Kowhai Court Apartments
Our two-bedroom fully self-contained units sleep up to 6 persons and include full kitchen and laundry facilities, with undercover parking. We are located in a quiet, peaceful setting adjacent to shops, service station, playground and a walkway to the Manawatu River Estuary. The units contain 1 queen-size bed, 1 set of bunks, 1 double sofa-bed with standard TV and electric heating. Daily room service is not provided however full servicing is carried out after departure. Try lazing in the sun or surfing, sailing, boating, fishing, waterskiing, jetskiing or bird watching. Foxton tourist attractions include 'De Molen' - Dutch Windmill, Horse Drawn Tram, Historical Museum and Audio-Visual Museum. Visit Shannon/Owlcatraz, Tokomaru/Steam Museum, Feilding/Manfield Park. Palmerston North - 30min, Wanganui - 60min, Masterton - 90min, and only 90min from Wellington Interislander and Bluebridge Ferry Terminals. Enjoy your stay. Your hosts are Neville and Annette Thurston.
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