"The West Coast is a must during your visit to NZ"
We stay at Punikaiki Resort every year to celebrate our wedding anniversary. It's like being on honeymoon again. Great views, peaceful, good service. Have tried other places in other towns, but never as relaxing.
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This Punakaiki property is located near Pancake Rocks. Another area point of interest is Paparoa National Park. …More
We stayed at Scenicland Motel at Greymouth for 2 nights. Great base to explore the beautiful west coast. The facilities were terrific, freshly painted, very comfortable bed and great shower. It s very close to a large supermarket so easy to stock up if you want to self cater. But there is also a good pub within easy walking distance with an excellent restaurant. Bronwyn was a great host, made us feel very welcome. We were late coming back on the first night as we had travelled all the way down the the coast to Franz Joseph Glacier (awesome, must do!) and came back to a lovely warm unit as Bronwyn had turned the heating on for us. We would highly recommend staying at Scenicland Motel.
Good value for money hotel. Centrally located. Clean but room was dark & hotel did feel slightly dated. Great breakfast & dinner. Nice atmosphere in bar with warm fire, we ordered off the restaurant menu & ate dinner in here. Kids menu available.
Our Greymouth hotels allow you to go in search of the precious Greenstone which is the major feature of Greymouth.
Forged by the early Maori in search of precious greenstone, by the spirit of the 1860's gold rush and by the development of road and rail links, the central region is rich in history.
Greymouth is the major town on the West Coast, boasting a range of our quality Greymouth accommodation.
Explore the shops from small specialty and tourist shops to national chain stores. Restaurants, cafes and bars provide a hub for entertainment.
Stay in our Greymouth hotels and enjoy an enticing range of activities only minutes from the town centre, including the Art Gallery, History House and the walk on the flood wall which protects the town from the mighty Grey River.
It is also the terminus for the famous Tranz Alpine train from Christchurch and a busy centre for coaches and shuttles taking visitors on tours to other destinations on the West Coast and onto Nelson.