Tautuku Forest Cabins
Forest and Bird Society cabins in the heart of The Catlins. Forest walks in Lenz Reserve, 5 mins drive to beach, central to all Catlins attractions. By booking these cabins, you are contributing to conservation. 3 SEPARATE CABINS. (No linen provided - you need sleeping bags and pillowcases. You must clean your own accommodation & bathroom on departure): * THE COTTAGE (sleeps 8-10) , * COUTTS CABIN (sleeps 4) * A-FRAME (sleeps 2).
All cabins are self-contained with: fridge, cooker, microwave, dishes, cutlery and pots.read more
- Web: book.bookit.co.nz/agent/kidz-go-new-zealand/7603781/accom/tautuku-forest-cabins/127898#/accom/127898
- Location: 614 Chaslands Highway, Tautuku, The Catlins
Catlins Whistling Frog Accommodation & RV Park
A lovely sheltered lodge and camp ground, situated in Owaka. The small township has a supermarket, local tavern and cafes. We are located 4.5km from Surat Bay, where you can view seals. Pounawea and Jacks Bay are also just a short drive away. Nugget Point and Kaka Point are a 20 minute drive. The lodge is in a large 100 year old converted hospital, and has a large guest kitchen and separate dining room. There is a large games room with free darts, pool and piano. We also have WIFI (small cost) plus two sunrooms and a TV room. We offer free DVD hire. There is lots of outdoor space, BBQ facilities and even a fish pond!read more
- Web: book.bookit.co.nz/agent/kidz-go-new-zealand/7603781/accom/catlins-whistling-frog-accommodation-rv-park/88091#/accom/88091
- Location: 29 Rewcastle Road, Chaslands Highway, Catlins
Queens Park Motels - Invercargill
Quiet, spacious motel, located right next door to Queens Park Gardens – home to a range of sporting, cultural and children’s activities. Our roomy apartments include studios, 1 and 2 bedroom units. Family apartments have full kitchens, although we also offer cooked or continental breakfast. Children’s cots and highchair are available and other services include free laundry, internet and SKY TV. Sandpit and children’s playhouse on-site, plus walking distance to gardens and playground.read more
- Web: book.bookit.co.nz/agent/kidz-go-new-zealand/7603781/accom/queens-park-motels/87763#/accom/87763
- Phone: +64 3 214 4504
- Location: 85 Alice Street, Invercargill
Monarch Motel - Invercargill
We can provide you with a range of delightful, warm, affordable accommodation in a peaceful setting. Our attitude is to offer our guests a quality service complete with the renowned southern hospitality. Our units are studio, 1 and 2 bedroom, and are set in spacious grounds, complete with swing set. We’re in a quite location but just a a few minutes walk from playground and local amenities. Other on-site facilities include sauna/spa, wireless internet, SKY TV, laundry and bike storage. Cooked or continental breakfast can be provided and we have charge-back arrangement for several local restaurants.read more
- Web: book.bookit.co.nz/agent/kidz-go-new-zealand/7603781/accom/monarch-motel/87863#/accom/87863
- Phone: +64 3 214 6114
- Location: 633 Tay Street, Invercargill
Invercargill Holiday Park and Motels
The Invercargill Holiday Park and Motels is situated in quiet rural surroundings, just a short five minute drive to the town centre. Next door to the Holiday Park is Andersons Park, Donovan Park, a supermarket, petrol station, bank and other necessities of holiday life. From the spacious camping grounds to warm, cosy units and two bedroom apartments sleeping up to five, Invercargill Holiday Park has accommodation options to suit everyone.
- Web: book.bookit.co.nz/agent/kidz-go-new-zealand/7603781/accom/invercargill-top-10-holiday-park/87733#/accom/87733
- Location: 77 McIvor Road, Waikiwi, Invercargill
Tower Lodge Motel - Invercargill
Our Qualmark 4+star rated motel is situated in Invercargill on the South Island's Southern Scenic Route. Our accommodation includes 17 studio, 1 and 2-bedroom family units, all serviced daily and most with kitchens, microwaves and even electric blankets. We also have guest laundry, children's playground on-site and kids' DVDs available. Located close to the golf course, sports stadium, swimming pool, velodrome and Queens Park across the road. Wireless internet. Book online.read more
- Web: book.bookit.co.nz/agent/kidz-go-new-zealand/7603781/accom/tower-lodge-motel/87545#/accom/87545
- Phone: +64 3 217 6729
- Location: 119 Queens Drive, Invercargill
Beach Road Holiday Park - Invercargill
FREE Wi-Fi ALLOCATION 500Mb dailyread more
6ha of mature, sheltered, parklike surrounds in Sandy Point Domain. Close to Oreti Beach, take a stroll & view a beautiful sunset. Cast your memory to one of the movie locations for the World's Fastest Indian along the flat sandy beach. Catch the right tide & fall asleep to the sounds of the waves. Enjoy some whitebaiting or trout fishing on the Oreti River. Try out local horse trek adventures. Listen to native birdlife while enjoying local native bush walks. Take a night off & walk through to Cabbage Tree Restaurant for a delicious relaxing meal.
- Web: book.bookit.co.nz/agent/kidz-go-new-zealand/7603781/accom/beach-road-holiday-park/88610#/accom/88610
- Location: 375 Dunns Rd (5km past airport to Oreti Beach), Invercargill
Hilltop Accommodation Catlins
Peaceful Country Accommodation in the Heart of the Catlins
Hilltop Catlins offers quality and affordable accommodation for families and groups in two refurbished character cottages sleeping up to 8 guests in one or up to 6 in the other.
Hilltop Accommodation is nestled alongside native forest overlooking the tiny seaside community of Papatowai and the Southern Scenic Route, in the heart of the Catlins. We invite you to stay awhile, and share our beautiful ocean and valley views, relax in our tranquil gardens, and wake to the bellbird dawn chorus.read more
- Web: book.bookit.co.nz/agent/kidz-go-new-zealand/7603781/accom/hilltop-accommodation-catlins/100809#/accom/100809
- Location: 77 Tahakopa Valley Rd, Catlins Coast
Kingston TOP 10 Holiday Park
Welcome to Kingston TOP 10 Holiday Park, offering motels, cabins, glamping tents, caravan and tent sites, all just minutes from the lake edge!read more
Kingston TOP 10 Holiday Park provides everything you will need in order to have a nice hot shower, cook a delicious meal, go for a relaxed walk, connect to UNLIMITED WIFI and get a peaceful nights sleep in the quiet township of Kingston on the shore of Lake Wakatipu, and just 45 minutes from Queenstown.
- Web: book.bookit.co.nz/agent/kidz-go-new-zealand/7603781/accom/kingston-top-10-holiday-park/87537#/accom/87537
- Location: 16 Kent St, Kingston
Admiral Court Motel & Apartments
This centrally located modern, warm, spacious, ground floor 15 unit accommodation complex with 5 Deluxe Units completed in 2011 is the place to stay. The mix of accommodation options which are all serviced daily ensure that we will have a room to suit your requirements. Each is equipped with all the facilities needed to ensure a relaxing stay, including kitchens, microwaves, fridges, electric heating, electric blankets, ensuites with shower, Sky TV and FAST FREE wireless internet.read more
- Web: book.bookit.co.nz/agent/kidz-go-new-zealand/7603781/accom/admiral-court-motel-apartments/87936#/accom/87936
- Location: 327 Tay Street, Turnbull Thomson, Invercargill
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