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Chanel Court Motel

Address:
14 Herbert St, Masterton, New Zealand, 5810 - View the map

Stay in a quiet, tranquil location with a garden setting yet only 3 minutes from the centre of town. We offer 16 serviced self-contained units, 12 studios, 2 x 2-bedroom, 2 x 1-bedroom.WIRELESS BROADBAND NOW AVAILABLE. Cooked/continental breakfast available, guest laundry, BBQ, off-street parking. We welcome sports teams, social and contracting groups (POA). Backpacker style accommodation with fully equipped communal kitchen, separate bathroom and lounge with Sky TV, this is very unique to Masterton. Pets by arrangement - please contact us directly if you are wanting to bring a pet (There is a $10.00 per night charge which needs to be paid on your arrival). Your Hosts: Tania & Nick Scott, Barb & Rex Playle.

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Barbecue
Breakfast Available
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Free WiFi
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Microwave in Unit
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Pets by Arrangement
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