Our Members Say
- Reviews: 10
Wilderness Lodge: Get back to Nature
'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.'
- Reviews: 1134
the Chalet: the most expensive
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
- Reviews: 49
Mountain House Backpackers: Backpackers in the Pass
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.
- Reviews: 49
Klondyke Corner: Camping at Klondyke Corner
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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