From the outside, these corrugated-iron covered silos couldn't look more ordinary.
But they are far from your everyday silo - in fact they hold no grain at all.
It's not until you step inside that you get the full impact of these incredibly contemporary spaces, with the unique creations fashioned into eco motel-style units.
Silo Stay, the boutique accommodation which is just 45 minutes south of Christchurch is comprised of nine stunningly designed units, the Daily Mail reports.
While you might think a stay in a renovated feed silo would be tight squeeze, this is something the fit-out has made a feature - and one that naturally comes with a view.
Each of the 8.7 metre high silo units has two storeys and upstairs features a bedroom with a queen bed and a balcony overlooking scenic farmland and comes fitted with a glass shower and glazed ceiling.
Downstairs affords guests the luxury of cooking their own meals - if they so choose; it comes complete with a fully fitted kitchen.
And there's also a dining space, toilet and sliding doors that open out to a central courtyard.
Silo Stay is the brainchild of Stuart Wright-Stow - an innovator who believes 'it's phenomenally important to try something new'.
'Traditionally, grain silos are found in the country filled with feed, surrounded by a distinct waft of, er, farm animals; however SiloStay, based in Little River, Banks Peninsula, is going against the grain,' reads a statement on Silo Stay's website.
The stunning farm property, renovated in 2012, is also one that showcases the best in eco-design.
Hot water and heat flow into each of the units through a specially designed gravity-fed wood pellet boiler.
This boiler, one that's at the forefront of sustainability, sits within its own custom designed silo with glazed panels that allow you to watch energy in the making.
In keeping with its drive towards environmental wellbeing, the property features LED lighting, offers a charging portal for Tesla vehicles, and waste is converted through an eco-friendly Biolytix wastewater treatment system via a "BioPod".
The pod harnesses the energy in the waste (including the sewage, toilet paper and food waste) to nourish Tiger worms that break down the waste.
And in case you have your heart set on become an hotelier with a twist - the business is for sale.
The nine units, plus the adjacent vacant commercial section of 881 metres-square, is on the currently on the market.
The deadline for sale by private treaty is 4pm, Thursday 12 July 2018.