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

    Geysers and Maori culture

    A travel blog entry by nette2207 on Feb 22, 2015

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    ... a distance. Barry will have got some good film hopefully from his close view point. Next stop on the whirlwind tour is only 10 minutes away as we pick up our coach to take us to the Tamaki village to see more of the culture, learn some of the history and experience a wonderful hangi dinner. Roast chicken, fish, mussels, kumara, potatoes, carrots with various sauces or gravy followed by steamed pudding and custard or ...

    A walking day

    A travel blog entry by ruthweeden on Nov 24, 2014

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    ... to Hot Water Beach. Here when the tide goes out, people appear carrying spades to dig them self a hole, close to a very large rock on the beach. The hole has to be rather large so that water fills up from the bottom that is actually very hot hence the name! How time flies when you are enjoying yourself, on our way home (back to the RV park as our home was with us) we stopped off to buy some meat for the barbie, and stopped at The Pour Inn for a quick vodie and ...

    Cathedral Cove & Hot Water Beach

    A travel blog entry by beaky on Aug 29, 2014

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    ... 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, ...

    Whitianga...

    A travel blog entry by kalie on Aug 18, 2014

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    ... the beginning of the day was really nice, and mannn was it beautiful. It added about 2 hours to my travel time, since the road through Te Urewara national park is all gravel, and the lookout is a 45 minute walk, but it was SO worth it. Seriously, this park is gorgeous. There were also caves, which I decided not to explore alone.

    So I got to Whitianga, collected some rouge travellers, and 5 of us drove down to hot water beach ...

    Coromandel

    A travel blog entry by lilianbrett on Apr 12, 2014

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    Saturday 12th April I once again awoke with a stinking hangover and dragged myself to my 8am bus to the Coromandel region. After one bus change and a couple of hours feeling sorry for myself I arrived in the town of Hahei in the late morning. The sun was out and I hotfooted it to the world famous Cathedral Cove which is at the end of a 30minute coastal track. At the start of the track I noticed an ambulance and 5 minutes in a lady was being carried up the track on a stretcher by ...