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Mercer Backpackers

Address:
590C Koheroa Rd, Mercer, New Zealand - View the map

Historic Mercer Hotel Backpackers is at Mercer Airport on Koheroa Rd between SH 1 at Mercer and SH 2 at Mangatawhiri.

Relocated 15 years ago and completely refurbished in 2013, it accommodates 28 people across 9 rooms.

So if you like the roar of aeroplanes in a rural setting, this is the stop for you. Tariff: $30pp per night.

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Phone:
+64 9 232 6767

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Amenities & facilities - View full list

Air-conditioned
Barbecue
Cooking Facilities
Internet Access
Laundry Facilities
Parking
TV
Wireless Internet
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