New Zealand Accommodation Guide

 

Be sure to stay a while and make yourself comfortable as you choose your accommodation in the Wairarapa from a huge range of hotels, motels, motor inns and luxury boutique accommodation, or experience Kiwi hospitality in homes offering Bed & Breakfast, farmstays and homestays. There are also vineyard accommodation options.

Key towns for Wairapa accommodation are Masterton, Paihatua, Carterton, Greytown, Martinborough and Featherston with many other country accommodation options too.
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Privately-owned Wairarapa accommodation options:
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B&B Accommodation in Wairarapa

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Homestay Accommodation in Wairarapa

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Vineyard Accommodation in Wairarapa

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Self-catering Accommodation in Wairarapa

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Luxury style Wairarapa accommodation:
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Motel-style Wairarapa accommodation options:
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Motel Accommodation in Wairarapa

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Hotel Accommodation in Wairarapa

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Motor Lodge Accommodation in Wairarapa

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Map of Wairarapa accommodation

Otapawa Farmstay BnB and Backpackers Lodge

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Elm Grove Cottage

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The Summit Lodge

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Kawakawa Station Coastal Farmstay

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Tidsfordriv Rural Retreat

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Belfry Villa - Luxury Self Contained Accommodation

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Benvenuto B and B and Self Contained Studio

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Nook Cottage B and B

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Ica Station Homestead cottages

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Ica Station Homestead B and B

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Llandaff Country Residence

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Martinborough Manor

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Wairarapa, New Zealand

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Hotel Wairarapa, New Zealand

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About Wairarapa, New Zealand

Although often thought of just as a pleasant farming region, there is much more to the Wairarapa than many imagine.

From the orchards and antique shops of southern Wairarapa head out to the wild & rugged coast where excellent crayfish abound.

In and around the town of Martinborough you will find some superb vineyards and wineries. The region is especially noted for its fine Pinot Noir.

In the northern Wairarapa a visit to the internationally acclaimed Mt. Bruce National Wildlife Centre is sure to fascinate, as is the nearby Mt. Bruce Pioneer Museum.

The Tararua Forest Park provides numerous opportunities for tramping trips and day walks. There are a number of privately owned and operated walking routes and experiences to be had too.

 

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