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And the Winners are.........

Nga mihi for all the Aroha Whanau

If our recent Review your Holiday competition is anything to go by, you’re making some wonderful memories and having some fun times in Marram holiday homes.

Congratulations to the five winners of the $100 vouchers:

Carolyn Banks

Jolanda Duxfield

Josephine Crucido

Ma'ata Tu'ineau

Adrienne Alford

Your photos showed us what enjoying a Marram holiday home looks like and your words told us what those Marram holiday memories meant to you. Thank you to everyone who entered. Stand by for the summer photo competition to come.

From the winning reviews:

One of the highlights of our trip was our ‘Pamper Day’ when we spent the whole day in the house. The girls planned it all out the day before, so we got supplies for the menu and filled up the sign-up sheets they created for all the services we wanted – Carolyn

The Ohakune homes are much bigger than the typical Marram homes, providing a true home away from home feel. It was the perfect home to hang around in on a cold day, get trained up on a good game of Skipbo and snuggle together as a family – Jolanda

We had a fabulous week in the Alexandra home with my family and nephew – No internet means playing and talking more which is good. They were all crying when we  dropped my nephew off at his Dunedin home. Thanks Marram holiday homes because I knew they will cherish and not forget this holiday for the rest of their lives – Josephine

Before I made the booking I saw and read about Marram and then asked around my peers at work and got nothing but good feedback, and as I have always wanted to go on a roadtrip, this was our chance and we took it. I was nervous at first because I did not know what to expect – but we loved it, especially our kids. The home was jnust right. We didn’t go out much, we just wanted to stay home and chill and spend time with each other because we hardly do when we are back to reality. Having a big comfortable home to spend time in was a big YES for us – Ma'ata

We love the outdoor area of the Kaiteriteri unit, and it’s great on a balmy summers evening. It’s also n ice to be able to interact with the other Marram occupants if you feel like it. The kids have made many a “holiday friend” with neighbouring Marram occupants. The unit itself is instantly relaxing as it feels like a family Bach, easy, comfortable and homely but without any of the clutter lol - Adrienne