The Coastal Motor Lodge is 18 kilometres from the heart of Te Mata. Alternatively, the Avalon Motel Thames is located 20 kilometres away. More places to stay worth checking out are the Tuscany on Thames and the Nightingale Falls Farmstay Retreat.
Should you have the time, be sure to travel to other parts of North Island. Explore the art museums in North Island, or simply head off with that someone special and enjoy the region's beaches, coastal plains and forests. Visitors in this part of New Zealand often enjoy snowboarding and skiing.
It's well known that we Kiwis are pretty laid back, so consider extending your stay and check out the Goldfields Shopping Centre, Thames Historical Museum and Butterfly and Orchid Garden, in Thames, 20 kilometres to the south of Te Mata. If you'd like to stay in Thames, be sure to check out the Rolleston Motel and Cotswold Cottage. 20 kilometres to the northeast of Te Mata, you'll find Whitianga, home to the Sovereign Pier on the Waterways and Aotearoa Lodge. While in Whitianga, set aside some time to check out the Cathedral Cove Beach, Cooks Beach and Buffalo Beach.
Get your sports fix by making a trip to Eden Park, which is 70 kilometres to the west of Te Mata. The Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbour and the Quest on Beaumont are close to all the action.
Travellers planning on arriving through Auckland International Airport may like to stay at the Heartland Hotel Auckland Airport or the Airport Gateway Hotel, both of which are a short trip away.
Hotels in Te Mata start at NZ$86 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.