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The Duke of Marlborough Hotel - Russell Hotels

The Duke of Marlborough Hotel

35 The Strand, Russell - Map
"Such a great couple of days relaxing "
such a great hotel. amazing staff, the food is incredibly delicious, the service is 5 stars, location by the sea is perfect. i travelled by myself for a couple of days. it was super relaxing, easy going and such a rememberable couple of days. Thank you guys! amazing job
A Traveller
Dating back to 1827, The Duke of Marlborough Hotel is a gorgeous Northland 4 star guest house accommodation in Russell, NZ …More
Motel Russell - Russell Hotels

Motel Russell

16 Matauwhi Road, Russell - Map
"Sweet little motel, comfortable, clean, friendly "
Lovely friendly manager, clean, close to water front, restaurants/ bars highly recommend
A Traveller
Offering you a budget alternative to a hotel whilst maintaining high standards and a warm welcome, the Motel Russell in the …More
Russell Top 10 Holiday Park - Russell Hotels

Russell Top 10 Holiday Park

1 James Street, Russell - Map
Hananui Lodge and Apartments - Russell Hotels

Hananui Lodge and Apartments

4 York Street, Russell - Map
"Very pleasing discovery"
Started out a bit shaky but by the end we were more than impressed with John & Rohna and how they strive to please. No hesitation in recommending the resort.
Traveller from Melbourne
Whether you're looking for a romantic escape or an action-packed holiday, Northland's historic town of Russell has it all. …More
Bellrock Lodge - Russell Hotels

Bellrock Lodge

22 Chapel Street, Russell - Map
Lorraine and Peter went out of their way to make our stay unbelievable. Always concerned for our comfort and well-being. They have an extraordinary knowledge of the local area and were always there to assist us in planning daily events. The room was outstanding and the view spectacular.
Traveller from Sydney
Russell Cottages - Russell Hotels

Russell Cottages

16 Chapel Street, Russell - Map
"Amazing views from all rooms. awesome value. "
Amazing views. Very clean! Very friendly manager. Fantastic location only a short walk to the lovely boardwalk with shops and bars and restaurants etc. Excellent free wifi. Decor is a little dated but totally appropriate for the price. The perfect getaway location. Hassle free.
Traveller from sydney
Titore Lodge - Russell Hotels

Titore Lodge

32 Titore Way, Russell - Map
"Nice stay "
We had a lovely stay here for 3 days. Our room was decorated beautiful, big comfy queen bed, and very clean, however because we were staying underneath the main house/living area, the noise of footsteps upstairs was quite loud in our room. Also the shower was poor... water pressure was not good.
A Traveller
Tiki Tiki Ora - Russell Hotels

Tiki Tiki Ora

22 Lichen Grove, Russell - Map
"Very comfortable accommodation with sensational vi"
We had 1 night with Angelique and Mark. They were there to welcome us and offer us lots of suggestions for walks and dining options. Our room had the most spectacular views over the Bay of Islands. We watched the sun go down from our veranda sipping a glass of wine. They both went out of their way to make our stay an enjoyable one. Even little things like booking a meal in Russell in case we did not have a reservation and organising to pay online the highway tolls that we had completely forgotten to do. Very kind people.
Traveller from Point Lonsdale, Australia
Russell-Orongo Bay Holiday Park - Russell Hotels

Russell-Orongo Bay Holiday Park

5960 Russell Road, Russell - Map
"Nice place, lovely town. "
Nice, clean and cheap. Long way from main town. Transport required.
A Traveller
Ounuwhao Harding House - Russell Hotels

Ounuwhao Harding House

16 Hope Ave, Russell - Map
4.8 out of 5 (6 reviews)

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    Accommodation In Russell

    Our Russell accommodation is positioned to allow you to soak up the atmosphere of this small historic seaside village. Russell Kororareka is a small, seaside village on a peninsula in the eastern Bay of Islands. Since the 1700s it has provided a haven for visitors, offering shelter and hospitality.

    Our Russell hotels makes a great base for appreciating the art, culture and historical signficance of the area. Because of its relatively remote location it retains an island quality and a charm that reflects the tranquillity of earlier times. Despite this, it is a vibrant, cosmopolitan community that attracts visitors from New Zealand and all over the world - some of whom have chosen to make Russell their home.

    Its sense of community is evident from the pride in supporting its local school, the number of volunteers that help out with a wide range of activities from sport through to manning of local clubs. Visitors will quickly discover that this community is a special place that welcomes all comers and makes them feel at home.

    Russell/Kororareka's colourful and varied past makes it unique in New Zealand. The sea runs through its history from Maori waka to whaler, coastal steamer to game fish launch, yacht to tour boat.

    Despite good road access the peninsula still has an island quality and a sense that history and heritage are treasured. It is a community that welcomes visitors and new residents but keeps its village flavour.

    The settlement, nestled between green headlands, shows signs of its past in street names and building styles. The wharf, built originally in 1879 is still the main route into the town. Before road access was put through in the 1930s visiting steamers tied up here as they brought supplies and travellers.

    Buildings line the waterfront still - many historic like the Duke of Marlborough hotel (the 4th on the site) and the Victorian Gothic Customhouse (now our police station). At the south end of the waterfront sits Pompallier House, site of the first Roman Catholic Mission to New Zealand. Established in 1842 it is now restored to its original French Lyonnaise style, the only one of its type in the country. Leather making, printing and bookbinding can be seen once again.

    One street inland Pompallier's "rival" the Anglican Christ Church is the oldest existing church in New Zealand and has also been restored - except for the musket ball holes in the old weatherboards, visible reminder of the fierce fighting near the church during the 1845 Battle of Kororareka. Above the town on Maiki (the high place) Hill stands a flagstaff, originally the symbol of British authority and cause of conflict between Maori and the British which led to 1845's battle. It flies New Zealand's original flag twelve days a year.

    Settlement has spread during the twentieth century to the outskirts of the town - Long beach/Oneroa, Matauwhi, Tapeka, Te Wahapu but on headlands, in valleys and on the coast evidence still exists of earlier Maori occupation. Our Russell hotel accommodation is perfect for enjoying all the area has to offer