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Set in Lawrence, Jafa's Motels features a garden and terrace. All rooms feature a kitchenette and a private bathroom. There is a barbecue and guests can make use of free WiFi and free private parking.... Jafa's was perhaps the most comfortable, spacious, quiet and homey place we stayed during our travels. Could well imagine spending several days / a week there for touring / exploring the area.
Featuring air-conditioned accommodation with a patio, Lawrence Townhouse Accommodation 18A is set in Lawrence. This property offers a private pool, free WiFi and free private parking. Booked this place for my Nana & aunt & uncle, they both thoroughly enjoyed there stay. Very comfy beds with everything you need in the unit.
Located in the town of Lawrence, Tonix Retreat includes free onsite parking. The property offers an evening meal by prior arrangement. Each room has a Smart TV and tea/coffee making facilities. A beautifully presented villa offering spacious, comfortable, clean and cosy accommodation both inside and out with stunning views over immaculate gardens and surrounding countryside. Positioned just a short stroll above the township of Lawrence, Tonix captures both sunset and sunrise from the verandah or grand bedroom bay window.
For a small town it has a huge and interesting history. The information centre/museum is worth checking out if you're curious about local facts & want to expand your knowledge of the surrounding region. 26 on Ross cafe was warm & charming, the food & coffee is really good. If you're into collectibles this is the place for you.
Excellent evening meal at the pub. Nice cafe nearby for the morning grind. Good place to stop over - plenty to see for half a day or so. The rail trail from Beaumont to Lawrence is a very nice ride.
Just so relaxing, and at that time of the year heading into Autumn the tree colour was magnificent. All the buildings were old, no nasty modern ones poking out. If you want the bike trails they are right there.
Lawrence is a little town but steeped in Otago Gold mining history and so quaint. The shops are few but very interesting to spend part of a day exploring them and what they have to offer. There is a choice of cafes to choose from for the necessary coffee stop! And good evening dining when that time comes!
Lawrence is a fascinating historic town that played a major role in New Zealand’s gold rush. Today it is in a beautiful pastoral location, an easy stop between east and west coasts, and at the current terminus (but soon an interim stopping point) on the Clutha gold trail. The community showcases its historic roots well. The only drawback is a lack of interesting, varied dining selections, with fish and chips and mundane scones being the principal choices, and fresh fruit and vegetables barely in evidence.
Lawrence was full of history and the information center/museum staff were excellent. Ate a splendid meal at Coach and Horses. The gold rush trail was great..in sturdy shoes for the fit. 90 minutes.