Nelson Accommodation

The Tasman District is a local government district in the northwest of the South Island of New Zealand.

Bordering the Canterbury Region, West Coast Region, Marlborough Region, and Nelson City, the jaw-dropping beauty and vastly different landscapes between the regions make for some of the most beautiful parts of New Zealand to visit, both for the independent backpacker, and those after a luxury getaway.

Have a read of what we believe are the top accommodation options in each region, for every type of budget.

Budget Accommodation:

Tasman Bay Backpackers:

This is one backpacker accommodation that will stay with you long after you’ve departed. With free bike hire, free all you can eat winter breakfast, and free hot chocolate pudding and ice cream year-round, this is budget accommodation at its finest. 

With an array of dorm rooms as well as private rooms with or without an ensuite, you can choose what is right for you and your budget. Conveniently located near town, it’s also in easy walking distance if you don’t have a car.

Middle-Range Accommodation:

The Wheelhouse Inn:

Consisting of 5 stunning holiday home accommodations with magnificent sea views across to Tasman Bay, these modern homes are extremely well priced for what you get.

With each containing floor to ceiling panoramic views across the ocean within a tranquil and private bush setting, they are all fully self-contained with an outdoor area or balcony.

Perfect for a family getaway, a girls weekend away, or a romantic retreat - these homes are great for all.

Luxury Accommodation:

Te Koi - The Lodge at Bronte:

This secluded retreat accommodation is luxury to a tee.

Set amongst gardens with breathtaking views out to Waimea Estuary, with a seasoned chef and sommelier at your service to match delicious wines with specially prepared local delicacies, you will feel as though you have reached a foodie’s heaven.

If you really want to go big, arrange a helicopter or boat trip and explore the surrounding areas in true style.

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