Radfords on the Lake
"Winners of the NZ AA Supreme Host of the Year 2013 award" Modern complex located on the edge of Lake Te Anau to give magnificent views of the lake and mountains from all units. The complex is only 3 minutes walk to the town centre including shops restaurants and cafes Rated 4 star plus by Qualmark the complex consists of 4 studios 6 x 1 bedroom and 4 x 2 bedroom units including 2 wheelchair accessible 1 bedroom units all units are non smoking and have kitchen facilities iron and ironing board, hairdryer and 50+ Sky TV with TV sets in each bedroom as well as in the lounge. Dual spa baths in 5 ground floor units. Super king sized beds in all one bedroom, studio's and in some of the two bedroom units. All units have super king or king beds. There are 2 guest laundries plus secure luggage storage and car parking for track walkers or guests on overnight cruises Unlimited free wireless internet access is available in all units We are happy to cater for special occasions and organise hampers Te Anau is the gateway to Fiordland and is the closest township when exploring Milford and Doubtful Sounds Milford Sound is often referred to as the eighth wonder of the world and the drive from Te Anau is often rated by our guests as the most picturesque and spectacular they have seen Te Anau is regarded as the walking capital of New Zealand because of its close proximity to Fiordland s many walking tracks including the famous Milford Track as well as the Routeburn, Hollyford, Kepler and Dusky Sound tracks
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