Seddonville Hotel is situated 50kms north of Westport on the banks of the beautiful Mokihinui River and only 3.5kms from the Start/Finish of The Old Ghost Road cycle & tramping track. We offer full bar facility, free Wi-Fi, pool table, dart board and a warm open fire.
There are six Motel Units sleeping up to 18 people/three couples twelve singles or fifteen singles.
We also have a small shop for the little things you have left behind and we are the postal agent for the area.
The Sawmill Restaurant offers Plated Meals, Whitebait, Ham and Rib-eye Steaks, Mixed Grill, Chicken and Fish meals. Also a selection of Bar Snacks and Takeaways.
The area is steeped in West Coast history. Nearby are the Chasm and Charming Creek walkways along with the OGR track. Listen to the morning chorus of native birds. Take a walk along the nearby beach or do some surf casting. In the Mokihinui River you can fish for Trout and Whitebait (in season) or head off into the bush for hunting.
Take some time out to enjoy what life should be about.Graeme McKenzieAddress: 1 Queen Street, Seddonville, Buller 7837Phone: 03 7821828Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.seddonvillehotel.co.nz
Situated at the port end of the main street we have warm friendly staff to welcome you and make you feel at home right away. All you would expect from a hotel including a bar specializing in Speights products, full restaurant, 18 machine gaming room, affordable ensuited accommodation and a brilliant covered in beer garden with free pool tables set up and ready to go. Covered and lockable garaging for motorcycle groups or secure storage for visiting workers. Great accommodation rates especially for larger groups.
Ideal venue to base yourself from to enjoy all the things Buller has to offer including fishing, diving, bush walks, eco tours, rafting, caving as well as the recently opened ‘Old Ghost Road’ cycle/walkway. Courtesy coach available and staff that will go out of their way to make things happen for you and make your stay memorable. Weather permitting Barrie the boss is always looking for an excuse to take the boat out fishing and/or diving if you’re keen. Can’t wait to meet you!Barrie & Norma ForsythAddress: 39 Palmerston Street, WestportPhone: 03 789 6304 or 027 437 8201Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.mcmanushotel.co.nz
The Cosmopolitan hotel known affectionately as “The Cos”, is a third generation West Coast hotel owned & operated by the Pratt family, offering affordable and comfortable lodgings for all.
Whether on holiday, working in the area or just passing through, we supply a range of recently refurbished rooms all with ensuite. Delicious lunches and evening meals for your convenience.
With a very central location on Westport’s main street the hotel is only a short walk to all main services. Located directly opposite Westport’s historic Clocktower, brand new Coaltown Museum and Westport i-Site.
A great place for visitors to mingle with the locals, sit by the unique open fire or rest after a long days travelling.Glenn & Antoinette PrattAddress: 136 Palmerston St, WestportPhone: 03 789 6305Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.cosmopolitanhotel.co.nz
The Westport Motor Hotel is a leading accommodation provider in Westport with 27 studio units combined with onsite restaurant and bar facilities.
The recently renovated hotel complex has a 3.5 star rating while our restaurant can cater to all your dietary requirements with seating for up to 60 people with buffet and a’ la carte dining available.
Located on the main street of Westport our hotel offers you the perfect base to explore all that the Buller region has to offer as well as true West Coast hospitality.Aman and Preet DhillonAddress: 207 Palmerston Street, WestportPhone: 03 789 7889Freephone: 0800 500 989Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.westportmotorhotel.co.nz