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Greytown, New Zealand
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Oak Estate Motor Lodge
9.0 Excellent
2 Hospital Road, Greytown, New Zealand
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0.4 mi from city centre, Greytown 
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Oak Estate Motor Lodge is located in Greytown and offers free Wi-Fi. It also provides a playground, meeting rooms and an express check-in and check-out feature.

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Cheapest month:April
Most expensive month:September
Average price in Greytown:£77/night
Cheapest price found:£30/night
Cheapest day:Thursday
Most expensive day:Wednesday
£49 - £108
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£47 - £90
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Oak Estate Motor Lodge
9.0 Excellent
2 Hospital Road, Greytown, New Zealand
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0.4 mi from city centre,  

Oak Estate Motor Lodge is located in Greytown and offers free Wi-Fi. It also provides a playground, meeting rooms and an express check-in and check-out feature.

£87
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Oak Estate Motor Lodge
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Oak Estate Motor Lodge

2 Hospital Road, Greytown, New Zealand

9.0. Excellent
£87

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No. 2 most popular

The Saddlery

174 Main Street, Greytown, New Zealand

9.3. Excellent
£95

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About Greytown

Greytown, also called Te Hupenui, is a laid-back community filled with elegant Victorian buildings and beautiful old-growth trees. You can explore the historic downtown district or venture out of town to discover an ancient Maori meeting ground and a life-size replica of Stonehenge.

Things to do

Pick up a brochure from the visitor centre and embark on a self-guided walking tour of Greytown's historic district. Many of its Victorian buildings, including the 19th-century Greytown Public Library, are fronted by informative plaques that detail each site’s history. Others house cafes, restaurants, galleries and boutiques.

Located on the site of an old stop yard, the Cobblestones Museum features a handful of period buildings, including a school, church, woolshed, blacksmiths and fire station. You can wander around the flower-filled gardens and enjoy a picnic on the grass.

The centuries-old Papawai Marae is one of New Zealand's most important Maori meeting grounds. Stroll around the ancient buildings and admire the carved figures of Maori ancestors. Around 10 kilometres out of town, the Stonehenge Aotearoa is a life-size replica of England's iconic prehistoric monument. Take a self-guided tour or sign up for historical lectures and astronomical experiences.

Enjoy a pint at the Greytown Hotel, one of New Zealand's oldest pubs. It's been welcoming visitors since 1863 and serves hearty meals accompanied by an impressive tap list. Saluté champions an upmarket aesthetic and serves truffle duck risotto and red wine braised beef cheeks.

Getting around

Greytown is easy to explore on foot, especially around the historic district. A rental car is the best way to get around the Wairarapa Region. Wellington is 80 kilometres away and a 1.5-hour journey using public transport.

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Greytown, also called Te Hupenui, is a laid-back community filled with elegant Victorian buildings and beautiful old-growth trees. You can explore the historic downtown district or venture out of town to discover an ancient Maori meeting ground and a life-size replica of Stonehenge.

Things to do in Greytown

Pick up a brochure from the visitor centre and embark on a self-guided walking tour of Greytown's historic district. Many of its Victorian buildings, including the 19th-century Greytown Public Library, are fronted by informative plaques that detail each site’s history. Others house cafes, restaurants, galleries and boutiques.

Located on the site of an old stop yard, the Cobblestones Museum features a handful of period buildings, including a school, church, woolshed, blacksmiths and fire station. You can wander around the flower-filled gardens and enjoy a picnic on the grass.

The centuries-old Papawai Marae is one of New Zealand's most important Maori meeting grounds. Stroll around the ancient buildings and admire the carved figures of Maori ancestors. Around 10 kilometres out of town, the Stonehenge Aotearoa is a life-size replica of England's iconic prehistoric monument. Take a self-guided tour or sign up for historical lectures and astronomical experiences.

Enjoy a pint at the Greytown Hotel, one of New Zealand's oldest pubs. It's been welcoming visitors since 1863 and serves hearty meals accompanied by an impressive tap list. Saluté champions an upmarket aesthetic and serves truffle duck risotto and red wine braised beef cheeks.

Getting around Greytown

Greytown is easy to explore on foot, especially around the historic district. A rental car is the best way to get around the Wairarapa Region. Wellington is 80 kilometres away and a 1.5-hour journey using public transport.

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