We stayed 2 nights in the studio apartment of AAA Granary Accommodations called "The Loft".
Wished I had booked for more nights!
I picked AAA Granary for its proximity to Tasmazia.
The Loft is a one-room studio with gas fireplace, one king bed, one single and one sofa bed.
The proprietor had turned on the fireplace BEFORE we arrived and selected the "turbo" option so that we would walk into a warm room when we arrived.
So nice and thoughtful of her!
The wife was incredibly pleased with the electric blankets under the king bed (there was also one under the single). She discovered her love for electric blankets when we were in New Zealand for our honeymoon.
The car port has clearance for a 3m high campervan, though we shaved some of the creepers growing around it. :-)
The kitchen was VERY well equipped - with salt, sugar, and cooking oil too, if I recall (I used the butter I had from the campervan.
We cooked dinner the first night and got take out for the second night (from Sheffield General Store) - edible but nothing to rave about.
Wonderful attraction. There are 8 mazes (we didn't try all of them) and the 1/5th scale "village" and the politically incorrect "Embassy Row" which could also be called "Embarrassing Row". Who is being embarrassed, I leave to you to decide.
My daughter is a little too young to appreciate the mazes, and she just wants to enter the little houses (the doors don't work). And most of the jokes elude her understanding.
So took lots of photos, then left.
Should come again when she is older and can perhaps run around in the mazes. But she did appreciate finding the Three Little Pigs homes (the ones that are made of straw, sticks and bricks). She could identify with that.