'Nestled in mountain beech forest, midway between Greymouth and Christchurch. Wilderness Lodge Arthur's Pass offers comfort and warm hospitality in a spectacular mountain setting. The lodge has 24 Lodge rooms, an intimate restaurant, lounge, library and theatre for evening nature talks.'
'The highlight of the Lodge is a daily programme of nature discovery activities. Our naturalist guides will help you to explore nature and learn about high country life.'
I never stayed here, but know a Staff member and she is very satisfied with her Boss
it looks a to be a friendly place, good service, Restaurant, Guides for several Mountain Walks on hand, has Internet Cafe and Sky Digital TV too
Ok, the rain has set in, your tent is leaky, its time for a shower. Then head to the backpackers. These guys have a heap of options from Dorm rooms, Private rooms and Cottages.
It nestled on the trees close to everything. My night life tip is just a walk down the road.
There is nothing much here but some nice flat spots to pitch a tent. However, you do have the Waimak River right beside you, and some great views, and if you are really quite at night you might even hear a Kiwi.
Nothing much but there is a shelther with a fireplace. It's extremely cheap -- free.
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