Alpine Lodge Motel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlpine Lodge Motel Hanmer Springs
Lovely staff, friendly motel. Great for the kids and I. I could have stood slightly thicker walls though. It's a drag when you have to wait for your neighbours on both sides to go to sleep before you can....:-(
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... It's also the entrance to a major NP so despite the small town vibe and local holiday traditions, it's packed with like-minded travelers coming and going everyday. I was blessed to meet some amazing souls who taught me a lot about myself and helped me through some good and not-so-good days. I spent my first summer Christmas here with complete strangers that I now consider friends. The last few days I will spend ...
... We had a look at the map to decide where we wanted to go, we had been told by Toms uncle Hanmer Springs was a good place and it wasn't far away so we decided on this.. Excellent choice!! We set off, the journey was amazing the scenery was epic, close your eyes and imagine winding roads, hills up to the sky, and mountains in the background. The sky was the lightest blue in colour, the hills are the greenest green and where we crossed the streams it was bright turquoise. ...
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... trees runs along most of the southern side of the main street. The thermal pools, a spa, the tourist information office, and a historic hospital are on the other side of the park. With forests all around the town and mountains off in the distance, it is a very bucolic setting. We opted for a campground situated in the forests 2km outside of town.
We had a few hiccups with the campervan those first few days. The chemical toilet we rented leaked, thankfully ...
... the park until 5.45 then get some shopping. Everything in the four square supermarket is a lot more expensive. Even bread is double the price. A lesson for us to ensure we stock up on the essentials (wine/beer).
A large group of youngsters from the air corps are camped almost opposite us but after a bit of loud music everything is peaceful. A lovely night sleep on our electric blankets.