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- Reviews: 207
Bethany Park Christian Camp: Friendly budget accommodation
For $53 a night, Bethany Park provided a no-frills minimalist cabin where we could store our belongings during the day and rest weary heads after sundown.
The camp is sheltered in a valley and within walking distance of Kaiteriteri's world-renowned beach. The communal kitchen is equipped with stoves, microwaves, grillers and plenty of refrigeration. Remember to mark and date your groceries - this enables easy identification of items and prevents cleaners from throwing out food they deem to be old.
Keep coins handy as showers cost 50 cents (if you want warm water!).
Staff was friendly and provided informed advice about attractions in the area. We left early in the morning and dropped our key off in a receptacle provided for same.
- Reviews: 1536
Everton Bed & Breakfast: home baked muffins
Very pleasant stay in a homely B&B.
Rooms: spacious, we had a balcony with a fantastic view (picture), television and tea and coffee making facilities
Breakfast: every morning just waiting for Diane's muffins
Hosts: you will like Martin and Diane
(Martin has a license to make private boat tours)
and the muffins !!!!
- Reviews: 188
Kaiteriteri Motor Camp: Pitching
This campsite and motor camp is well equipped with cooking facilities, clean showers and toilets, a rather snazzy restaurant/bar area and laundry.
They also have a good fish and chip shop (where I learnt that a scoop of chips is a very large portion!).
Be sure to book ahead in the summer months (December - end of Feb).
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