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Mahia Beach Motels and Holiday Park

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Reviewed 23 January 2017 via mobile

We stayed for three nights in a kitchen unit. Whilst a little pricey for what it was it was perfectly good accommodation. The people that run the camp are lovely and very helpful. The cafe was great and not expensive. The beach is fantastic, waves never get to big so perfect for the littluns, amazing sunsets. Good fishing, great walk...

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New Plymouth, New Zealand
Reviewed 19 January 2017 via mobile

Stayed for 4 nights at this holiday park. Last minute so we had not booked and we stayed in 3 different rooms as we were just fitting in where we could. Staff were very friendly and helpful. We stayed in self contained units and unit with shared facilities. All the units were pretty dated but they were very clean &...

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Thank taranaki992016
Hastings, New Zealand
Reviewed 19 January 2017

We have stayed in quite a few camp grounds around New Zealand but I definitely would not recommend this one. Yes, the location is o.k. but the facilities lack in just about everything. No comparison to the one (not to mention any names) we stayed at in Gisborne and for only 2 dollars more for 2 people, the facilities were...

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Thank Brigit P
Greytown, New Zealand
Reviewed 15 January 2017

Friendly service when we turned up in the afternoon to get our camping spot. The weather was fantastic and the location for camping was very clean and the atmosphere family friendly. This was safe, had a great little shop and takeaways so you could get the essentials. The facilities were simple but had everything you could ask for in a...

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Thank KiwitoUK
Reviewed 15 January 2017 via mobile

Camped for 10 nights, facilities a bit tired and you can see a re vamp under way. Filtered water is available in the kitchen, and the cafe provides a great range of pizza, burgers and fries your tired of the BBQ.

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Thank Gary K
Reviewed 11 January 2017 via mobile

We just love this area and this camp but the facilities have not significantly changed in the last 15 years. Today we are paying top prices for poor facilities. The main men's shower block smells has only 3 out of 4 showers that work. The kitchen area is unhealthy, the bench top the surfaces need to be upgraded. Recycling is...

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Thank Walt R
Nelson, New Zealand
Reviewed 11 January 2017 via mobile

We stayed in the motel units for one night and to be honest these are a health risk, over priced, dirty and dark. I would not recommend this place and it would possibly be the worst motor camp I have visited over my years travelling around NZ. It is a real shame as the area is beautiful. They need to...

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Thank Ramekakid
San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina
Reviewed 10 January 2017

We rented this place for just one night in late december. The woman at reception greeted us with a "you are blocking the entrances, move your car", but OK , my bad. We checked-in and moved to one of the cabins with private kitchen and shared bathrooms. The place was aged, really aged. One of the windows was locked and...

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Thank GiacosaCarlo
Napier, New Zealand
Reviewed 9 January 2017

A very nice campground to stay in although it is rather pricey for what you get with reasonable alloted area to pitch tents. We were there at peak times so it was full to the brim The added bonus is however the great cafe/restuarant attatched.

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Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 9 January 2017 via mobile

We just stayed at this poor excuse for a holiday park in picturesque Mahia beach. $150 3 adults 2 kids absolute robbery. Misleading info on cabins it was dirty and dusty it hadn't been cleaned before us. They should update cabins with screens in the window and sliding door. Bunks are in a confined space no room for kids to...

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  • Free Parking
  • Beachfront
About the property
  • Beachfront
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  • Kitchenette
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  • Free Parking
Official Description (provided by the hotel)
The Holiday Park covers 5 acres on flat ground. We have some shady trees but our trees are at different stages of growth. We suggest you bring an umbrella or gazebo with you for shade in the summer. We are across a main road from a white, sandy, safe swimming beach.On our Holiday Park we have 90 tent sites without power, 62 sites with power. 3 toilet and shower blocks, a laundry, a camp kitchen, a walk in freezer and walk in chiller, microwave ovens, boiling water urn, hot plates an oven, sinks and fridges. BBQs. Tables and chairs.We have 8 cabins around a central kitchen (only for cabin use) 2 cabins with their own kitchens. Cabins require your own blankets or sleeping bags and towels.You use the toilet and shower blocks for your ablutions.4 self contained standard motels sleeping between 4-6 people and 4 Seaview motels on a first floor level with 1 or 2 bedrooms sleeping 4-7 people. Motels have couches which convert for extra beds. Motels are serviced daily for towel exchange, rubbish and recycling removal. Full service every 5 days.A small children's play area and a trampoline. A fish cleaning area. A dump station. A TV room which opens each day from 4pm to 10pm. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Mahia Beach Motels and Holiday Park

Address: 43 Moana Drive, Mahia Beach 4198, New Zealand
Region: New Zealand > North Island > Hawke's Bay Region > Mahia Beach
Price Range: $102 - $121 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 8
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“all sites about the same as surrounded by bush like trees”
rossndi2015, 8 Jan 2017 | Read review
“The room was as tidy as it could be but age had overcome it.”
OliverWellington, 25 Mar 2016 | Read review
“Don't choose a room just take a tent or motorhome.”
465nickyn, 28 Jan 2016 | Read review
“If you want a view go for the Seaview Motel. Better from the inside than looking from the outside”
  • Main bed with fridge and cupboards from entrance door
  • other sleeping area to left of main bed
  • Along front of standard cabins over looking non powered tents/beach
  • at end of communal kitchen across path sits communal bathroom facilities
Tynednzr, 17 Jan 2016 | Read review
“Book early, and complain loudly if anyone partying right next to you and you don't like it.”
mauin, 11 Jan 2016 | Read review
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