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Paihia, Northland / Bay of Islands, Motels and Hotels

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Edelweiss Motel

Your hosts : Jim & Trish

Edelweiss Motel Edelweiss friendly central Paihia motel has a saltwater swimming pool heated year round! Spa bath suites, family units, accessible unit and studios all serviced daily with kitchens/kitchenettes. In-room wireless internet, Spa pool, covered barbecue area, access to tennis courts. Only metres to the beach and a walk to restaurants, shops and the wharf.
  •   Magical Bay of Islands
  •   100m to beach
  •   new heated pool
  •   Covered spa, BBQ area
  •   Sky 50+, tennis court access
  •   No limits, free WiFi
  •   Studio, 1-bed & family units
  •   Guest laundry, tour bookings
  •   Awesome kiwi hospitality

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Outrigger Motel

Your hosts : Suzi & Greg

Outrigger Motel Outrigger Motel​ is located in Central Paihia. Just a short stroll from the shops, cafes, bars and beaches of Paihia,​ Outrigger Motel offers quality accommodation in a peaceful, quiet central location. ​With  easy access to ​Russell, Waitangi Treaty Grounds and ​all the water, land and air activities that this beautiful destination has to offer. ​
  •   Central but quiet
  •   Perfect Cape Reinga/BOI base
  •   Operators of the year 2010
  •   Immaculate & spacious units
  •   50m to cafe/restaurant/ shops
  •   Free tour booking service
  •   Guest laundry
  •   BBQ area & spa pool

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Paihia - Northland / Bay of Islands

The gateway to the Bay of Islands, Paihia offers a variety of accommodation and is the main base for excursions, including game fishing, leisure cruising, yachting, paragliding, swimming with dolphins and diving. The town also houses the Aquatic World Aquarium where visitors can learn about the sea life common to the area. Within walking distance of Paihia is the Waitangi Reserve, home to the Waitangi Treaty House. It is here that the historic Treaty of Waitangi was signed in 1840, the founding document of New Zealand. The reserve also has a visitor's centre, a 35 metre Maori war canoe, a Maori meeting house decorated with beautiful carvings, and coastal and mangrove forest walks.

Russell, a 20 minute ferry ride from Paihia, is a quiet township and has a place in history as New Zealand's first capital. It offers visitors accommodation and a variety of attractions. These include a number of historic buildings such as Christ Church (1836) which is the country's oldest surviving church, and Pompallier House; the country's oldest surviving industrial building.

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