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TravelPod Member ReviewsBreakers Motel Whangamata
I have stayed here a few times & I love this place. It's clean & modern, not too pricey. The pool is great & easily accessible from the rooms. It's close to the highway but not noisy at all & is a great distance from the beach.
Love this place!
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... of thick lush green forests dipping down into gorges. All roads have limits on bends with bright yellow shevrons usually 85,75,65k but today it was 45,35,25 k so that shows the tightness of the bends and also the steepness both up and down. I preferred the down but that means up is just round the corner.we haven't got many pictures. I was driving and stopping points don't exit or are always on the wrong side of road! Chris was holding on tight but did enjoy some of the ...
... missed the sign!! It was a little way out of town up in the hills so the view we got was fab. It had its own private pool so we made the most of it sitting on the sun loungers relaxing. Sallie and David were great hosts and offer dinner as well so rather than drive into town we had some private dining with another couple!! The rooms were in lodges so we did have a staircase up to our room, the cases seem to be getting heavier! The lodge had ...
... fit,' and another sign saying, 'Taking laden bicycles is strongly discouraged.' I wish I'd taken photos of those signs so that you could how immediately my "She'll be right" thoughts came into question. But there was no turning back so we gritted our ...
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