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Raglan Kopua Holiday Park - Raglan Hotels

Raglan Kopua Holiday Park

61 Marine Parade, Raglan - Map
 
 
"Affordable for families "
Cabin very tidy and able to accomodate family of 4....cheaper than motel! good facilities, excellent staff at check in. Will definitely be back.
Traveller from Taranaki
Raglan Sunset Motel - Raglan Hotels

Raglan Sunset Motel

7 Bankart Street, Raglan - Map
 
 
"Perfect location "
A very handy location, walking distance to town centre and easy to find, close to lots of quirky eateries and gorgeous craft shops. Friendly, helpful staff who were willing to answer any questions. Quiet, clean,safe and secure facility. My family was made to feel welcome and we will definitely visit again...
A Traveller
Waoku Lodge - Raglan Hotels

Waoku Lodge

51A Whaanga Road, RD3, Raglan - Map
 
 
4.7 out of 5 (43 reviews)
Our Beach House - Raglan Hotels

Our Beach House

16 Upper Wainui Road, Raglan - Map
 
 
Hidden Valley Luxury Retreat - Raglan Hotels

Hidden Valley Luxury Retreat

3205 State Highway 23, Raglan - Map
 
 
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Solscape

611 Wainui Road, Raglan - Map
 
 

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    Accommodation In Raglan

    In Raglan you can catch a wave, climb a mountain, walk to a waterfall or simply kick back with a coffee. Not bad for a small town on New Zealand’s North Island! A seaside community famous for its black sand beaches, Raglan is worth going out of the way for if you really want a laidback holiday destination. Book your Raglan hotel with us to experience it.

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    History

    Local Maori people originally called this town Whaingaroa (“the long pursuit”). The first Europeans to settle the area were missionaries James and Mary Wallis in 1835, and in 1858, the town’s name was changed to Raglan.

    Things to do

    If you’re a surfer, get to The Point! The Point, also known as Manu Bay, was featured in the surfing movie Endless Summer and is rumoured to have the world’s longest left-hand break. Ngarunui Beach is a safe beach for swimmers and less experienced surfers. Both beaches feature Raglan’s black volcanic sand, which makes for a striking combo of colours next to the green hills and brilliant blue sea.

    Raglan is also great for walks. If you don’t mind a three-hour trek, take the trip to the top of Mt. Karioi. The views of the rolling countryside and ocean make it worthwhile, and on clear days you can even see the tops of other mountains. If you want something a little less strenuous, there are several other walks in the Raglan area. Bridal Veil Falls is a towering waterfall in the middle of a forest filled with tawa trees, and a 25-minute drive out of town will get you there.

    Raglan also has a live music scene, with bars and venues hosting touring musicians and even open-mic nights. Check them out and you may see the next Lorde in action.

    Shopping and dining

    On top of being lined with palm trees, the streets of Raglan’s town centre also feature fashion, arts and crafts and gift shops, hip and relaxed cafes, and succulent restaurants.

    Getting here

    Book your cheap flight to Hamilton and Raglan accommodation with us to get started. From Hamilton you can catch a bus to Raglan or hire a car. Wot could be easier? Surf’s up!

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