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Considering there's only 1 hotel within a 10-kilometre radius of Ward's heart, consider securing a place to stay well before you fly.
Hunting for a place to stay close to Ward? Check out the High Country Wilderness Retreat, in neighbouring New Zealand. Another close choice is the Ugbrooke Country Estate, situated in New Zealand, found 25 kilometres from the centre of Ward.
If you are in the main part of Ward, it is 5 kilometres to the A1 Ward Motel.
The broader South Island region is definitely well worth spending some time in as well. South Island is known for beaches and coastal plains, as well as commonly visited South Island tourist sights like the old towns, cathedrals and art museums. Travellers in this part of New Zealand enjoy snowboarding and skiing.
Everyone knows we Kiwis are pretty chilled, so consider extending your stay and check out the St Clair Winery, Pollard Park and Seymour Square, which you'll find in Blenheim, 35 kilometres to the north of Ward. Should you wish to spend a few nights in Blenheim, be sure to check out the Colonial Motel and Bella Vista Motel Blenheim. Or, you could consider staying in Picton, 60 kilometres to the north of Ward, where you can choose from the Broadway Motel and Anchor Down Picton Bed & Breakfast. The Edwin Fox, Picton Harbour and Mabel Island are just some of the more popular points of interest to experience for those visiting Picton.
Get your fix of local sport by taking a journey to Newtown Park, which is 85 kilometres to the northeast of Ward. Those sports fans wanting to stay close by can select from the Airport Motor Lodge or the Quest on the Terrace.
Woodbourne Airport is the most popular gateway to Ward. Nearby hotels include the Vintners Retreat and the Olde Mill House B&B & Bike Hire.
Hotels in Ward start at NZ$80 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.