You could try the Dunes Golf Resort as well as the Harbour Drive B&B. The Dunes Golf Resort can be found 35 kilometres from the heart of Fletcher Bay. The Harbour Drive B&B is situated 35 kilometres away. Alternatively, you could make a reservation at the Coromandel Colonial Cottages Motel or the Coromandel Treehouse.
After you've hung out in Fletcher Bay, ensure you allow time to explore North Island's other great offerings. North Island is blessed with beaches, coastal plains, forests and rivers, along with common North Island attractions like the art museums. In this region of New Zealand, tourists can enjoy snowboarding, skiing and tobogganing.
Don't blow through before you have checked out the Coromandel Historical Museum, Coromandel Goldfields Centre & Stamper Battery and Driving Creek Railway in Coromandel. Should you wish to spend a night or two in Coromandel, check out the room rates at the Coromandel TOP 10 Holiday Park and Anchor Lodge Motel Coromandel. Alternatively, you could stay in Whitianga, 45 kilometres to the southeast of Fletcher Bay, where you can choose from the Sovereign Pier on the Waterways and Aotearoa Lodge. The Cathedral Cove Beach, Cooks Beach and Buffalo Beach are some of the most popular sites to experience for those visiting Whitianga.
Before you say "see ya later" to Coromandel Peninsula, ensure you experience some sport. Find Eden Park to the southwest of Fletcher Bay. The Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbour and the Quest on Beaumont are good options if you want to get into it.
Auckland International Airport is the most practical airport for accessing Fletcher Bay and is 80 kilometres from the heart of town. If you would like to stay nearby, try the Heartland Hotel Auckland Airport or the Airport Gateway Hotel.
Hotels in Fletcher Bay start at NZ$70 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.