Karamea, New Zealand South Island Accommodation
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Clean, comfortable self-contained motel units in Karamea, New Zealand. Double NZ$75 + GST per night, NZ$20 per extra person.. If you're looking for comfortable accommodation in Karamea, look no further. Karamea Motels are run by friendly, dedicated staff whose aim is to ensure that your stay makes you want to come back for more. One word of caution: The motels' owner is occasionally inspired by the region's unspoilt beauty to wax lyrical, and indeed suggests that you stay with him at his Karamea accommodation so that you may "slumber to the Tasman's roaring lullaby beneath a twinkling cosmos". "Awake to streams of bright sunshine and a symphony of birdsong," he further enthuses.
Come share our secluded village and restored landmark Hotel with the locals. Karamea gives sense of destination to what rural New Zealand is really about with the mild climate and beautiful surroundings, it has a relaxed off the beaten track feel. Long time owner-operators Kevin and Diana Storer have extensive knowledge of the district and a long history of providing exceptional service for guests.
The Last Resort is a relaxing retreat, a perfect setting to unwind in, away from the stresses of city life. The resort, largely hand-built, is a comfortable and very moderately priced tourist complex. Its charming atmosphere is warm and friendly. From a base at the Last Resort, you can pursue both vigorous and relaxing outdoor or indoor interests in the Karamea area. There is plenty of opportunity to get back in tune with nature, or your inner self... Licenced Restaurant, Cafe & House Bar Last Resort Cafe & Bar provides burgers, salads, fish & chips, ice creams, takeaways, filled rolls, sandwiches, tea, coffee and full bar. The Last Resort fully licensed restaurant provides leisurely evening wining and dining in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. Breakfast is also available here.
Stay at Rongo and experience all Karamea has to offer; diverse scenic beauty, unmatched tranquility, a genuinely sub-tropical, warm climate, with pleasant temperatures and high sunshine hours all year round, not to mention the surprisingly large list of natural attractions: Internationally significant cave systems, quiet forested tracks, awe-inspiring limestone arches, mighty rivers, wild and untouched mountains, native coastal palm forests and deserted beaches. The region is a tramper's paradise and has frequently been described as being the best kept secret on the West Coast: It is the perfect environment for those looking for a quieter, more intimate experience with nature, away from the crowds and bus tours of the glaciers and lakes, or alternatively for those simply seeking a peaceful setting to relax and unwind.
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