I stayed 3 nights here, I was spoilt with the first two nights being the only guest and having the place to myself. I biked the rail trail so its a perfect location for this. It was extremely clean, my towels got changed each day, and new soap. My only complaint is that on the last night, four other people arrived, and my room was in the middle of the other two, the walls are very thin and you hear all conversations and noise. The shower had great hot water and good pressure, their is just a bit of a queue to use the shower, as their is only one. I would stay here again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Nunnery is a new guest accommodation alternative in Te Aroha. Te Aroha is becoming a popular tourist destination due mainly to its mineral spa pools, bush walks and mountain bike tracks. The Nunnery is within easy walking distance to the tourist attractions, shops, restaurants, hotels and clubs. It is a brick building built in 1977 to house The Sisters of Mercy. Present owners, local people Paul Herbert and Denise Andersen, bought it in 2008 and in November 2009 it was opened for guest accommodation. We have one semi-detached studio unit which is proving very popular. With Air-conditioning, en-suite, flat screen television, toast, tea & coffee making facilities, fridge/freezer. In the main accommodation wing we have 3 double and 2 single bedrooms. These bedrooms have wash basins and heat pumps and have access to a guest lounge, kitchenette and deck. Full Breakfast or Continental available on request. The Nunnery also has ample off street parking and boasts spacious grounds. ... more less
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