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Kaiteriteri Abel Tasman Inlet Views

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479 Riwaka - Kaiteriteri Road, Kaiteriteri 7197 New Zealand
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jessiev25 wrote a review Feb 2021
Christchurch, New Zealand546 contributions64 helpful votes
Room matches pictures B&B style. Stayed 3 nights in one of 4 modern studio rooms under an older house. Garden area in process of being re-developed but mature trees surround the boundary. Birdsong in trees. Breakfast essentials supplied - cereal in jars, tea/coffee, milk, yoghurt, juice, bread and spreads, fruit in fridge. Washing up done via a bucket using water from bathroom. Toaster and kettle on bench. Short walk downhill to Kaiteriteri beach. Friendly dog and owners. No recycling container in room, but upon checkout advised to leave our recyclables seperate. Would certainly stay here again if returning to Kaiteriteri. Nice quiet area and views of estuary.
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Date of stay: February 2021
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spidernz wrote a review Feb 2021
Gisborne, New Zealand116 contributions29 helpful votes
This very new and tidy place in just a 7 minute walk from the Kaiteriteri beach and shops, up a bit of a hill (maybe 200m walk, not too steep) and looks out over the (waterless) Kaiteriteri inlet - pretty much sandy mudflats, but surrounded by trees, so nice views. The room was immaculate - no tv or kitchen facilities, just a jug but they also give you plenty of food for a continental breakfast - unexpected and delightful. Five medium sized rooms, all the couples there were enjoying the chilled lifestyle and views - would stay here again without hesitation.
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Date of stay: January 2021
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Kevin T wrote a review Sep 2020
Auckland, New Zealand982 contributions243 helpful votes
We had a couple of nights stay and only a few minutes walk to the Kaiteriteri beach. There are 4 rooms, I think a couple were for rent and we were at the far end. Any views were limited by trees and bushes but the sun came around mid morning and stayed most of the day. The room itself is simple and I guess reflective of the price, it would benefit from a small kitchen area, possible a microwave and a maybe a TV but it was clean and tidy and OK for a couple of nights. Enjoy.....
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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GlasgowStephi wrote a review Mar 2020
Crosslee, United Kingdom100 contributions7 helpful votes
We booked last minute as a base to explore Abel Tasman. There is limited accommodation in Kaiteriteri so we were really happy when we saw Dylan & Rebecca's place! It's only 5-10min walk from the centre of Kaiteriteri which has a lovely beach, shop, couple of restaurants and the boats to Abel Tasman. The room is spotless and has been done to a very high standard. We also loved all the breakfast items (bread, butter & jam, fruit, cereal, juice) and the freshly baked cookies which were a lovely touch. We also enjoyed the outside deck which had great views. This was one of the most comfortable places we stayed while touring New Zealand and would highly recommend.
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Date of stay: March 2020
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JustinPerryQPRFan wrote a review Mar 2020
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We weren’t planning to stay in Abel Tasman, we were going to commute from Nelson, but plans changed and we picked up the last available room at this hotel at short notice. We hadn’t researched much, it was just close to Abel Tasman and not expensive so it ticked the boxes. When we arrived, it was so much more than a tick in the box! The owners, Dylan (apologies if I’ve misspelt it) and Rebecca (and their gorgeous dog) were really welcoming and gave us loads of good advice for our short stay. The hotel is actively eco friendly and gave us ( a couple of 50 somethings) a gentle reminder of the difference we can all make doing simple things. Cereal in glass jars, not individual plastic packs, yoghurt, jam etc. In reusable glass pots, “green” hand wash the list goes on. There was not a single thing in that room that either could not be reused or did not come from sustainable sources and we were not inconvenienced in the slightest. We will be making some changes when we go home! The rooms themselves are really high quality, clean and comfortable and there is a shower you could play table tennis in. Everything has been built, furnished and decorated to a high standard. The breakfast provided was perfect, nothing fancy but good, healthy food that should work for anybody. There is a nice deck overlooking the inlet (as the hotel name suggests) and a big sky to watch at night if it is clear (it wasn’t for us but you can’t have everything). In terms of location, it is no more than 10 minutes walk (we are both 5’4” in our thickest trainers and we did it in 7 minutes) from the centre of Kaiteriteri, with its 2 restaurants, its stunning beach and its half dozen companies offering every possible way to explore the stunning Abel Tasman National Park. If you are looking for a base to explore Abel Tasman for a few days look no further - this is high quality, sustainable accommodation as close as you can get to one of the most beautiful places on the planet. These guys are doing something just a little bit different, which will become standard in the not too distant future. I cannot recommend it highly enough.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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US$89 - US$133 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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New ZealandSouth IslandNelson-Tasman RegionKaiteriteri
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Frequently Asked Questions about Kaiteriteri Abel Tasman Inlet Views
Which popular attractions are close to Kaiteriteri Abel Tasman Inlet Views?
Nearby attractions include Abel Tasman Coast Track (5.1 km), Kaiteriteri Beach (0.7 km), and Split Apple Rock (2.0 km).
What are some restaurants close to Kaiteriteri Abel Tasman Inlet Views?
Conveniently located restaurants include Fat Tui, The Smoking Barrel, and Hooked on Marahau.
Is Kaiteriteri Abel Tasman Inlet Views located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.8 km away from the centre of Kaiteriteri.