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Chartre` Manor B&B


Chartre` Manor B&B

Thames B&B, Homestay, Hosted Self-catering
Prices from $195 to $250 per couple

5 minutes from Thames CBD, 306 Grafton Road, Thames

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Contact Information:

Phone: +64 7 868 3255
Mobile (and SMS): +64276082130
Address: 306 Grafton Road, Thames

Hosts: Pauline & Dennis

Directions: Over the Kauaeranga river as you arrive in Thames township take the signposted right turn into Bank Street. Go to the end of the road and veer right into Parawai Road, 4th on the left is Grafton Road. Follow the arrows opposite Millington place.

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About Chartre` Manor B&B

Chartre` Manor is located in Thames, the Hub of the Coromandel. It is in close proximity to the Pinnacles Great Walk, Raupara Watergardens, Cathedral Cove, Hot Water Beach, Driving Creek Railway and Hauraki Rail Trail. It is an ideal place to base yourself whilst exploring the Coromandel.

Chartre` Manor is relaxing and your hosts Pauline and Dennis are unique in treating others how they would like to be treated. Come as visitors and leave as friends.

Thames is a historic town only 75 minutes from Auckland International Airport. We are 1.5hours from Auckland CBD, Hamilton, Rotorua and Tauranga. We have the friendliest of small town New Zealand and yet everything one would need just down the road.

Meet the locals at the Saturday morning market and have a bite to eat at one of our fabulous restaurants or cafes where service matters, whether you are a local or guest to our town.

Thames restaurants and cafes are
Grahamstown Bar & Diner
Nakontong Thai
The Cumin Indian Cuisine
Cafe Melbourne
The Club
The Wharf
and more


Chartre` Manor B and B


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