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MacKenzie Country Hotel is located in Twizel, in the heart of the Aoraki Mount Cook and MacKenzie Country Region. It offers modern rooms with picturesque views of the surrounding mountains. good location, nice facility, good value for money, staff was great
Lake Ruataniwha Holiday Park & Motels is set in Twizel, 27 mi from Lake Tekapo. Glentanner is 26 mi from the property. Free private parking is available on site. The accommodations has a seating area.... The suite is large and well kept. My parents and I love it very much. The lake in the early morning is very beautiful.
Located in Twizel in the Canterbury region, 34 Mackenzie Apartments features accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. Fantastic place! It has everything, quick and simple self check in, kitchen, good bed, nice view and cool location. Highly recommended.
Highland Farm Stay is a unique property located on a 75-acre farm, just 3.1 mi from the Twizel township. The property offers air conditioning and free WiFi. They property was fanatic. Out of the way. Private with great scenery. We loved the farm animals that were waiting to be fed. That was a huge highlight for our son. The other was the out door baths we all used a couple of times. It was clean and had all the modern necessities needed to still keep in touch. Owners were friendly and Ange went out of her way to explain about the property then take us to see other animals.
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Twizel this weekend is $108 or, for a 4-star hotel, $89. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Twizel for this weekend cost around $279 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, 3-star hotels in Twizel cost $120 per night, and 4-star hotels in Twizel are $90 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Twizel can be found for $124 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs $78 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Twizel for tonight. You'll pay around $54 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Twizel will cost around $195, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
We were very happy with the totally Self-Contained Cottage, and would have liked to stay longer. The owners/Hosts were very friendly and helpful, and also had a very friendly curly black dog. we would love to see them and stay again some time.
We both love Twizel, the people, just generally the whole place. Weather not to good so kerbed what we did, went fishing, weather turned nasty so returned to motel, Twizel has a little bit of everything, love the hardware store, always have a good look in there. The knit/fishing shop also very good and interesting, infact all the shops are really. We had breakfast at the Bakery, good old Kiwi tucka, - plenty of good places to eat. Twizel not far from Tekapo, went there for a day, deserted and very sad to see it so quiet. Good to see older travelers (Kiwis) like us traveling around NZ.
We loved Twizel. There is so much to see and do in the area - great camping spots, lakes, fishing, salmon farm, clay cliffs, Mt Cook, Oamarama and Tekapo hot pools just a short drive away, lots of cafes and restaurants
Beautiful scenery and weather. Relaxed town; pleasant cafes - liked 'Poppies'. We have a jetski - many lakes close by with great facilities. Clay cliffs worth a visit. Lavender farm on road to Mt Cook; and Mt Cook itself. Many walks on well maintained paths. Wonderful information centre.
This is a place if you looking for peace and nature. This place are near to lakes around it! Lake Ruataniwha, Weirepo Arm, Lake Pukaki and also Tekapo. Lake Pukaki is a MUST visit place overlooking the Mount Cook range. Don't forget to visit the High Country Salmon farm, Alpine Lavender Farm too. Near Twizel, there's a place call Clay Cliffs, a natural rock formations about 30km from twizel.
This town is a testament to those people who worked on the Upper Waitaki Power Project which, with it's engineering and beautiful canals is a spectacle in itself. Twizel was destined to disappear when the Power Project finished but the local people fought for its survival and won. We have them to thank for an increasingly growing and interesting town which is a great base from which to explore all that there is to offer in the surrounding countryside. In the town itself I can recommend Poppies Restaurant and the Twizel Book Shop, surely the smallest and greatest little bookshop in NZ. Further out of town are stunning lakes to explore as well as the ever present Aoraki Mt Cook. The Alps to Ocean Cycle Trail is becoming a must do for anyone interested in biking and there are some lovely walking tracks too. A great place for those who want to be active and those who want to just chill out and those who want to do both.
They property was fanatic. Out of the way. Private with great scenery. We loved the farm animals that were waiting to be fed. That was a huge highlight for our son. The other was the out door baths we all used a couple of times. It was clean and had all the modern necessities needed to still keep in touch. Owners were friendly and Ange went out of her way to explain about the property then take us to see other animals.
Jo and Peter have created a soulful sanctuary in the heart of the Mackenzie region. Enjoy the jetted tub overlooking the lake & snow capped mountains. And be sure to stay up on a clear night and be amazed at the Southern sky.
Absolutely amazing, the space was clean and beautiful with so many thoughtful touches including the outdoor tub, the binoculars and breakfast! We were lucky to get clear skies so the star gazing was perfect as well as the sunset
Beautifully equipped and spotlessly clean. Comfortable with thoughtful little extras - fleecy blanket, extra pillows, ash tray on deck.
The suite is large and well kept. My parents and I love it very much. The lake in the early morning is very beautiful.
The old couple is very nice. The house is warm and clean. It is an excellent experience.
We had a great stay. Cabin was great and kitchen facilities were good.
Spacious house and rooms, thoughtful facilities, and friendly staffs.
Clean comfortable good location amenities good
Good value for money, spacious rooms