This beautiful home in Nikao commands a stunning panoramic view of the lagoon and its surrounds. Designed, decorated and furnished by one of Rentraro's founders, Pai Chambers, Marino is guaranteed to meet every visitors expectations of what a comfortable home should be.
The main living area and both bedrooms feature sliding doors out to Marino’s extensive balcony and views, allowing the tropical breezes to enter the fully screened home, and keeping the house light and airy anytime of the year. Even from the kitchen featuring a deLonghi 5 hob gas oven, all mod cons and central kitchen island, one can view the lagoon outside.
Marino has two identical master bedrooms with walk thru closets leading to fully equipped ensuites. Marino’s large covered balcony runs the whole length of the house giving excellent areas for outdoor entertaining, reading sleeping and watching sunsets… perfect.
Downstairs, the newly planted grounds promise a wonderful setting for your walk to the lagoon and the large paddling hole which awaits. Coming from the sea there is also a downstairs bathroom and shower to wash off the salt.
There is a 24 hour store a 5 minute walk from Marino, and also Rarotonga’s top Video store virtually across the road, the Punanga Nui markets and Avarua, Rarotonga’s main (only) town is only a five minute drive away… far away, so close.
The minimum stay at the property is one weeks stay (7 nights).
The tariff for Marino starts at NZ$1050.00 per week for two people.
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We loved our stay at Marino. It's a short drive from the airport, Nikao video store almost across the road and a 24 hour Oasis grocery/petrol store 3 minutes walk. Quite a few restaurants and cafes are within a short drive and town is an 8 minute drive. The house itself was very clean, surprisingly spacious and well stocked with everything we needed (milk, coffee, tea, sugar, even wash powder). A beautiful platter of fresh fruit on arrival was awesome (we picked passionfruit daily from the vine around the house). Fully equipped kitchen and laundry with a big washing machine. The bedrooms were large, beds comfy and we loved having a bathroom each. Lots of bedding and towels available. The views from the huge covered verandah were stunning. The house is next door to a vacant section so privacy is assured. Downstairs there is parking for 3 cars.
Thanks Eddie - once again you were a super host from start to finish - see you next year
Sorry this is somewhat belated but we just wanted to Thank you so much for looking after us so well on our visit to Rarotonga in December. We loved Marino and it was a perfect location for work and getting to Te Vaerua then home for a swim.
Thank you for your generosity!
Shamus and Sue
I just wanted to drop you a line to say how much my Mum and I enjoyed our stay at Marino. I have been to Raro 7 times now and stayed at various holiday homes. Your place would have to be our utmost favourite. It was close to all of the places we love and could see the whales most days from the balcony. The home was exceptionally clean and had everthing we needed. We will definitely be back and will definitely stay at Marino again.
Regards Tania & Diane
Just wanted to let you know that Marino is awesome. Love the house, view, privacy, beach, landscaping, location, etc.
Hate the roosters, but at least I know what I'll be having for dinner Tuesday and
Wednesday. In reality, I have them at home so pretty used to it.
Many thanks for the supply of coffee, milk and juice as well. Greatly appreciated.
Thanks again for all your help.
Have a great week, I'm sure I will.
Just checking in to say we had a great time at Marino and appreciate, yet again, your help with finding us accommodation in Rarotonga.
Kind Regards Paul and Judy
We are now back home, safe and sound.
Our stay at Marino and Rarotonga was great - just what we needed with plenty of R and R.
...You will remember me asking you about the whales and no sightings of them. I had almost given up hope of ever seeing any on our last evening when there they were just out in front of Marino. There was quite a pod of them, maybe six or seven and they put on quite a show, air blowing, tail raising and also thumping their tales on the water over and over. That really made our stay. We stopped watching when it got dark. The next morning low and behold the whales gave one last show before heading off - or maybe they were some others. I have no idea about their nocturnal habits and whether they stop to sleep at night?
All in all a wonderful stay.
For full tariff information and availability contact Eddie at Rentraro and quote "Marino".Email