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Admirals Motor Inn Nelson

Your hosts : Richard & Lisa

Admirals Motor Inn Nelson Located in Nelson City, Admirals Motor Inn is 950m from the top of Nelsons main street and the Cathedral steps, the heart of Nelson’s café/dining area.   Easy walk to shops, bars, cafes, Nelson hospital, Nelson boys and girls colleges.  Admirals has a range of executive and tourist units to suite most budgets and requirements.
  •   Studio, 1 & 2 bedroom units
  •   Executive & tourist units
  •   Corporate rates\Central location
  •   Free internet
  •   Walk to town
  •   Large off street carpark
  •   Great base for Abel Tasman etc
  •   All non-smoking units

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Arrow Motel

Your hosts : Lyn & Ian

Arrow Motel Self catering motel apartments and fully self contained holiday homes all with super comfortable king or queen size beds. Bed and breakfast facilities. Just a short walk to the beach, local Tahunanui beach attractions and within easy reach of Nelson City.
  •   Off the main road
  •   Some Spa Bath units
  •   Solar heated pool by BBQ area
  •   Interlocking units for groups
  •   Walk to restaurants & cafes
  •   Airport transfers available
  •   Easy 5min stroll to beach
  •   10min drive to city centre

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Nelson - Nelson / Golden Bay

New Zealand's sunniest city is scenic, vibrant, artistic and a popular holiday destination.

Nelson is set on the Tasman Bay, on the northern shores of New Zealand's South Island. It is an attractive, lively city with an artistic slant in particular for pottery and ceramics. It is also a busy port, home to New Zealand's largest fishing fleet. The shelter provided to the west by the mountains of the Kahurangi National Park contributes to the city's excellent climate.

Named after the British Admiral Viscount Horatio Nelson, the city was planned in London and many of its place names reflect its English beginnings, such as Trafalgar Square and Shakespeare Walk. The first settlers arrived in 1842 and after rocky beginnings the city became the capital of the region. Several historic buildings remain, such as Melrose House, Fairfield House and the workers' cottages of South Street.

Nelson's centre is compact and has an array of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants, all within easy walking distance. There are a number of art and craft galleries, such as the excellent Suter Art Gallery. The globally acclaimed Wearable Art Awards originate from Nelson; The city's World of Wearable Art complex is a permanent museum of previous winners. The city also has several pleasant parks and gardens including the Botanic Reserve, home to the 'Centre of New Zealand'. A marked lookout in the reserve is New Zealand's geographic centre. The lookout offers excellent views of the city and the surrounding area.

A short drive or bus ride from the centre is the seaside suburb of Tahunanui. It has a long golden beach, a fun park, zoo and plenty of accommodation, making this a popular spot for visitors to the city.

The surrounding region is a fertile area with an abundance of orchards and a smattering of wineries and breweries. Within an hour's drive is Marahau, gateway to the outstanding coastal beauty and golden beaches of the Abel Tasman National Park. The scenic Nelson Lakes National Park is to the south of the region. Its picturesque alpine lakes and mountains offer water activities, walking tracks and huts, and in the winter months, skiing.

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