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Set in the heart of the CBD and close to the celebrated Len Lye Gallery

Bella Vista Motel New Plymouth

Overview

Overview

Karyn welcomes you to New Plymouth's Bella Vista Motel, one of the closest and quietest motels in the CBD.

New Plymouth is only a 45-50-minute flight from Auckland or Wellington. A scenic drive from major tourism centers, Taranaki enjoys full transport services by Air New Zealand Link and bus services.

With Taranaki’s epic surf, spectacular gardens, great events, legendary mountain and countless outdoor and cultural adventures it’s easy to see why the region prides itself on being a destination ‘like no other’.

New Plymouth's Bella Vista Motel is only a few minutes walk from the many cafés, restaurants and bars, the famous Len Lye Art Gallery and...

Karyn welcomes you to New Plymouth's Bella Vista Motel, one of the closest and quietest motels in the CBD.

New Plymouth is only a 45-50-minute flight from Auckland or Wellington. A scenic drive from major tourism centers, Taranaki enjoys full transport services by Air New Zealand Link and bus services.

With Taranaki’s epic surf, spectacular gardens, great events, legendary mountain and countless outdoor and cultural adventures it’s easy to see why the region prides itself on being a destination ‘like no other’.

New Plymouth's Bella Vista Motel is only a few minutes walk from the many cafés, restaurants and bars, the famous Len Lye Art Gallery and Puke Ariki Museum. Close by are many other attractions including Pukekura Park. Or you could enjoy a stroll along our beautiful foreshore, which spans 12.7kms along our picturesque coastline, where you will also find the award winning architecturally designed Rewa Rewa Bridge and Wind Wand.

Whether traveling for business or leisure, you can choose from a range of well priced rooms with free car parking, free Wifi and bicycles.

You can be assured of a warm welcome at reception where we will assist you in every way possible. We look forward to seeing you soon!

 

Distances from New Plymouth Motel

New Plymouth Domestic Airport 30mins
Shops & Restaurants 5mins
Mt Taranaki 30mins
Coastal Walkway 2mins

Our Rooms

  • At a glance
  • Check-in 2.00pm

    Check-out 10.00am

    Office hours 7.30am to 8.30pm

  • On-site parking Free of charge

  • Breakfast service Continental breakfast available on request

  • Available on request Interconnecting rooms, cot, high chair

  • Value adds Free WIFI (limits apply), plunger coffee, guest laundry

  • Email

  • Address 32 Queen Street, New Plymouth

  • Phone +64 6 769 5932

Room Options

Room Options

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Compact Queen Studio

Private bathroom with shower, tea/coffee and toast making facilities. These units are not ideal if you are travelling with large suitcases. More suited to weekend stays or overnight stays.

  • 16 m2
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Queen Studio

Queen Bed, settee and/or tub chairs, private bathroom with shower, microwave kitchenette.

  • 20 m2
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  • 2
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Twin/Triple Studio Twin/Triple Studio photo 2

Twin/Triple Studio

Private bathroom with shower, microwave kitchenette. This is not a large room.

  • 20 m2
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  • 3
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Access Queen/King Studio

Purpose built wheelchair access unit with parking at door. private bathroom with walk-in wet floor shower area, lowered kitchen benches with microwave. Perfectly suitable for non wheelchair users as well.

  • 20 m2
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  • 2
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Super King Studio

Super King Studio

Settee, private bathroom with shower, microwave kitchenette.

  • 20 m2
  • 1
  • 2
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Executive Queen Spa Studio

Executive Queen Spa Studio

Tub chairs, private bathroom with single spa bath & shower (over bath), microwave kitchenette.

  • 20 m2
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1 Bedroom Executive/Family Unit

Fully equipped kitchen, private bathroom with single spa bath & shower (over bath).

  • 37 m2
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  • 4
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Facilities

Facilities

  • 18 modern self-contained, fully serviced studio and family motel units
  • Free high speed wireless broadband internet connection to all rooms at own desk
  • QUALMARK 4 star rating.
  • Quiet location - not on main road - opposite Len Lye Art Gallery
  • Complimentary bicycles to explore walkway, parks & New Plymouth city
  • Fax & copying facilities at reception
  • Purpose built access units
  • Cooked & Continental breakfasts available
  • Modern Guest Laundry
  • DVD Players available & a selection of DVDs
  • Guests sunny outdoor seating & BBQ area
  • Cots & highchairs available
Local Attractions

Local Attractions

For more local info – email or give us a ring

Govett-Brewster Art Gallery / Len Lye Centre

New Zealand's celebrated and only contemporary art museum. The exhibition programme constantly changes so whilst it is always worth checking out what's on, being a stone's throw from New Plymouth Bella Vista means it's a must do.

