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TRAVELLERS

REST

Character on the bay

Travellers Rest includes a large shared lounge, traditional porch with sea views, traditionally-styled rooms, a self-contained unit and a two-bedroom unit with private lounge and fully equipped kitchen.

DOUBLE/TWIN ROOM 23

 

- King size or two single beds

- Ensuite with shower

- Sea views

- Tea making facility

- Sky TV

- WiFi available

NZ$ 275 /night

Sleeps 2

Incl. continental breakfast

at Hotel Chatham

DOUBLE/TWIN ROOM 22

 

- King size or two single beds

- Ensuite with shower

- Garden views

- Tea making facility

- Sky TV

- WiFi available

NZ$ 275 /night

Sleeps 2

Incl. continental breakfast

at Hotel Chatham

FAMILY ROOM 24

 

- Two queen beds

- Ensuite with shower

- Sea views

- Tea making facility

- Sky TV

- WiFi available

NZ$ 275 /night

Sleeps up to 4

Incl. continental breakfast

at Hotel Chatham

TWO ROOM UNIT

 

- King size or two single beds PLUS

- Single bed in adjoining room with sea views

- Separate bathroom with shower

- Separate lounge and kitchen

- Sky TV

- WiFi available

- Private deck

NZ$ 300 /night

Sleeps 3

Incl. continental breakfast

at Hotel Chatham

SELF-CONTAINED UNIT

 

- King size or two single beds

- Ensuite with shower

- Kitchen

- Sky TV

- WiFi available

NZ$ 275 /night

Sleeps 2

Incl. continental breakfast

at Hotel Chatham

Some properties are better suited for groups or long-term arrangements. When you make your enquiry, tell us what you need and we will find our best available accommodation option. Let us know if you have particular needs or if you wish the room to be appointed differently eg. twin or double beds. If you need baby cots and high chairs, please book in advance with your room as we have limited numbers available.

Hotel Chatham and the Forget Me Not Suites have one wheelchair accessible room each.

To secure your booking, payment of one night's accommodation is required.

Credit card surcharge: +2.5%

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Photograph: Leon Berard

Meet long-lost locals

In 1972 only 18 Black Robins could be counted. By 1976 there were only seven  left. These were all moved to Mangere Island where 120,000 trees had been planted to provide better shelter. By 1980 there were only five Black Robins in the world with just a single breeding pair left. A dedicated team of New Zealand Wildlife Service staff decided to cross-foster eggs and young to another species. It was successful and by early 2013, the Black Robin population was around 250.

HOTEL CHATHAM

1 Waterfront Road

Waitangi

Chatham Island

New Zealand

+64 (0)3 305 0048

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