Seaspray Motel

Address: 613 Thames Coast Road, RD5, The Coromandel, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 613 Thames Coast Road, RD5, The Coromandel, is near Driving Creek Railway and Potteries, Mercury Bay, and Cormandel Forest Park.
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        Travel Blogs from The Coromandel

        Wine wine and more wine.

        A travel blog entry by woodshed-abroad on Apr 27, 2015

        7 photos

        ... would be a memorable one. Waves got a little rough right out of the bay and the scenery was dramatic as was the rolling of the ship. We had had a cooked breakfast on the wharf an hour before at Valentinos Gelato, an icecream bar that seemed to be the best breakfast option for those taking early ferries. Not that we were going anywhere early, our ferry left at 10am. The ferry itself has a cafe and bar for ...

        Getting Ready to Begin (Blaik)

        A travel blog entry by blaik on Mar 10, 2015


        ... hotels, travel insurance etc. - simply pick up the phone/access the website, choose what you want and hand over your credit card. The bigger challenges are the tasks you need someone else to buy into - selling a business, renting our house and finding someone to look after cars and our cat. The rest is simply logistics - getting email instead of paper mail, getting our vaccinations and visas, sorting out phone plans and so on...

        It is easy ...

        Thames to Coromandel

        A travel blog entry by randcinaotearoa on Nov 06, 2014

        22 photos

        ... In the distance there was a large waterfall' which they dammed up, floated the logs and then opened the dam!!!! Well you can imagine 100 logs careering over the precipice' into the river below and hurtling down the river!!! Bridges and buildings were destroyed and only 10% of the logs survived!! Crazy!!!! They then tried to control the logs with a series of booms, and eventually had to winch the logs down. Horses were used to transport supplies, and steps were etched ...

        Cathedral Cove & Hot Water Beach

        A travel blog entry by beaky on Aug 29, 2014

        10 photos

        ... Cove was beautiful with it’s white sand beach and iconic arch framing the white rock in the ocean.

        This spot is a very popular walk and attraction but luckily because we left quite early (and it was a weekday) the beach was very quiet with only a couple of other tourists. After a while of enjoying the beauty and the cave, the clouds disappeared and the sun came out to shine down on the cove. We thought the bay was pretty before, ...

        Warning, Turn Around When Possible

        A travel blog entry by themossfamily on Aug 10, 2014

        1 comment, 7 photos

        ... we must have looked… interesting?? Never-the-less, we headed back to our van to freshen up before heading out for the day on a scenic drive to Coromandel Town. There are two routes you can take, one being the 309 road, which clearly states on the maps ‘not for caravans’. However, Mike believed as we were in a campervan and not a caravan we would be ok. And so with taking the advice of a local of “usually it is ok for campervans ...