Forgotten World Highway, Taranaki
The Forgotten World Highway (SH 43) is one of the North Island’s most remote country roads. It runs from Stratford to Taumarunui and has some of the country’s most amazing scenery along a heritage trail of early settlement in New Zealand.
This 150 km highway is a memorable journey. It is a most popular ride for motorcyclists, where they can stop for the night or a bite to eat at the historic Whangamomona Hotel.
The most remote country hotel in New Zealand, on State Highway 43 - Forgotten World Highway, between Stratford and Taumarunui. Beautiful rugged countryside, spectacular scenery and rich history.
In the spirit of true Kiwi country hospitality you are always welcome at the Whangamomona Hotel. Their excellent facilities include: Double or twin recently redecorated rooms, a Guest Lounge, and a range of catering options - from a friendly meal for a single diner through to a buffet meal.
This hotel is an ideal lunch stop or a place to stay. It is ideal for groups, clubs, families, functions, team building, mid winter Christmas parties or a getaway weekend.