Bay Vista Waterfront Motel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Bay Vista Waterfront Motel Picton
Travel Blogs from Picton
... quick walk around, visiting a stationery/book shop to buy some sketching materials for the kids. Then back on the road another half hour to Picton. We foudn the top 10 campsite quite easily and walked across the marina and the coat hanger bridge into the main town centre. We had lunch at the sister restaurant of where we had stopped earlier, Oxleys, a bar in an old building on the Marina front. We then had a wander through some shops including ...
... we set off for Hamilton early for us at 8am. However Rod having negotiated the boring town bits I took the wheel after two hours through the minor road route and we sped along! making it to Hamilton in very good time. We had time for a delicious lunch in Te Awamatu and hopefully I will be able to recreate the beef salad I had. We were grateful for Sally Sat Nav to find our hotel in the middle of Hamilton. First real traffic we've seen since leaving Wellington. Hotel was billed as ...
... little like a kiwi but with shorter beak and not so shy!
We also came across another famous dolphin, this one called Pelorus Jack, The White Dolphin of French Pass, who would meet ships and travel in their bow wake, first seen in 1888, and a frequent visitor for 30 years. He, like Opi, became a media star of his time, which led to the first act ...
... one and a titanic one. Fish and chips (again!) in the pub before going to a service of vespers with jazz! Sadly the jazz didn't really coordinate with the service and after an hour with only two thirds of the service complete we left early as washing and packing before departing for the ferry at 5.30am next day called. What a great weekend. Must come another year and do it all again! A real tribute to the resilience of Napier and the positives to spring from the earthquake ...
... lives on a hill you can only catch the bus off the main road so we had to walk for 20 minutes. She showed us that people had mini cable cars going up to their homes which were really high up on the mountain. The swimming pool had been there since the 1920's and it hadn't changed a great deal. There were photos of the place in 1920 in the entrance. It cost $7 to get in and that included the 'spa'. Basically a hot tub in the corner. Me and Noel did a couple ...