Ascot Park Hotel

Address: Corner Tay Street and Racecourse Road, Invercargill, South Island, 9840, New Zealand | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Corner Tay Street and Racecourse Road, Invercargill, is near Toetoes Bay.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsAscot Park Hotel Invercargill

    Reviewed by fistnz

    Great Hotel

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    Reviewed by sandjtravels

    Motel rooms in need of refurbishment

    Reviewed Nov 15, 2014
    by (28 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Hotel is on the highway with a number of basic motel rooms. The rest has been refurbished, the motel rooms need the updating.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Ascot Park Hotel Invercargill

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    Travel Blogs from Invercargill

    Plan B - Invercargill

    A travel blog entry by sandjtravels on Nov 15, 2014

    Due to the awful weather we decided to travel to Invercargill for the next night. It is very close to the ferry to Stewart island the following morning and I had read that Invercargill has a Scottish heritage and had some interesting things to see. With plan A, we wouldn't have spent any time there. We spoke to a lady at the Information centre who …

    The Deep South

    A travel blog entry by explorewithemma on May 23, 2015

    12 photos

    ... which is pretty much what everyone else did as well, so I was not alone. We did stop off at quite a few interesting stop offs on the way at the beautiful Lake Moturau and McCrackens rest. In Invercargill itself, we had a look around the museum in town, which claims to house the last living dinosaur, the Tuatara, which looks like a small lizard. (http://www.southlandmuseum.com). They are an endemic species to New Zealand and of great interest to scientists because they ...

    Invercargill//Queenstown

    A travel blog entry by expendabelles on Apr 18, 2015

    ... I was declared 'healthy'. I tell the nurses that we're leaving but there's no hope of that since they're now telling me that I'd be going against medical advice and wouldn't be insured. Brilliant. So we're now essentially stuck in A&E for the foreseeable future. I have my blood test yet draw the line at that, refuse to be on a drip again. We now have to wait for the results so Madre fills me in on all the goss at home that I've missed whilst we wait. The ...

    Day 36 - Waitangi Day

    A travel blog entry by lauriesecapades on Feb 06, 2015

    8 photos

    ... of course, spectacular, although my pics don't do it justice. We went to a vantage point to take our pics and discovered that someone had connected Pau Shells in long strings at the edges of the pathway, it must have looked incredible to start with but unfortunately several of these beautiful shells had been been broken up by careless others! We continued along the coast for many kilometres until we finally stopped for lunch at Maiaki Falls, although the weather was too wet to take ...

    The very South

    A travel blog entry by gerty581 on Oct 24, 2014

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... which turned into limestone rock). Yet more plate crushing forced them back up again and finally ice age glaciers (five in the case of Milford Sound) carved out the big crevices (they are fiords or fjords, despite being called Sounds). Wow busy time.

    As you can probably guess our mate Captain Cook was the first European to visit Fiordland in 1773, but he sailed past Milford Sound twice as its entrance is at right angles to the coast. But his maps and descriptions ...