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My wife and I stayed here whilst riding the rail trail and glad we did.
Sure, the rooms are a little dated but they are spotlessly clean, the bed was brand new and the hosts are really friendly – what’s not to like?
We stayed here on our last few days in New Zealand. The place was easy to find and we were met by Tony in reception with a big smile.
He was very friendly and helpful gave us useful information to help us settle in.
A retro motel with lovely spacious rooms, gracious hosts, and a quiet location. Our room had a nice bathroom, was very clean, and had great amenities. The bed was comfy and we slept well. I would certainly stay there again.
After a long bike ride (we did the Hauraki Rail Trail and if you are doing the trail just when you think you have finished you have to cycle up hill and a long way out of town to get to the motel) arrived at...More
The woman at the counter is effusively friendly. However the room smelled strongly of damp. The fittings are standard 1970s wood veneer and Shacklock fridge and oven. Cinder block walls. Small double bed. We couldn't connect to the internet. When we asked the manager for...More
US$81 - US$103 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Jonathan W | Reviewed this property |
Rosemary and Andrew McNicol are the names on there web site . I didn't see much of them during the stay, my wife did . The number is +64 7 862 7145.
I have friends and family in Paeroa the reason we were there.