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Ranfurly Holiday Park & Motels

Accommodation Type

Motel, Tourist Park / Camping, Self - Contained


Rates

Tent Site $30, Cabins $56, Motels $110 - $135 per night for 2 people.


Facilities

  • One bedroom motel units: with accessible bathroom. Freeview TV, equipped kitchen. - maximum 6 people
  • Studio motels: Bathroom,  Freeview TV, equipped kitchen. - maximum 5 people
  • Cabins: Sleeps up 5, Freeview TV, bar fridge. Use amenities building for bathroom, kitchen and freeview TV. Bedding available for hire
  • Power & tent sites. Use amenities building for bathroom, kitchen, & freeview TV
  • Covered BBQ area,
  • Adventure playground
  • Laundry facilities
  • Portacot & highchair hire
  • WIFI internet access
  • Caravan dump station
  • Walking distance to town centre, rail trail, information centre, swimming pool  (heated in season), sports stadium

Description

Welcome to the peaceful serenity of the Maniototo area, whether you spend your time fishing, rail trailing, four wheel driving or just soaking up the Art Deco atmosphere we hope you will enjoy your stay with us. We have a range of accommodation available, including self contained motel units, cabins, powered and unpowered campsites. Our property is very spacious with plenty of room to kick a ball or play cricket with the family. We have a great adventure playground for the children and the town has a covered, heated swimming pool in season (November to March).

The Ranfurly Holiday Park is located in the centre of Ranfurly and it is just a short stroll to restaurants, shops and the local information centre.
We hope you will come and enjoy your stay in our peaceful, spacious surroundings.

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Your Hosts

Paul & Amanda O'Connell

Address

8 Reade St, Ranfurly, 9332

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