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YHA Waitomo Juno Hall

Address:
600 Waitomo Caves Rd, Waitomo, New Zealand, 3985 - View the map

Come and relax at our modern 40-bed hostel, situated on our farm, 1km away from Waitomo Village. With stunning views and native forest as your back-drop, you will enjoy your stay and want to come back for more. Hunting/fishing trips. Swimming pool, lawn, tennis court, volleyball, trampoline.

Accommodation consists of double/twin rooms, dorm rooms and tent sites with campervan/power points. Linen provided. Facilities include large, fully equipped kitchen, cosy log fires, TV and video. Food and laundry available. Email and fax facilities.

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Phone:
+64 7 878 7649

Free phone:
0800 278 299

Amenities & facilities - View full list

Barbecue
Cooking Facilities
Internet Access
Laundry Facilities
Parking
Pets by Arrangement
Swimming Pool
TV
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