Beachfront Hotel Hokitika
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBeachfront Hotel Hokitika
Mill be able to sit on our verandah and watch the sun set over the beach.
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An early breakfast today as we had to be at the railway station by 08:00 to catch the Tranz-Alpine train from Christchurch to Greymouth on the west coast of South Island. The train was very modern and comfortable with large windows giving great visibility of the scenery. The train had an open carriage designed as a viewing platform and we went to …
Left Christchurch this morning - cloudy with prospect of rain for our drive over the Arthur's Pass. We had the odd shower and are now on the West Coast at Hokitika. Roads were once again very quiet - spectacular scenery and interesting road section especially after we crossed the high point and began the descent to the coast. Our hotel here the is …
... any special plans we had only one planned stop and the rest would only be as it comes. fortunately new zealand is just made for people like us because it has signs posted everywhere so you don't really need a map or anything you just need to drive and stop at a sign you like: a lake here, a scenic reserve there and lookout everywhere :)
the weather was great, well ...
A glorious day to wake up to and being able to see the mountains from the back window and the sea from the front window was pretty cool. It's Sunday, bacon butty day again and time to move on down the west coast. But first, close to us at Westport are two excursions. First the lighthouse at Cape Foulwind which was a 20 min walk from the car park. The second a seal colony also at Cape Foulwind but the other side of the headland. Again a 20 min ...
... local goldsmiths producing beautiful stuff and an amazing glass studio.
The Mozzie photo was a must; NZ may not have all the usual suspects... i.e.. leeches, ticks, snakes, spiders, fruit bats... but they sure make up for it with MOZZIES.
Single lane bridges; well we thought we were getting used to them until today when we found one we also had to share with trains! The Taramakau River Bridge. Well, not exactly share, the trains have right of ...