TravelPod Member ReviewsAkaroa Cottages
An oasis of calm to recover from the long journey from London. Very well equipped with comfortable bed. Just a few minutes drive from Akaroa centre, but with wonderful views over the harbour. The only negative point was that the Wifi signal was not good, so we could not access our emails.
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