Te Anau, Fiordland
Motel accommodation & activities in Te Anau, Fiordland
Te Anau, snuggled in between the magnificent Luxmore and Murchison mountains, is also known as the walking capital of the world. This pretty town sits at the edge of Lake Te Anau, the largest lake in the South Island and the second largest in the country. The snowy peaks, lush valleys, beautiful native forests and spectacular waterfalls, are all part of the picture postcard views, that this holiday destination offers.
Te Anau is also the entrance to the famous Milford Sound and Fiordland Park. Local attractions include the Glow Worm caves, the Wildlife Park, home to the uncommon native bird- Takahe, and the Hydro-Electric power station on Lake Manapouri. Holiday activities include mountain biking, scenic flights, scuba diving, river rafting, boating, game-fishing and bush walking. The Holyford, Milford, Routeburn, Caples, Dusky, Greenstone and Kepler are some of the most popular native bush walks in the region.
Golden Chain Motels in Te Anau and Manapouri, New Zealand
Comfortable Motel located in Quintin Drive, a short walk from the lakefront. Rooms are fully self contained and serviced daily. A great place to base yourself while exploring the wonders of Fiordland. Anchorage Motel Apartments offers warm, comfortable accommodation in the heart of Fiordland, a beautiful scenic 2-hour drive to Milford Sound (120km). Located . . .
Te Anau's best Motel location situated a stones throw from the shores of magnificent Lake Te Anau and the Fiordland World Heritage National Park. Edgewater is the Automobile Associations 2009 'Supreme Host of the Year' Here you will find a range of accommodation for families, couples and singles including Queens, Twins, Ensuite, . . .