Best Western 555 On Bayview
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western 555 On Bayview Dunedin
A very clean and nice motel. It is conveniently located. It is easy to get from the motel to the downtown sites. It is also easy to get to the St. Clair Beach.
I would definitely recommend the hotel. I will stay there again if I return to Dunedin.
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We began the day with breakfast at a nursery and garden store of all things. Nichol's Garden Centre was just a couple of blocks from our motel. At the rear of the store was a wonderful café. I had eggs Benedict. That dish is one of the oddities I have found in New Zealand; it is available in every restaurant at which we have had breakfast. I do not …
It was nearing 15:00 when we finally made our motel in Dunedin. Not long after checking in, Leslie, Hillary, and I decided to go to St. Clair Beach. A taxi deposited us there quickly. It was not very far from our motel.
The taxi dropped us near The Hydro building. The ground floor of the building houses The Esplanade restaurant. It is an …
... it was some time before a Dr came to see him, and I must say that both the nurse and the Dr were very friendly, with a lovely 'bedside manner'. About 3pm I decided to go home, and get some packing done, as we are meant to be leaving tomorrow morning. John was waiting to have an x ray, and who knew how long that would take??
The wind was so fierce it was blowing the car as I drove home along the motorway.
We eventually received a text from John to say he was ready to come ...
... ever seen wind so strong, and there was driving rain, hail, and leaves and blossoms flying everywhere. A big flash of lightning and one clap of thunder added to the storm. We were glued to the window watching the maelstrom. Then the power went off!
It wasn’t heaps long before it died down enough for us to make a dash for the car. We were also taking Daphne home. Things had calmed down a lot, but the roads were strewn with leaf and twig debris. ...
... I was looking, the next stop was the South Pole! (No wonder the wind was biting cold!) We headed to a small peak which I nicknamed Conehenge, as literally we walked up a cone shaped hill strewn with rocks. It was a great look out to the bay below and the surrounding countryside. The scenery here is so epic that it can be hard to take it all in sometimes. In addition, the wind was blowing very strongly when we walked up the hill, reaching gale-style proportions (!) when we ...