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Grafton Cottage & Chalets - Thames Hotels

Grafton Cottage & Chalets

304 Grafton Road, Thames - Map
"unique country-feel location with view"
top class hosts, nice touch welcome tray (cookies and unique drink, yum-yum) nice location with view, cute well furnished chalet, liked to stay longer.
Traveller from Hastings NZ
Shortland Court Motel - Thames Hotels

Shortland Court Motel

208 Jellicoe Cres, Thames - Map
"Nice stay and convenient location"
Good rate, clean room, and very helpful host. Can't ask for anything better.
A Traveller
Travellers looking for smart accommodation in Coromandel Peninsula , New Zealand would do well to consider Shortland Court …More
Cotswold Cottage - Thames Hotels

Cotswold Cottage

46 Maramarahi Road, Thames - Map
Garth and Adrienne, made us feel at home, and we enjoyed their kind hospitality.
Traveller from Geelong
Go on - spoil yourself with a luxury 4 star Guest House in Totara and experience the very best of the Coromandel Peninsula …More
Coastal Motor Lodge - Thames Hotels

Coastal Motor Lodge

608 Tararu, South Highway 25, Thames - Map
4.6 out of 5 (23 reviews)
Nightingale Falls Farmstay Retreat - Thames Hotels

Nightingale Falls Farmstay Retreat

126 A Victoria Street, Thames - Map
Tuscany on Thames - Thames Hotels

Tuscany on Thames

Jellicoe Crescent (SH 25), Thames - Map
"Very clean and cosy"
Hostess very friendly, welcoming and willing to arrange an extra bed for an adult on second night. However by 4p.m l had to request again for the bed to be installed. Host a bit on the gruff side, but, did organise the bed while l waited. Studio room was spacious and very clean. Large bathroom with a spa bath and one completely mirrored wall. Great for assessing the overall image. Despite being close to the road we noted no traffic noise.. Would definitely use again.
Traveller from Hamilton
Avalon Motel Thames - Thames Hotels

Avalon Motel Thames

104 Jellicoe Crescent, Thames - Map
"Death in the family"
Although it was just an overnight stay, it was perfect for our needs. The owners were great and very helpful. As we were all part of an extended family, there was ample space to relax. Thanks
Traveller from Glen Eden
Rolleston Motel - Thames Hotels

Rolleston Motel

105 Rolleston Street, Thames - Map
"nice motel, friendly staff, good price"
great little motel... just back from main road and easy to room had everything we needed for overnight stay although would be just as great for an extended stay
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    Pocket Guide: Thames

    The River Thames in France isn't the only worthwhile holiday destination with the name Thames. Our Thames hotels in New Zealand will reveal just how tantalising a holiday in this town can be. Thames is best known for its beautiful scenery and relaxed atmosphere – wot more could you want in a holiday? These days, the main industry in Thames is farming, but its history book is filled with some colourful pages. Thames was settled by Maoris in the 15th century. Europeans then settled in the 19th century and it became a goldmining town. Timber milling and fishing were also big industries at the time, but now travellers usually visit for a quiet getaway, in a laid back town on the Coromandel Peninsula.

    Thames is renowned for its beautiful gardens, including the award-winning Rapuara Water Gardens, the Butterfly & Orchid Garden and the Ngatea Water Gardens. There are also plenty of beaches to visit in Thames, most of which have picnic areas and barbeques. The Kauaeranga Valley offers walking tracks, camping areas, fishing spots, streams and rivers to explore. The Miranda Hot Springs are another popular site. There's always something happening in Thames, whether it's a food and wine festival, music festival, or the Thames Heritage Week Opening Day Parade in March. You're sure to be entertained no matter what month you're visiting.

    If you're itching to hit the shops, stroll around the local shopping mall, chain stores and boutique fashion stores. On Saturday morning, you can buy delicious treats from the delis, fresh flowers, fresh local produce, plants, seedlings, toys, jewellery, collectibles, leather products, and/or books from the Thames Market. There are also lots of art galleries in town where you can view and purchase paintings, pottery, photographs, woven goods, jewellery, drawings, sculptures, textiles, glasswork, and so much more. Make sure you pick up a souvenir at Matatoki Cheese Barn, Totara Vineyards or Stratos Olives. While you're in town, you'll enjoy the local cafe culture and tea rooms, as well as the gourmet food and allergen-free cuisine, which is available in most restaurants and cafes.

    Auckland’s airport is 115km from Thames. There are coach buses from Auckland to Thames, but Thames doesn't have a public transport system. The town is relatively small and flat, so you can get around by bike or walking, but you may want to hire a car from the airport. Thames is a great base for exploring the other towns along the Coromandel Peninsula. It takes about an hour and a half to drive from the start to the end of the peninsula but you'll need plenty of time to soak up the atmosphere of each town. So, for an unforgettable holiday on the Coromandel Peninsula, check out our cheap flights to Auckland and book your Thames accommodation today.

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