Directly at the Northern trailhead of The Old Ghost Road lies a special wilderness accommodation experience. Top off your adventure at Rough and Tumble Bush Lodge. We offer deeply comfortable accommodations, hearty meals, cordial hosting (with a range of local West Coast beer and NZ wines), and as keen mountain bikers and trampers we’re ready to help you make the most of your Old Ghost Road plans. Or simply stay with us while you’re experiencing the amazing northern West Coast, from our wild bush and beaches, to mountains and rivers, the incredible Oparara Arches, to the renowned Charming Creek Walkway.
Our rooms comfortably accommodate up to four, with beds both in the upstairs lofts and down. Perfect for biking and tramping groups, couples, and families. Relax in front of our big stone fireplace or on the sun-drenched deck, overlooking the pristine Mokihinui River. We look forward to seeing you.Susan Cook and Marion ‘Weasel’ BoatwrightAddress: Mokihinui Road, Seddonville. At the northern trailhead of The Old Ghost Road.Phone: 03 782 1337Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.roughandtumble.co.nz
Discover the affordable luxury and comfort of Cape Foulwind’s owner-hosted Omau Settlers Lodge Motel, built to the character of yesteryear.
Guests can enjoy a warm welcome and total tranquility in beautiful surroundings.
Separated from the main lodge are eight well-appointed king studios, each positioned to give guests maximum privacy. All studios are furnished to the highest standard with crafted rimu features, super comfortable beds, seating area & desk to create an atmosphere of comfort and relaxation. With patio doors at either end of your studio you can enjoy stunning scenery of the Paparoa ranges or spectacular sunsets across the Tasman sea.
Included in your stay is a complimentary continental breakfast, guest lounge, use of the outdoor hot tub (set amongst native bush), outside seating and a BBQ area.
Omau Settlers Lodge is a short walk to the beach and stunning Cape Foulwind Walkway. It is also situated next to the Star Tavern which is well known for friendly locals and good honest pub meals.
Omau Settlers Lodge is your ideal base for an extended stay to explore the untamed natural wilderness of the West Coast, South Island, New Zealand. The Cape Foulwind Walkway & Seal Colony is a five minute drive; and the popular Denniston Plateau, Charming Creek Walkway, Punakaiki Pancake Rocks & Blowholes & Underworld Adventures (Cave Rafting & Glow Worms) are all within a half hour drive from the lodge. Restaurants, shops, service stations & supermarkets are a ten minute drive from Omau Settlers Lodge in nearby Westport town.
All reservation enquiries welcome. Contact Us.Karen & Lee ForsmanAddress: 2 Omau Road, RD2 Cape Foulwind, Westport 7892Phone: 03 789 5200 or 027 789 5200Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.omausettlerslodge.co.nz
We offer centrally located, affordable Bed and Breakfast accommodation with the opportunity to relax and experience a family home environment during your time in Westport.
2 guest bedrooms, each with private bathroom facilities, cater for a max. 2 guests in each room.
The Annexe has a Super King sized bed that can be split into 2 singles, tea and coffee making facilities, fridge, TV, a well appointed bathroom and a private outdoor seating area.
The Wisteria Room has a Queen sized bed with private bathroom suite located right next to the bedroom and a private outdoor seating area.
Continental breakfast, with a cooked option as required, is included in our tariff and served in the dining room. Free WiFi is available to our guests.
Westport provides a great base from which to explore the historic attractions and outdoor adventure experiences. There is an abundance of walking tracks to discover in and around Westport, best to stay 2 days or more to soak up the magnificent nature and our unique culture.
We look forward to meeting you.Jan & Ian StevensonAddress: 76 Queen Street, WestportPhone: 03 789 8543Freephone: 0800 673 619Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.havenlee.co.nz
Rediscover the natural world in this private 20-hectare oasis, ideal for a romantic getaway or a restorative weekend. Indulge in a holistic massage, soak in the outdoor Spa high above a river valley cascading through native forest to the ocean. It’s a luxury Punakaiki accommodation in heartland wilderness, yet easily accessible by air or road, only 2km from State Highway 6 and 20 minutes from Westport and the famous Punakaiki Pancake Rocks… but it feels a lifetime away.
The whiff of fresh baked bread, homemade conserves, real espresso, our own organic fruit and produce: breakfasts at Birds Ferry Lodge are legendary.
Enjoy superb cuisine and wines hosted at the Lodge, or delivered to the self-contained Ferryman’s Cottage as a breathtaking sunset gives way to the absolute quiet of evening. You’ll wake to the bellbird’s song and if you are lucky a Kiwi!
Venture out to explore a wild landscape steeped in Maori and European history, or curl up by the fire with a book and a glass of wine, to the sigh of the ocean. No live television, no landline, no clocks, but with many small luxuries and a commitment to the environment, it’s the perfect retreat for indulgent relaxation.Alison and Andre GygaxAddress: 163 Birds Ferry Road, SHW6, Westport 7892Phone: 03 429 1604 or 021 33 7217Freephone: 0800 33 72 33Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.birdsferrylodge.co.nz