10 Brougham Street
www.arthotel.co.nz Phone: 03 789 8203
Art Hotel is family run and provides art and accommodation under one roof. The character hotel building is close to town and has 10 rooms overlooking Victoria Park. Local art is featured throughout the hotel and it has a dedicated gallery space. Kitchen and bathrooms are communal, stay short or long term from $30 single per night to $175 single per week. Art Hotel is community focussed and lunches are available to all for a small donation.
Beaconstone Eco Lodge
17kms south of Westport on State Highway 6
www.beaconstoneecolodge.co.nz Phone: 027 431 0491
The development of Beaconstone Eco Lodge has been a labour of love and it will be appreciated by those who like their accommodation to have a minimal impact on the environment. The property is solar powered, has composting toilets (loos with views) and rainfall is the water supply. From $27 per night. *Beaconstone is open from October - May.*
Reef Cottage Bed & Breakfast
Phone: 0800 770 440
Reef Cottage was built in 1887 and was originally a barrister's office, the old office vault has been turned in to an en suite for one of the bedrooms. There is a guest lounge, kitchen, and garden. The Reef Cafe next door serves breakfast for guests and is open for lunch, evening dining seasonal. B&B from $90 single, $100 double.
Te Nikau Retreat Backpackers & Self Contained Accommodation
19 Hartmount Place
Phone: 03 731 1111
Hide away in the rainforest at Te Nikau Retreat in the Stargazer - a rustic wooden hut with a partial glass roof, from $51 double. You can also pitch your tent or stay in one of the lodges or small cabins. Muffins and bread are baked daily and are for sale. (Te Nikau is located 3km north of Pancake Rocks).
Global Village Backpackers
42-54 Cowper Street
www.globalvillagebackpackers.co.nz Phone: 03 768 7272
Global Village is decorated in a global art theme and has an outdoor spa. There are bikes and fishing rods for guests to use free of charge. Dorm beds from $25. May have a stay four, pay three special over winter.
Te Pahika Guards Van/Train Carriage
15 minutes south of Greymouth
www.airbnb.co.nz Phone: 027 222 9064
Built in 1907 and crashed at Moana in 1963, Te Pahika guards van has been sympathetically restored into unique accommodation which includes a purpose built ‘station’ housing a fully equipped kitchen and bathroom. If you are looking for somewhere a little quirky and different to stay, in a quiet and peaceful location where you are surrounded by native bush, can enjoy the setting sun and wake up to bird song, you won’t be disappointed. Rates from $140 for 2 people. Te Pahika is conveniently located 15 minutes’ drive South of Greymouth, close to Shantytown and the Wilderness cycle trail.
20 Hamilton Street
Phone: 03 755 8232
In the heart of Hokitika and opposite the museum, Teichelmann's B&B offers ensuite rooms. The house was built in 1910 for Dr Teichelmann, a mountaineer, photographer and conservationist; as his home and medical rooms. Trip Advisor reviews are excellent and many reviewers enjoy learning about the history of the house, and about the life of Dr Teichelmann. From $145 single, Teichy's Garden Cottage from $255.
46 Cron Street
www.rainforestretreat.co.nz Phone: 03 752 0220
Rainforest Retreat is set in six acres of native bush and accommodation includes a self contained log cabin called the Tree Hut. Rainforest Holiday Park offers cheaper accommodation in dorm rooms, and powered sites for campervans. Monsoon bar (when it rains we pour) and restaurant is onsite, and Glacier Hot Pools are opposite.