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Bridge to Nowhere Lodge

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  • Average4%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible7%
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Two types of lodging is available - fully catered and includes; comfortable accommodation, buffet dinner, and breakfast.OR a self-catering option with accommodation in a bunk or family room accommodation, (doubles available on application) and includes use of all the facilities: fully equipped kitchen, lounge and dining room, showers. You bring your own sleeping bag and food.Ideal for canoeists or trampers who would like a well deserved hot shower and a comfortable bed.
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Breakfast included
Non-Smoking Hotel
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Getting there
Wanganui Airport70 km
New Plymouth Airport79 km
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Reviewed 10 June 2018

This maybe a good mid summer destination by river but not at any other time of the year, it was below 0 at night, no heating at all, freezing cold bedrooms, bathrooms and amenities. We had to sleep with woollen hats on to keep warm....More

Thank Daniel C
Reviewed 11 May 2018

It took us 2 hours to drive up the narrow crooked road from Whanganui to Pipiriki where we parked in a residents yard for $10NZD per night. We then were taken up the river in the rain in a jet boat to the trailhead to...More

Thank DarylJ552
Reviewed 21 April 2018

A review of the Bridge to Nowhere Lodge must include the jet boat rides and guided walk to the bridge itself - all of which were fantastic. Loved the ride up the river and learning so much about the area's history. The lodge is clean...More

Thank BM60
Reviewed 6 March 2018

After almost missing the landing we were delighted with Ramanui campsite. It had started raining steadily about 30 mins from the camp, so we were soaking wet on arrival. Wonderful to be met at the landing with a quad bike and trailer to get our...More

Thank JoannaW4207
Reviewed 16 February 2018

we did the mountain biking trip into the lodge to nowhere with a wide range of ages riding as a big family group, the track is super fun and a great insight into the harsh world of some of our returned servicemen. stunning country side...More

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"Rooms on the northern side have access out onto the deck."
27 Jan 2018
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"Book early, all rooms are much the same."
18 Jan 2018
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"The cost of the jet boat includes all food and accomodation! Excellent value for money."
23 Apr 2017
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"Quiet & relaxing back country lodge, old school New Zealand"
9 Apr 2017
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