New Plymouth Wind Wand

The New Plymouth Wind Wand at almost 50 metres tall is a kinetic sculpture located on the waterfront. This iconic landmark bends in the wind and lights up at night. Just a 5 minute walk away from our New Plymouth motel.

Coastal Walkway

A fantastic coastal walkway track stretching for 12.7km, offering spectacular views, outdoor art displays, playgrounds and coffee stops. Walk past sculptures, beaches, rock pools and be sure to visit the iconic Te Rewa Rewa Bridge. The track is a great option either for walking, running or cycling.

Brooklands Zoo

A great, free zoo located in Pukekura Park. It’s the perfect place to come with a picnic lunch. Safe for children and fully fenced, the variety of animals exceeds expectations for a free attraction – farm animals, monkeys, meer cats, exotic birds, plus lots more.

The Gables (Colonial Hospital)

A wonderful slice of history located in Brooklands Park, The Gables was originally constructed as a hospital, and it has been lovingly restored and now houses local art exhibitions.

Taranaki Cathedral, Church of St Mary

This church is currently closed for earthquake repairs but is an amazing historical building with beautifully appointed stonework. If you are looking for a church service, this is currently being held in the hall across the road.

Clock Tower

An iconic clock tower that plays a melodious tune every hour, there is no access to climb to the top, but you are able to appreciate it from ground level. Looks beautiful at night when it’s lit up and only 100 metres from your New Plymouth accommodation.

Todd Energy Aquatic Centre

A great swimming complex featuring pools, hydro-slides, wave machine, dive pool, tots pool, spa pool. The spacious outdoor area is the perfect spot to sit around with a picnic lunch.

Maui Gas Field Visitor Centre

For something a little different learn the story of oil and gas in Taranaki. The pièce de résistance is a replica oil field platform and pictorial explanations of the workings of the Maui Gas installation.

Historic Koru Pa

Koru Pa is thought to be one of the first Maori settlements in Taranaki. Maori tradition identifies that this site may have been built as early as 1000AD. This is a special place that still shows signs of the original infrastructure from the Maori musket wars.

Whitecliffs Walkway

Step out along the five-hour Whitecliffs Walkway. Discover the famous white cliffs and Three Sisters rock formations then walk the hand-hewn Te Horo tunnel. The walkway is closed from 01 June to 30 September

Puke Ariki 

A world-class museum and heritage centre on New Plymouth's waterfront. It includes a visitor centre and cafe and is located just close to the Wind Wand.

Tawhiti Museum

Explore the social and technological heritage of early Maori and European settlers. Reputed to be the best private museum in the country, realistic scale models tell the chapters of Taranaki's past.

Gardens of Significance

​Taranaki is home to 17 gardens of national or regional significance; that's about a quarter of New Zealand's total. At all times of the year, dozens of private gardens can be viewed by appointment. Otherwise attend the premier festival of Taranaki’s gardens – the Taranaki Garden Spectacular. 

Visit Pukekura Park to enjoy the fernery and display houses, as well as a children's zoo, forest walks and row boats.

Pukeiti is internationally recognised for its rhododendron collection set in 360 hectares of native forest or Tupare in New Plymouth and Hollard Gardens in Kaponga are two of New Zealand's finest heritage gardens.

King Edward Park in Hawera features the world's only 'Wendy' statue - the partner to Kensington Garden's 'Peter Pan'.

 

Egmont National Park

Egmont National Park, which includes Mount Taranaki, offers fascinating outdoor adventures. Hike to the summit or enjoy the Pouakai Crossing day hike. Previous snow and ice climbing experience is required during to reach the summit during winter. There are more than 300 kilometres of walking tracks, ranging from ten-minute nature walks to a three-day trek around the mountain. If walking isn't your thing, take a scenic flight over Mount Taranaki. 

Between June and October, the Stratford Mountain Club operates the mountain's only ski field, Manganui. Visitors are always welcome.

Captivating coast with deluxe surf breaks

With a coastline that curves from north-facing to west-facing and around to the south, the waves in Taranaki just keep on rolling. Explore one of New Zealand's best surf regions. Cruise Surf Highway 45 to all the top surfing spots or head to Sugar Loaf Marine Park to encounter seals and other marine life. Book sure to book in for a surf lesson with a local expert.

