Blue Water Motel

213 Main Rd., Tairua, The Coromandel, North Island, 3508, New Zealand | Hotel
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBlue Water Motel Tairua

    Reviewed by rubin

    Clean, convenient, comfortable!

    Reviewed Mar 21, 2013
    by (14 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    We had such a great stay here that I couldn't wait to write a review. While we did not get to meet the lovely Natasha, Paul was definitely lovely, helpful, informative, friendly, and flexible. This is a great location, very close to incredible scenery, restaurants, grocery store, and playgrounds. We stayed in a 2 bedroom apartment which was not roomy but functional and extremely clean. The kitchenette was well stocked. We were very impressed how thoroughly the room was cleaned each day. Being able to borrow shovels and towels for nearby Hot Water Beach was great. The kids loved warming up in the spa pool. Plenty of room for hanging wet clothing outside was yet another bonus. While it was pricier than some other options, we're extremely happy that we stayed here.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Blue Water Motel Tairua

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    Travel Blogs from Tairua

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    A travel blog entry by ouradventure14 on Mar 29, 2014

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    We took the highway loop around the Coromandel Peninsula before getting to our next stop in whitianga and stopped on the way at the Driving Creek Railway (a certain daddy would be impressed here!).

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    I can spot a couple of holes in your story

    A travel blog entry by philandmups on Feb 18, 2014

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    ... to the top of Mt Paatu for a stunning view of the local beaches and tidal estuary below. Tairua seemed the like the perfect place to slow down for a few days. The hostel overlooked the bay and positively encouraged you to do very little. But with the east coast beaches so close, we did have a go at body-boarding on Ocean Beach. Unlike in Bondi, these waves were a little kinder, and the beach a little emptier, so we pretended like we ...

    Sunday at the Cathedral

    A travel blog entry by mhwalktheearth on Feb 09, 2014

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    ... slightly better when we left, but not much.

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    Traveling, The Blue Mountains and Sydney

    A travel blog entry by lucystu on Jan 21, 2014

    11 photos

    ... than the bright white you see in the photographs. We did exclaim on a number of occasions that it looked better in photographs. Anyway I can't complain too much, the sun came out and we spent two days on Manly beach. Manly seems to be the surfers escape from the business centre of Sydney, there is certainly a cool vibe with a lot of young foreigners working down there, as opposed to the business men and women in downtown ...

    Hot Water Beach - hard labour!!

    A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96 on Dec 23, 2013

    9 photos

    ... for it is that hot rocks beneath the section of the beach heat up the underlying water that is brought in by the tide, so, at low tide (midday), you can dig up a spa pool of your own and sit in the hot water. We rented a spade and Doug started digging before we realised that we didn't get any hot water so we started digging another hole that just about started to warm up! Still, both of us had to ...