Takaka Accommodation in the heart of Golden Bay
Whether you are in Golden Bay overnight on business or looking for a longer stay with family, Anatoki Lodge Motel can offer you quiet and comfortable, yet affordable Golden Bay motel accommodation.
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Takaka 4 Star Motel Accommodation
Anatoki Lodge Motel offers you friendly, personal service with the option of sunny spacious Studio, one bedroom and two Bedroom Units, there is accommodation to suit your every need.
Eleven comfortable ground level non-smoking units, tastefully decorated and equipped. Wet wall bathrooms are a welcome feature.
Our comfortable accommodation includes:
- 2 Mobility access Units
- Sky TV – Guest Select (50+ channels) Including Sport and Movies
- Flatscreen TVs
- Car parking outside units
- 1 minute flat walk to town
- Solar-heated indoor swimming pool (seasonal)
- Children’s play area – 200m walk from motel
- Barbecue areas with good sized BBQ’s and large tables for guest use
- All units have cooking facilities
- Guest laundry
- Continental breakfast on request
Golden Bay Attractions
We are an easy drive to beautiful safe swimming beaches and national parks.
- Heaphy Track – Located in the Kahurangi National Park, The Heaphy Track combines all of New Zealand’s magical natural beauty into one walk. Travel through expansive tussock downs, lush forests and nīkau palms to the roaring seas of the West Coast. From 01 May to 30 September every year, you can mountain bike the Heaphy Track and takes 2–3 days to ride. Riding from Aorere to Karamea is the most popular.
- Wharariki Beach – The wild northwestern coast of the South Island is the perfect place for a day adventure. In this area you’ll find the Farewell Spit, with it’s distinctive Kiwi shape curving round Golden Bay; the massive cliffs at Cape Farewell, and the one of a kind Wharariki Beach.
- Te Waikoropupu Springs – The Te Waikoropupu springs in Golden Bay are home to the clearest springwater in the world! Whilst all contact with the water is forbidden (the springs are Wahi Tapu sacred treasure to the local maori) there is a calming and peaceful bush walk, easily accessible from the main carpark. A portion of this walk is wheelchair accessible.
- Farewell Spit – Farewell Spit, at the tip of the South Island, is New Zealand’s longest sand spit (25 km) and a nature reserve. It is an internationally-renowned bird sanctuary with over 90 bird species recorded in the area.