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Cherry Park B&B

Address:
672 Main Rd, Riwaka, Motueka, New Zealand, 7198 - View the map

Style, warmth and comfort, a home away from home.

We welcome you to enjoy our little slice of paradise at the gateway to Abel Tasman and Kahurangi National Park & the Riwaka Reserve at our back door for your evening walks.

Only six minutes drive to Motueka Township and Kaiteriteri Beach. Enjoy the great restaurants, water taxis, kayaking and tramping adventures or head out for a mountain bike ride or winery tour to take in the beautiful scenery.

Riwakas Giant adventure flying fox ride is just around the corner, and it's a two minute walk to Riwakas Bistro Bar and Restaurant where they have great bands over the Christmas and New Year period.

Just a 45 minute drive to the spectacular Golden Bay, with its main attractions the Anatoki Salmon Farm and Nature Park, Pupu Springs or venture all the way to the Farewell Spit at the top of the South Island. Be sure to visit Harwoods Hole and the Ngairua Caves at the top of the Takaka hill on your journey home.

We offer affordable accommodation, room with Queen bed and Ensuite, 1 self contained unit, and Family/Twin room with Ensuite and Kitchen available. Includes continental breakfast, also gluten free breakfast available, at a time you request.

Free WiFi

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Phone:
+64 3 528 5213

Mobile Phone:
021 180 5030

Amenities & facilities - View full list

Breakfast Available
Cooking Facilities
Free WiFi
Laundry Facilities
Microwave in Unit
Parking
TV
Freeview

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