Contact Penny and Craig Boles

Ph (09) 402 6236

2 MacMurray Road
Paihia
0200

www.admiralsviewlodge.co.nz

$79 - $350
29
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Current Special

Winter Special: Bed and Breakfast in a spacious Balcony Studio for $125 per night! Get away from it all and come and relax in the sun on the balcony.

Paihia, Bay of Islands

Admiral's View Lodge

Photos of Admiral's View Lodge

 

Property Description

Relax at our Qualmark rated 4+ star lodge in a quiet location.

Sea views (many units), sunny terraces. 2 spacious Apartments, 7 spacious studios, 2 with spa baths, plus our popular Garden studios.

Meander along to the beach, restaurants/cafes & activities, take the ferry to Romantic Russell or soak up historic Waitangi. Meet our children - Guy and Anna - and our friendly cats, Eva and Max.

Sky TV; Airconditioning (most units); free WIFI, High speed internet; Free internet kiosk; Dvd players; Activity booking service; Free bikes & tennis; Guest BBQs & laundry; Filtered water.

Continental breakfast is available by arrangement. Options from $8 per person

 

B&B Details

Type: Separate Suite & Apartment with kitchen
Email: Email this host
Phone: (09) 402 6236
0800 247 234
Fax: (09) 402 6237
Beds: 2 Double
4 King
6 Queen
11 Single
6 Twin
Total 11 Bedrooms
Total capacity for 29 guests
Baths: 11 Ensuite
All of our rooms have showers and our two Seaview Spa studios both have a luxurious double spa bath.
Tariff: Double: $79.00 - $350.00
Children: Children welcome in apartments and twin studios.
Other: Apartments $125-$275
Breakfast: By arrangement
Nearest Town: 1 km N of Paihia
Pets/Children: Children welcome
Facilities: Internet Available, Wheelchair accessible
Payments: Visa/Mastercard, Diners, Amex, Eftpos
Associations: Qualmark 4 1/2 stars

 

Location

 

Reviews: 2 reviews

"Great B&B."

Tony Stone, 03/09/2010

"We finished off a month long trip to NZ with 3 days at Admiral's View Lodge. Standards are high in NZ and Admiral's View Lodge was the nicest place we stayed. Highly recommended.<br><br>Ann & Tom McCafferty"

Tom Mccafferty, 31/05/2004