- Sky Tv
- Off Street Parking
- Free Wifi
Our Paihia motel is family-run and friendly. As proud Northlanders, it gives us great pleasure to share the Bay of Islands with our guests. Our goal (and that of our family and fantastic staff) is to ensure that you have a memorable experience by offering you great service, smiles, cleanliness,comfort and that you feel a part of our family and the community.
We practice daily values of sustainability in our family, community and the business in an effort to preserve this piece of paradise! We are very proud to be part of a proactive community giving back to the community. We offer recycling, we have waste monitoring systems in place and monitor our energy output to minimise our footprint. We want to enhance New Zealand’s clean green reputation. Most of our guests appreciate this and we trust you will too!
We are doing our best to preserve our part of paradise!
Greg and Suzi
“Moving back to Northland and the Bay of Islands from Auckland with our two daughters in 2001 to join my parents in the motel was a great decision for our family. Hospitality and family are the heart of who we are, and our whole focus has been to provide a first-class accommodation experience and share our knowledge of this beautiful area where we are fortunate to live.
We are well supported by our great little team/family who pride themselves in greeting our guests and welcoming you to our home. We wish for you all to experience the beautiful Bay of Islands and respectively love it as we do!” -- Suzi
Operators of the Year 2010, Host Accommodation
Proud supporters of Paihia Fire Brigade and St Johns Ambulance, Focus Paihia, Paihia Community Patrol, Waitangi Golf Club, Business Paihia, Bay of Islands MANZ, Bay of Islands Yacht Club, BOI Swordfish Club, and our schooling and sporting communities
What our guests say
"Great location awesome hosts and lovely rooms. Hosts are always willing to go that extra mile very accommodating. I return regularly for business but always sleep well in this nice quiet location. Wal..."
Ferny, May 2017