Cape Egmont Lighthouse

The lighthouse is a wonderful spot for photography with distant Mount Taranaki as a backdrop whilst learning about Taranaki's  maritime past.  The lighthouse will open by appointment.

Taranaki Farmers Market

Every Sunday morning on Currie Street the local sellers and artisans offer their wares. Great local stalls offering  - organic meat, preservative free sausages, fruit and vegetables, fresh fish, honey, nuts, coffee, jams etc

Te Henui Vicarage

This is one of the oldest stone buildings in New Zealand; the Vicarage is a very photogenic building and well worth a visit. It’s now a place used to showcase the local pottery and if you’re lucky enough you may get to throw a pot.

4th Wall Theatre

Head along to view superb theatrical performances. Check out what’s on when you stop by.

Self Guided Arts Trail

Embark on a self-guided arts trail and check out local Taranaki talent, workshops, demonstrations and the opportunity to purchase a unique piece of art. Further information - http://oakuraarts.co.nz/all-year-round-self-guided-trail/

Boars Head Mine Walk

This is the spot where locals hoped to strike it rich, for more than 100 years hopeful prospectors dug shafts into the Kaitake Ranges looking for gold. Today a well-marked track leads 20 min into the bush where the first mineshaft can be found.

emacadamia

For something completely different, try the emacadamia experience - from tree to nut paste, salty roasted macadamias, or chocolate coated, they’re delicious! Book in for a tour and tastings.

New Plymouth Horse Trekking

Horse riding and trekking in the picturesque landscape of the Taranaki countryside, options include 2 hour, half and full day options.

Mega Bounce Trampoline Arena

A whole lot of fun for all ages, this fun park offers over 60 connected trampolines, dodge ball, a foam pit and a tumble pit.

Naki Nitro Indoor Karting

Fun for the entire family – featuring New Zealand’s fastest indoor karts, cadet karts (ages 6-9), racer karts (ages 10+) and dual karts for younger children.

Steam Train Rides

Every Sunday 2 – 4pm (weather permitting) take the opportunity to ride on a scale model live steam train. Operated by New Plymouth Society of Model and Experimental Engineers.

Golf Courses

The region’s top course is the championship Ngamotu Links, home of the New Plymouth Golf Club. Taranaki boasts 19 other golf courses, including grass-roots clubs like Urenui, Waverly and Strathmore, each with their own unique natural hazards and a guaranteed view of the mountain.
 

Bella Vista New Plymouth will happily offer local advice on any of these activities and will gladly facilitate complimentary reservations should an activity require a booking.

Events

Events

Ernest Rutherford: Everyone Can Science

New Zealand’s most famous scientist slips off the 100 dollar bill and into a lecture theatre nearly 80 years after his...

Taranaki Arts Festival - Irish Ceili

It's time to shine your dancing shoes Taranaki because this fun-filled event will have you moving and grooving. Musicians...

Taranaki Arts Festival - Ben Hurley's Earth Planet World

Beloved New Zealand comic Ben Hurley is ready to take on the world. As a young comedian, Ben dreamed of doing a gig in...

Karyn Hay - The March of the Foxgloves

New Zealand/Aotearoa Libri Lounge: The March of the Foxgloves The heroine of Karyn Hay’s second book, The March of the...

Taranaki Arts Festival - An Déise With Special Guest Roesy

Lovers of Irish music are in for an all-around treat with this double show of original folk music, followed by a knees-up...

Taranaki Arts Festival - Hudson & Halls

New Zealand/Aotearoa - Comedy Theatre. Before MasterChef and My Kitchen Rules there was Hudson & Halls. In the closet...

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Location

Location

The motel is opposite Len Lye Art Gallery and a few minutes' stroll to our fabulous coastal walkway, Puke Ariki Museum/Information Centre and a wonderful selection of restaurants, cafes, boutique shops and galleries

32 Queen Street, New Plymouth

+64 6 769 5932

bvnewplymouth@xtra.co.nz

Travel distances in kilometres to New Plymouth

  • From:
  • Gisborne 566 kms
  • Hamilton 240 kms
  • Napier 410 kms
  • Palmerston North 233 kms
  • Rotorua 301 kms
  • Taupo 279 kms
  • Wellington 356 kms
  • Whangarei 517 kms

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