Te Maunga could be quite difficult to find but the directions are reasonably comprehensive with only a little confusion at the very end. Our greeting gave me pause for reflection when we were asked to remove our shoes. I was wearing crocs. Then we were told we had the wrong walking gear on - "expensive merino like I have is so superior" and that the landlady does not need the amount of luggage we had when she travels to Europe but old English people don't know what to pack. I found it difficult to make an effort to like the place after that.
Our room did not have ensuite facilities but we had an acceptable private bathroom.
The house is a bit out of the town centre but it's possible to walk, partly along a steep dark track, if you are reasonably agile and have a torch for your return.
Breakfast was fine with a choice of cereals and fruit, and home-made yoghurt, but you do feel under pressure to eat items specially made - we did not.
It does have extensive views and is modestly priced.