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Rates shown in New Zealand Dollars (NZ$) & are tax inclusive per room. Booking fees apply
Napier boasts up to 10 inbound flights daily from Auckland and with the airport a 10 minute drive and we will be happy to arrange self-drive or chauffeured transport to and from McHardy Lodge and during your visit.
If you are driving from the north or from the airport (turn right at airport exit), follow State Highway 50a until you reach the first roundabout. Turn left into Prebensen Drive.
Continue driving until you reach the second roundabout and go straight ahead into Hyderabad Road. Keeping the base of Napier Hill on your immediate left, carry on until you come into Carlyle Street - through a 'Give Way' sign at the left of the traffic lights.
The second turn on the left is Chaucer Road (South), which turns sharply up the hill about half way up. Continue up this steep rise to the top. Turn left into Napier Terrace and then immediately right again into the continuation of Chaucer Road (North).
First on the right is George Street and Bracken Street is first on the right. You will see McHardy Lodge on the left.
Arriving from the South, follow the Northern Expressway (State Highway 50a) into the outskirts of Napier. Turn right into Prebensen Drive at the second large roundabout. Continue from * above.
Driving times and distances to Hawke's Bay:
From Auckland - 5.5 hours (460km)
From Rotorua - 3 hours (220km)
From Taupo - 2 hours (145km)
From Wellington - 3.5 hours (305km)
Off-street car parking
|Things To Do||
Golf Courses, including Cape Kidnappers;
Cape Kidnappers - home to the largest mainland gannet colony nesting site;
Wineries; over 70 including the oldest in New Zealand;
National Aquarium with kiwi house;
Fishing - charter and trout;
Art Deco Architecture;
Hikes, biking tours;
Museums and Art Galleries.