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Donegal House

Schoolhouse Rd (3km north of Kaikoura), Kaikoura

You don't have to be Irish to appreciate the atmosphere and hospitality dispensed at this Kaikoura landmark. Continental Breakfast included.

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Panorama Motel

Panorama Motel

266 The Esplanade, Kaikoura

Situated only metres from the beach of the Pacific Ocean, with Kaikoura Bay in the foreground and the majestic Kaikoura Mountain range in the... More Info

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$110 – $200
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Alpine View Motel

Alpine View Motel

146 Beach Rd,, State Highway 1,, Kaikoura

12 spacious ground-floor studio, 1-bedroom and family motel apartments, fully self-contained, 2 full access units. Close to Whale Watch... More Info

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The White Morph Heritage Boutique Collection

Set on the Esplanade in iconic Kaikoura, The White Morph enjoys commanding views of the ocean right to the distant horizon and mountains, and... More Info

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$130 – $335
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Kaikoura TOP 10 Holiday Park

Kaikoura TOP 10 Holiday Park

34 Beach Rd, Kaikoura

This award-winning holiday park is the ideal spot from which to plan your adventures. Centrally located just 300m from the town centre. Walk... More Info

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Donegal House

Donegal House

Schoolhouse Rd (3km north of Kaikoura), Kaikoura

Donegal House, "The Little Irish Hotel In The Country" VOTED THE BEST IRISH HOTEL 2012/13/14. You don't have to be Irish to appreciate the... More Info

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183 Willowbank Motel

183 Willowbank Motel

183 Beach Rd, Kaikoura

Willowbank Motel is located in the picturesque seaside town of Kaikoura, on the east coast of New Zealand's South Island. Kaikoura is... More Info

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$80 – $145
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Heritage Court Motor Lodge

Heritage Court Motor Lodge

205 Beach Rd, Kaikoura

At the Heritage Court Motor Lodge Kaikoura we are pleased to offer very affordable, clean and comfortable accommodation to all our guests. All... More Info

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$95 – $140
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Donegal House Motorhome Park

Donegal House Motorhome Park

Schoolhouse Rd (3km north of Kaikoura), Kaikoura

Donegal House, "The Little Irish Hotel In The Country" VOTED THE BEST IRISH HOTEL 2012/13/14. You don't have to be Irish to appreciate the... More Info

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Bella Vista Motel Kaikoura

Bella Vista Motel Kaikoura

45-47 Churchill St, Kaikoura

The Bella Vista Kaikoura offers friendly helpful service and FREE WIFI. We take pride in ensuring you have an enjoyable stay in Kaikoura at... More Info

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Kaikoura Peketa Beach Holiday Park

Kaikoura Peketa Beach Holiday Park

665 State Highway 1, Kaikoura

Welcome to Kaikoura Peketa Beach Holiday Park Finalist in the AA 2016 Spirit of Hospitality Awards The Team at Kaikoura Peketa Beach... More Info

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Kaikoura Accommodation New Zealand - AA Travel Guide. If you are looking for comprehensive travel information for Kaikoura Accommodation including Hotels, Motels (Self-Contained), Bed and Breakfast, Holiday Parks, Backpackers and Apartments, you will find it here on AA Travel.

New Zealand is fortunate enough to have a wide variety of accommodation options to choose from. Whatever standard you seek, there is a price and quality to suit your needs. Accommodation is available in abundance at the major tourist locations, but also scattered around off-the-beaten-track places - wherever you go, accommodation is never too far away. One thing to note about accommodation in Kaikoura is that you should be sure to book early for peak holiday times, for instance over the Christmas holidays and long weekends. During these times accommodation is often booked out well in advance.

Kaikoura is a world-renowned whale-watching centre that also offers a picturesque dolphin and seal swimming environment against the backdrop of the Southern Alps. Getting out on the water is therefore essential during your stay.

Taking a walk will also be generously rewarded. One of the most popular is the two-hour return limestone cliff-top peninsula walk. You can see the seals that inhabit the coastline, seabirds fishing in the sea or feeding on the tidal flats and sometimes dolphins or little blue penguins.

If you're after a comprehensive look at this area, a guided walk through privately owned Puhi Peaks Nature Reserve is the way to go. There are a couple of fantastic multi-day walks that will take you through this protected reserve. It's the ideal way to see rare and endangered native flora and fauna and experience diverse terrain and memorable views.

Horse trekking, kayaking, fishing, diving and snorkelling, quad biking, 4WD motor biking and sky diving are other options in this thriving town.

According to Maori legend, Maui, the man-god of Polynesian mythology, used the Kaikoura Peninsula as a foothold to brace himself when he fished the North Island out of the sea.

For a captivating insight into indigenous history, a Maori tour is the way to go. With constant interaction, personalised touches and varied sights and activities to experience and enjoy, you will be glad you came on board.

Visit a pa, take a forest walk, try weaving and test the guides' knowledge. Their thorough understanding of Maori culture and Kaikoura is impressive and ensures they can handle an extremely diverse range of questions that are fired at them.

A survivor of Kaikoura's whaling days, Fyffe House was built in the 1850s. Located on Avoca Street, it is the town's oldest building and is now owned by the Historic Places Trust. En route to Fyffe House is the seal colony, a favourite for visitors to Kaikoura.

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Kaikoura: Kaikoura is a world-renowned whale-watching centre that also offers a picturesque dolphin and seal swimming environment against the backdrop of the Southern Alps. Getting out on the water is therefore essential during your stay. Taking a walk will also be generously rewarded. One of the most popular is the two-hour return limestone cliff-top peninsula w... Read More

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