It was great to be welcomed to this local pub Typical of the era and the owner was friendly Food was average to be fair but I would tend to give it another go!
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The Ohaeawai Hotel provided a delightful night’s stay midway through our Twin Coast Cycle adventure. It is a step back into old New Zealand, so leave your Ponsonby latte expectations at home, and enjoy some good old fashioned Kiwi hospitality with the amazing proprietor Ray...More
The hotel was centrally located for our Northland cycle trail adventure and its closeness to the Napha thermal springs was another bonus. Our accomodation as well as the shared facilities were very clean and comfortable. We enjoyed the pub atmosphere and Rae cooked us hearty...More
After waiting at the bar for some minutes, the one guy present - who was operating the bar, cooking and serving meals etc - took our order for 2 fish and chip meals. I asked how long the meal would take to arrive: one hour...More
The Ohaeawai Hotel is an old building that looks like it's in the middle of being renovated. The hotel manager is friendly and welcoming but very strict. He is the sole staff and does well on his own, however I feel he needs help to...More
Fantastic host Ray took very good care of us, Comfortable rooms, lovely breakfast every day, very informative about the local history and places to visit, even took time off work to show us some of the sights, close to the hot pools. You wont be...More
Ohaewai Hotel appeared in the shimmering heat on the horizon as we headed North from Auckland, receiving a friendly local welcome swilled down with nice locally produced food and a chilled lager. Wonderful!
Wonderfully friendly welcome by the proprietor, old school in a Kiwi sense. Went out of his way. It's an old heritage hotel. Don't expect all the mod cons or you will be disappointed. All the basic needs for a very fair budget price and the...More
I live in the area. Been here a few times. It's pub food. But it's quality pub food. The meals are huge ! One needs to be really hungry if one is going to eat here. Otherwise one might struggle to finish a meal. The...More