Beach View Motels, Rapahoe Beach, Greymouth

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Beach View Motel, Greymouth

Bill and Judy would like to welcome you to their new motel complex.

Finished in 2006 it boasts many features only found in larger complexes.

We hope that you will enjoy your visit to this secluded, scenic part of New Zealand.

Rapahoe Beach Accommodation

  • 150m from beach

  • Wireless Internet

  • Elevated views from all units

  • 4 Units serviced daily

  • 3 Studios sleep 3

  • 1 x 1brm sleeps 6

  • Cooking facilities

  • Microwave

  • Hair dryer

  • Twin/queen size beds

  • Electric blankets

  • Heaters

  • Laundry

Accommodation Rates

Quoted in NZ$, Subject to Change.

  • $99 - $120 per night for two adults
  • $15 per adult after two

About Rapahoe

Rapahoe is a small settlement just 10 minutes north of Greymouth. It is a quiet community with under 50 houses and overlooks a magnificent beach. It is situated on the "coast road" which is now rated by the lonely planet as on the top ten scenic drives in the world. Rapahoe is also on the boundary of the Paparoa national park which boasts native forest, limestone cliffs, caves and underground streams. The Point Elizabeth walkway leads out to the top of the headland from where the seals and Hector's dolphins can often be seen. A seal colony is also located on the rocks at the far end of the beach. The beach itself provides great stone collecting possibilities, with greenstone often found, fishing, surfing and safe swimming.


The Greymouth area is just 10 minutes south of Rapahoe and is the main business centre for the westcoast region. It offers visitors a wide range of outdoor experiences including shantytown, quad bike and 4X4 off-road adventures, mountain biking, river and cave rafting, canoeing, caving, climbing, guided walks & tours, scenic flights, helicopter flights, glacier landings, surfing, gold panning and much more. You will also find jade and bone carving galleries, art galleries, museums with a variety of cafes and restaurants.


Punakaiki is most famous for its pancake rocks and blowholes - both of which are spectacular and a must see when visiting the west coast. They are formed by the weathering of layers of limestone and are quite spectacular. Punakaiki is also in the middle of the Paparoa National Park. This is managed by the department of conservation and has been under their care since 1987. Punakaiki has a number of coastal walks that will allow you to take a closer look at your surroundings and to walk along the sandy beaches. There are also tracks that lead through the native rainforest so that you can experience the native flora in more detail. There is also a large number of forest birds such as Tui, Bellbird and Kereru (New Zealand pigeon) that migrate seasonally between coastal and upland.




1049 State Highway 6
Rapahoe 7803

Phone: +64 3 762 7805


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