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Mohua Motels

22 Willow St, Takaka , New Zealand, 7110 - View the map

LUXURIOUS, BEAUTIFULLY APPOINTED, MODERN, SPACIOUS. Just what you need on your visit to Takaka and the beautiful Golden Bay. We pride ourselves in delivering the best to our customers where we believe quality counts in everyway. You will be able to relax and spread out in one of our large studio units, all with sun drenched balconies while contemplating what to do first.Situated between Kahurangi and Abel Tasman National Parks, there are numurous activities and sights to experience so one or two nights is never enough. From the stunning Te Waikoropupu (Pupu) Springs, to the numerous beautiful beaches that surround us, you will never be short of a photo opportunity. There is something for everyone in Golden Bay. Horseriding, golf, nature experiences, kayaking and fishing charters to name a few, but if you want to just stop and take in nature, there are walks for all levels of fitness and time frames. Imagine wandering through beautiful, natural bush and forest, listening to the birds and relishing the peace and quiet. What a great way to wind down and really enjoy getting back to nature. We would love to help you plan your break so we would love to advise on where to go and what to do so you can enjoy some of the many attractions available here in Golden Bay.Once you have seen and experienced all you can for one day, Mohua Motels are the place to rest and unwind. Soak in your spa bath with a glass of wine or sit on the balcony and watch the sun go down. This is the ultimate home away from home.We are at the gateway to Takaka township so right near shops, a supermarket, bars and restaurants so easy to wander in for a meal or to buy that something special. We are family owned and operated and are proud of our New Zealand heritage, hence Mohua, the ancient name for Golden Bay, was chosen as our Motels name.Hope to see you soon, Paul and Lenaire

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