Parklands Motel

Address: 16 Mokoroa St., Te Anau, South Island, New Zealand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 16 Mokoroa St., Te Anau, is near Routeburn Track.
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        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Kitchenette
        • Free parking

        TravelPod Member ReviewsParklands Motel Te Anau

        Reviewed by luvlifetravel

        Friendly and best nights sleep on comfy beds

        Reviewed Apr 21, 2014
        by (6 reviews) Adelaide , Australia Flag of Australia

        Fast and friendly check in. Our room was a big family room which would possibly accomodate upto 5 people. We had a well stocked kitchen ready for home cooked meals and the beds were super comfy. Heats worked well and the place was very clean. Te Anau is small and easy to get around. The Parkview Motel is only a block away from the main drag.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        TripAdvisor Reviews Parklands Motel Te Anau

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Te Anau

        Is that the (Milford) Sound of nature calling?

        A travel blog entry by marystrasburger on Nov 03, 2015

        4 comments, 14 photos

        ... pretty and somewhat different city to the ones we had stayed in. We saw the railway station and the prison building, and these and a number of others were very decorative buildings and it had more of a feel of an older and more historic city than say Wellington or Auckland. It would be on our list to see next time we come!

        The rest of the journey as far as Te Anau was more of the same beautiful scenery as already described, travelling east to west and inland, so no ...

        The Steep Learning Curve

        A travel blog entry by aussiekiwi on Oct 09, 2015

        2 photos

        ... of theory sessions before departing for Te Anau. We stopped for a quick shoot on multiple exposures.

        We headed out again, stopping for lunch before three more location shoots. Applying some new and knowledge about camera technique and photo composition meant pushing my own ability, and recognising improvements that I will really make a difference in ...

        Sublime (bis)

        A travel blog entry by maa3 on Sep 27, 2015

        10 comments, 12 photos

        ... the skie was full of grey clouds. Moreover, when I drove to Manapouri where the cruise to Doubtful Sound was starting, there was so much fog on the road that I thought it more careful to put the car's lights on.( and make sur to drive on the right side of the road, ah ah ). To get to Doubtful Sound, one has to take a first boat that cross the great Lake Manapouri where a bus is waiting to take the passengers across the forest on a half hour drive to Doubtful Sound. ...

        Beachcombing for Gems

        A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Mar 27, 2015

        9 photos

        ... what type they are. Driving on, we went through the interesting town of Tuatapere before arriving at Clifden Suspension Bridge. We left the car in the car park and walked over the old wooden bridge suspended by rusty cables. The bridge is over 111 metres in span and was completed in 1899, much to the delight of travellers who had previously had to punt over the river. As we entered Fiordland, the hedgerow birds seemed unused to ...

        Milford Day 1- Queenstown to Glade House

        A travel blog entry by themaggiej on Mar 24, 2015

        21 photos

        ... first hiking adventure. How lucky were they to be out of school and about to embark on what is described as the 'world's finest walk'. They were definitely relishing the fact they were out of school and we were pleased we did not have to share a lodge with this group of exuberant, giggling teenagers.

        The Milford Track was established by explorer Quintin McKinnon in the 1880's. It is 53.5km in length. During the summer season of late October ...