North End Motel
We have 14 Self Contained units, from studios that sleep 2, to a family unit sleeping up to 5. Access unit also available. All units have ensuites, kitchen facilities, flatscreen TV's, DVD players, and Wifi.
We offer cooked to order breakfasts and dinners. Menus are in the rooms and can be ordered at the reception. Hot coffee is also available.
Located 60 mins from Auckland & Airport, 30 mins from Hamilton, 20 minutes from the largest shopping centre in NZ - The Base/Te Awa, and 45 mins from Mystery Creek, North End Motel is an ideal and convenient stopover place for your stay in the Waikato or NZ.
Only 5 mins to Huntly Placemakers Speedway and fewer than 15 mins to Hampton Downs Motorsport Park and Meremere Dragway, North End Motel is also the perfect place to stay for all the "petrolheads" out there as between the 3 racetracks, there are events on almost every weekend of the year.
Huntly is a coal mining town with a population of approximately 7000. It is probably best known for its Power Station - the largest power station in the Southern Hemisphere. You can visit the Huntly Coalfields museum to learn more about the history of mining in Huntly. There are several lakes and walkways nearby for those who like to get back to nature including Lake Hakanoa Walkway which is very flat and scenic and takes approximately 45 minutes, you could hike the Hakarimatas or walk around Weavers Lake which takes approximately 60 minutes. Both Hakanoa Lake and Weavers Lake are also excellent for most watersports and fishing.
Other attractions nearby include Waterworld (the largest swimming pool complex in the Waikato - approx 25 mins), Candyland, where children can make their own candy (approx 15 mins) and the Bush Tramway Steam train in Pukemiro which runs once a month on a Sunday (approx 20 mins).
For more information on current events in the Waikato, please check out?www.hamiltonwaikato.com.
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