If you’re in need of somewhere away from it all,
then prepare to be bewitched, charmed, and enchanted by one of
New Zealand’s best kept secrets – the West Coast.
You’ll feel like time has stood still – it has – and you’ll love it.
After a visit by Premier Richard John Seddon in 1903, a fledgling coal settlement on the south bank of the Mokihinui River was named Seddonville.
A fully licensed 40 seat restaurant specialising in wholesome West Coast New Zealand cuisine, comfortable accommodation and a fully stocked bar
We could have passed this place by but it was recommended to us by a friend. So glad we took his advice! A little corner of New Zealand more people should get to see.— Alan and Les, London, England