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Pacific Harbour Motor Inn

Address:
24 Reads Quay (Cnr Pitt St), Gisborne, New Zealand, 4010 - View the map

Luxurious accommodation and a superb location. Pacific Harbour Motor Inn overlooks the palm tree-lined bank of the Turanganui River and the inner harbour marina. Our central location means you are only a minute or two's walk from the wharfside restaurants and cafe bars as well as the centre of town. The monument of the famous Captain Cook is only a short stroll away near the harbour entrance and beautiful sun-drenched Waikanae Beach. The river walkway is close at hand to start a relaxing stroll. Pacific Harbour Motor Inn has the accommodation unit or suite for you, whether for business or pleasure. The recent refurbishment to all units provides a fresh new look and comfort for your stay away from home. One of our 28 units, including corporate studios, double or twin studios, 1 and 2-bedroom units with cooking facilities and suites, are sure to meet your needs. Make us your first choice when staying in Gisborne.

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Air-conditioned
Barbecue
Breakfast Available
Free WiFi
Laundry Facilities
Microwave in Unit
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