Karamea Holiday Park is situated in a lovely sheltered native bush setting adjacent to Sandy estuary and close to the Karamea river. It is a great base for fishing and whitebaiting.
We have comfortable, reasonably priced motels, cabins, power and and tent sites. Also available is laundry, TV lounge, internet cafe, wireless broadband, shared kitchen, as well as toilets and showers for the non self contained accommodation options.John & Margaret MansellAddress: 67 Maori Point Road, Karamea 7893Phone: 03 782 6758 or 027 582 6158Email: email@example.comWebsite: http://karamea.com
Our 154 year old heritage building with modern facilities and beautiful gardens is a great place to base yourself while you explore the stunning Northern West Coast.
Denniston, The Old Ghost Road, Karamea and Punakaiki are all within easy reach for day trips, just relax in the hammocks, or go for a ride locally on our bicycles.
Only two blocks from all amenities on the main street. We have a mix of options available, from tent sites, dorm rooms, double or twin rooms with shared bathrooms or queen size en-suites.
Contact our friendly team for bookings.Jack Devine and Donna McLaughlinAddress: 72 Queen Street, WestportPhone: 03 789 7367Freephone: 0800 73 77 73Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.tripinn.co.nz
We are a short 10 minute walk from the main street, yet far enough away so that all of our guests can wake-up to the sound of the native birds. We are set in 5 hectares of West Coast native bush which is home to many native creatures and often the endangered Weka can be seen making their way around the camp.
All of our chalets are individual units, with varying facilities, from Standard Cabins to self-contained Chalets and Studio Motels. We can cater for disabilities and have full wheel-chair access 2 Bedroom Motels.
We also offer a range of sheltered tent sites and level, hard-based powered sites, all with ample space.
For your entertainment we can offer the tranquillity of native bush throughout the holiday park, a covered BBQ area, recreation room, a playground for the young ones and an 18 hole mini golf course for all ages.
This holiday park is the closest accommodation to the Solid Energy Sports Centre, which is ideal for sports groups and swimming.
We are centrally located within the town boundary for day trips to beaches, seal colony, Denniston, Old Ghost Road and Karamea.
Local information and bookings for adventure activities can be arranged.Margaret and RogerAddress: 37 Domett Street, Westport 7825Phone: 03 789 7043Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.westportholidaypark.co.nz
Situated right on the beachfront at Granity we offer luxury self-contained chalets to 4* plus. We also have comfortable budget travellers accommodation. You can take a stroll next door to our onsite restaurant/cafe Tommy Knockers where you can sit inside or out on the expansive deck enjoying our top class cuisine and the views of the Tasman Sea. We also have an onsite Bottle store and bar.PN & RG PerrottAddress: 117 Torea Street, GranityPhone: 03 782 8664Freephone: 0508 646 377Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.minersonsea.co.nz
Aotearoa as it used to be – lush, unspoiled and natural. Half an hour north of Westport on the doorstep of the Kahurangi National Park, Gentle-Annie is a coastal enclave with its own warm frost free microclimate. Bounded by the Tasman Sea, the mighty Mokihinui River and Nikau-fringed native bush, it is an excellent place to set up base and be rejuvenated and recharged.
We have 4 private, self-contained holiday homes, a backpacker style lodge, and a camping ground, all a stones throw from the ocean or river, with beautiful views of this stunning area.
Gentle Annie is 15 minutes from the world class Old Ghost Road mountain biking and walking track and within an hour of many scenic attractions of the Northern Buller Region – north to Kahurangi National Park, Heaphy Track, Oparara Valley with it’s Limestone Arches and Honeycomb Caves; and south to Charming Creek Walkway, Denniston Plateau, Cape Foulwind Seal Colony and Punakaiki Pancake Rocks. The region maintains much of its eccentricity and wilderness, offering an opportunity to get close to nature. If you’re a moutain biker, botanist, geologist, artist, beachcomber, fisherman, kayaker, cyclist, tramper and/or adventurer at heart, Gentle-Annie is a natural destination for you.Jesse and Jessica Paley-AtkinsAddress: Gentle Annie, 298 De Malmanches Road, Mokihinui, Westport 7891Phone: 03 782 1826 or 027 418 8587Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.gentleannie.co.nz
The Old Slaughterhouse is a unique micro-hydro-powered lodge 100 metres above the sea and surrounded by beautiful bush. Located only 25 min. north of Westport, we offer comfortable and affordable self-catering accommodation for up to 10 people. All rooms are surrounded by a large deck from which you can enjoy stunning views and sunsets over the Tasman Sea. There are many kilometres of unspoilt deserted beaches, beautiful rivers and fascinating walks just around the corner, like the Charming Creek Walkway, one of the South Islands top five short walks. If you love the outdoors, explore the numerous mountain bike trails in this area, such as the Old Ghost Road and the Heaphy Track or discover the region’s mining history by visiting the Denniston Mine.
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Your go to Hostel and Surf School in Westport, New Zealand with all types of accommodation, Surf NZ approved surf school with Level One and Two instructors, transport, paddle board hire, free sports equipment, free unlimited WIFI, MT bikes, and a full 24 hour gym. You will find great advice and a friendly atmosphere. We guarantee you will have fun.… stop in, you won’t want to leave 😉54 Russell St, WestportPhone: 03 789 6410Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.bazils.com