Anchorage Motel Apartments
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Photos of Anchorage Motel Apartments
TravelPod Member ReviewsAnchorage Motel Apartments Te Anau
Very good for the price. This was an older motel that had obviously had some significant renovations done - and done well. It was away from the town centre so was quiet.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Anchorage Motel Apartments Te Anau
Travel Blogs from Te Anau
We were up early for the bus trip to Milford Sound. Although we were last to be picked up there were plenty of seats. The bus had big windows allowing for a really good view. It's a two hour drive. There were a couple of stops along the way - the first for a toilet break. The second was for a short walk along a mirror lake. On the way up to the …
Good thing I like driving! The drive from Queenstown to Te Anu was quite a long one. Te Anu was very small but had some recent developments which seemed a bit out of place. We had booked a trip on Milford Sound. It's a long drive from Te Anu to Milord Sound and at the time of the year we were there - you had to carry snow chains. While looking …
Tuesday 15 March, Queenstown to Te Anau
We leave most of our clothes and bags at the St James Apartments before driving 2 hours south to the little town of Te Anau. On the way we stop at the village of Athol for lunch at the Brown Trout Café.
Te Anau is our pickup point for the Hollyford Track so we only take what we need on the …
... which is one the best so far), preparing for our three day tramp through the Kepler Mountains, which we start out tomorrow. Jessica is a little nervous about 3 full days of tramping with a loaded pack, but its good practice for the Himalaya! That is called foreshadowing..... 1. It is actually a fiord due to it being carved by a glacier and not by a river. The first guy got it wrong but by the time they figured it out 'sound' had squatters ...
... ahead of you as you walk along. We also spotted many varieties of Dragonfly and many birds we didn't recognise. Reaching Shallow Bay we stopped for a rest and to take in the scenery. We were the only people in the Bay which emphasised the remoteness of the park. On return to our car we drove into Te Anu for some shopping before heading back to our cottage for a relaxing ...