I stayed for two nights on a powered site with my camper van from 24-25th April.
After other Kiwi Holiday Camps, this was something of a disappointment. It is sandwiched between a railway line on one side and an industrial park on the other. It's a very small campsite with correspondingly small facilities. Which were clean, just basic. The showers however were excellent. I didn't get a great welcome, the manager didn't even know if the internet was any good. I was also disturbed by the thumping of music from the gym until gone 10.30 at night. The piece de resistance was the television room which had three very old, very grubby armchairs which were lethal to sit on - unstable and I nearly fell off two of them when I leaned back on them. Photos attached!
The only advantage it has it that it's close to the Kiwi House and Waitomo caves though there are others in the area. My love for Kiwi Holiday Camps is over I'm afraid which is a shame as the two others I have stayed at were very nice.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Otorohanga Kiwi Holiday Park, now under new management. We have a range of accommodation to suit all budgets. Camping sites, where you get to choose your site, basic cabins, studio self contained units and 2 bedroom self contained units. Air conditioning and double glazing in some units. Located close to town facilities and the Otorohanga Kiwi House and Native Bird Park. Only 15 minutes to The world Famous Glow Worm Caves and Adventure Caving. ... more less
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