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The Westshore Inn is just 50 metres from Westshore Beach, a short 5 minutes drive to downtown Art Deco district and 1km from the West Quay Restaurant District. Access to link roads for all the wineries are just 150 metres down the road.
Adjacent to the Ahuriri Estuary Wildlife Reserve & Walkways which provides for kayaking, sailing and wonderful walks
We are the closest accomodation to the airport and do not hear a thing!!!
The Chalets are secluded and quiet each with two bedrooms and separate lounge-29in Televisions. Ideal for numbers up to 5. Rooms can have King size beds or split to King singles.
Our NEW 2007 Chalet Studios have flat screen TV's and super king beds & heat pump airconditioning.
We have a Bistro using local produce producing modern Hawkes Bay cuisine. We serve locally roasted Hawthorne Coffee-At great value for money prices....
We have a friendly sports bar with 3 giants screens and 3 Sky decoders to cover all sports. Our Platinum TAB is the most comprehensive in Hawkes Bay if you enjoy a flutter-We also have a small Gaming Lounge/Casino.
The Westshore Hotel has been a resident of Westshore Beach community for approximately 180 years starting life as McKains Villers Accommodation House off the spit where a James McKain applied for a bush Licence to enable him to sell liquor at the House. The current Westshore Hotel can trace her roots back to this House whose licence was appeared in the “New Munster Gazette’ on 22 August 1851.
Through various gues and reincarnations as; Ahuriri, The Ferry, Ferryman’s, and latterly The Westshore. Its current location can be traced back to a fire in the then named Ferry Hotel at The Spit bridge.
The owners of The Ferry Hotel had to endure a lengthy court battle to keep the licence and to have the Hotel rebuilt. Eventually around 1925 the new Hotel was built at the junction of Meeanee Quay and Embankment Road and named The Westshore Hotel.
The Westshore Inn has outstanding parking with 54 off-street parks on site and over 70 in carpark opposite-ALL PARKING IS FREE.
On-site parking is suitable for boats trailered sports cars.
- BBQ Area
- Free Parking
- On Site Restaurant
- Broadband Internet Access
- Conference Facilities
- Games Room
- Pet friendly
- Guest Laundry
- DVD Library
- Tour Desk
Terms & Conditions
A minimum of 1 nights deposit unless otherwise agreed.
A minimum of 72 hours' notice is required by this property for cancellations or changes. Cancellations or changes made within 72 hours of the check in time forfeit the full amount of the first changed or cancelled night.