Woodend is situated in the heart of the thriving Waimakariri District, close to the towns of Pegasus, Rangiora and Kaiapoi but still only 20... More Info
Opened in 2008. Away from the city, but in touch with so much. Pegasus Gateway Motel is the gateway to many attractions including the new... More Info
The newest motel in Rangiora and nearby to Kaiapoi and Woodend Free WIFI Superb quality self-contained accommodation with 17 modern, sparkling... More Info
Welcome to Kaiapoi's only motel complex on the main street. Six new (2006) luxury studio motel units. Only 10 minutes north of Christchurch... More Info
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Motel accommodation is great for independent travellers. If you like to have the option of cooking your own meals, doing your own laundry and having the essential comforts of a home while staying in Kaiapoi, motels are the best form of accommodation. There is a huge variety of motels all around the country, from the top of the North Island to Stewart Island, and a range of prices to suit most budgets. You'll find motels in main cities, along main travelling routes and near popular tourist attractions, as well as in off-the-beaten-track scenic locations. Most motel units have self-catering facilities with fully equipped kitchens. They also have a phone, TV, tea and coffee-making facilities and a private bathroom. They have made-up beds with all bedding supplied, and car parking. Breakfast (at an additional cost) can usually be ordered the previous night for delivery to the unit if required.
Few small towns can offer the range of sporting and leisure pursuits available in Kaiapoi.
The Waimakariri River and the tidal area of the Kaiapoi River are important natural breeding grounds for fish and wildlife in the South Island.
In 1700 Kaiapoi Pa was one of the largest strongholds of the Ngai Tahu tribe and a trading point for its people. Their abundant resources of food were sold for weapons, building materials and greenstone.
When the fortified village came under siege by Te Rauparaha (a chief and war leader from Kawhia in the west of the Waikato), the people lit a scrub fire to drive him away. But the wind changed, sending smoke and fire back into the village and allowing Te Rauparaha to attack and defeat them.
Make your stopover at one of the self-catering motels, a holiday park or bed & breakfast establishments.
Kaiapoi: Few small towns can offer the range of sporting and leisure pursuits available in Kaiapoi. The Waimakariri River and the tidal area of the Kaiapoi River are important natural breeding grounds for fish and wildlife in the South Island. In 1700 Kaiapoi Pa was one of the largest strongholds of the Ngai Tahu tribe and a trading point for its people. Their ... Read MoreFull Info Photos