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San Marino Motor Lodge

Address:
3 San Marino Drive, Coopers Beach, New Zealand, 0420 - View the map

Absolute beachfront. Quiet location. Fabulous sunsets! Tranquil safe bay with golden sands and beautiful pohutakawa foreshore only metres from your beachfront unit. Enjoy the winterless north and warm hospitality. 8 self-contained units, all with spectacular sea views, (4 family and 4 studio), microwave, Cable TV, guest laundry and deep freeze. Beachfront setting, lovely mature pohutakawa trees. Ideal for families. BBQ for guests. Boat access, and perfect surfcasting position.Close to Karikari Peninsula wineries, major golf courses. 2 minutes to Mangonui. Bay of Islands only 45 minutes drive. Ideal location for exploring 90 Mile Beach, the Far North and Cape Reinga. Add: San Marino Dr (via Kupe Rd), Coopers Beach, Doubtless Bay

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Phone:
+64 9 406 0345

Mobile Phone:
+64211742417

Free phone:
0800 726 627

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Barbecue
Breakfast Available
Cooking Facilities
Internet Access
Laundry Facilities
Microwave in Unit
Parking
Pets by Arrangement
TV
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