of Little River on Banks Peninsula, just a 50 minute drive from Christchurch and en-route to picturesque Akaroa.

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  • Banks Peninsula

     

    Formed by two massive and violent volcanic eruptions many millions of years ago, Banks Peninsula is a hidden gem just a short drive from the city of Christchurch.

    The rugged and hilly peninsula has wonderful walks in the centre and many beautiful and secluded beaches around the coast.

    The main settlement of Akaroa is a real treat and is full of character. Claimed by the British at Green Point just days before the French colonists arrived in 1840, Akaroa was once a French whaling settlement and still has a very French atmosphere with French street names, cafés, restaurants, small wineries and a number of craft shops. The sheltered natural harbour is the ancient crater of the volcano and is great for sailing and fishing.

    It is also home to a population of Hector’s dolphins, the smallest and rarest dolphin in the world, and offers you the opportunity to watch and even swim with these delightful animals

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