Outlined below are the types of accommodation options you can expect to find throughout New Zealand.
Accommodation options are displayed in alphabetical order.
Bed and Breakfast
An overnight boardinghouse with breakfast.
A seaside resort is a resort located on the coast. Where a beach is the primary focus for tourists, it may be called a beach resort.
Camping Grounds and Parks
A site where people on holiday can pitch a tent, use caravan accommodation or rent a small bach/holiday house.
In modern usage, a cottage is a dwelling, typically in a rural, or semi-rural location (although there are cottage-style dwellings in cities).
Farmstay is a form of tourism and/or study abroad program that allows the visitor to rent a room from a local family in a more rural area.
Vacation property is a niche in the real estate market dealing with residences used for holiday vacations.
Homestay is a form of tourism and/or study abroad program that allows the visitor to rent a room from a local family.
Offering travelers lodging, meals and other services.
Offering sole occupancy of a room which typically consists of a bedroom and attached ensuite.
Motor Homes and Caravans
A self-propelled, completely self-contained vehicle that contains all the conveniences of a home, including cooking, sleeping, and permanent sanitary facilities and in which the driver? area is accessible in a walking position from the living quarters.
A ski area is a developed recreational facility, usually on a mountain or large hill, containing ski trails and vital supporting services.
A house, are larger and more expensive than average, in the countryside or on the coast.