10 Best Self-Catering Accommodations in Greymouth šŸ½ļø [2023]© A Touch of Class Holiday Home
10 Best Self-Catering Accommodations in Greymouth šŸ½ļø [2023]

10 Best Self-Catering Accommodations in Greymouth šŸ½ļø [2024]

© A Touch of Class Holiday Home

Where to Find Self-Contained Accommodations and Stays with Kitchens in Greymouth

Save money on food when travelling by cooking your own meals! If this is your mantra or you simply want more control of your diet when travelling, then these self-catering accommodations in Greymouth are sure to suit! We take a look at the best self-contained accommodations and alternative accommodations with cooking facilities in this list.

While you’re here, you might also be interested in 10 Best Walks in Greymouth to walk your meals off, or how about The Complete Travel Guide to Greymouth?

1. Aachen Place Motel

For those who would rather be in charge of their own meals, take a look at the self-catering accommodation at Aachen Place Motel. The motel features a number of rooms with basic kitchenettes (double hotplate, toaster and microwave), as well as two-bedroom units with full kitchen facilities. Alternatively, the motel is 100m (109 yards) away from a restaurant that offers meal chargebacks to your room. Facilities at the motel include free WiFi, electric blankets, continental breakfasts available, Sky TV and a barbecue area.

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2. Coleraine Suites & Apartments

For something a little more classy, take a look at the Coleraine Suites & Apartments. This high-end apartment complex features a range of self-contained accommodations, as well as snazzy additions like a Tesla charging station, bike storage, free WiFi and a DVD collection. Groups and families will find ample space in the well-appointed standard and executive “Two-Bedroom Units”, while couples can treat themselves to added luxuries in the “Executive Spa Studio”. Discover more upscale stays like this in the 6 Best Luxury Accommodations in Greymouth.

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Coleraine Suites & Apartments© Coleraine Suites & Apartments

3. Scenicland Motels

Scenicland Motels offers great value accommodation in Greymouth with excellent self-catering facilities. The one-bedroom units are a top choice featuring a full kitchen – both ideal for couples or solo travellers. Groups or families may want to consider one of the one or one-bedroom apartments with self-contained facilities. Other facilities at the motel include free WiFi, newspaper delivery and Sky TV.

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Scenicland Motels© Scenicland Motels

4. Apostles View Motel

Ideal for those with their own transport, Apostles View Motel is located 3km (2 miles) north of Greymouth city centre and features fabulous views of the nearby mountains which the motel is named after. There are eight spacious motel units with separate bedrooms, a dining area, a full kitchen and an ensuite. With a children’s playground on-site, this budget motel is a popular option for families. See more like this in our 10 Best Family Accommodations in Greymouth.

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10 Best Self-Catering Accommodations in Greymouth© Apostles View Motel

5. Noah’s Ark Backpackers

This backpacker accommodation is a good choice for travellers on a tight budget. Noah’s Ark Backpackers offers a range of animal-themed rooms that you’ll either love or hate, including single, double, twin and triple rooms with shared facilities, dorms, family rooms and tent sites. You’ll be able to spruce up your own meals thanks to the communal kitchen and eat among fellow backpackers in the lounge and dining room. Plus, you won’t have to worry about breakfast as supplies are provided for free in the kitchen each morning. See more accommodation like this in the 7 Best Backpacker Hostels in Greymouth.

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6. Greymouth Kiwi Holiday Park & Motels

An alternative accommodation type worth considering is holiday parks. Greymouth Kiwi Holiday Park & Motels is a holiday park featuring free unlimited WiFi, free use of the spa pool, barbecues and more. Travellers have a range of self-catering accommodations to choose from, including one and two-bedroom motel units, tourist flats, cabins and camping sites – the latter two you will be able to use the communal kitchen to make your creations. The holiday park is located in South Beach nearby attractions like the Aorangi Scenic Reserve and West Coast Wilderness Trail.

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10 Best Self-Catering Accommodations in Greymouth© Greymouth Kiwi Holiday Park & Motels

7. Paparoa Beach Hideaway (Barrytown)

A tranquil stay on the outskirts of Greymouth, a little further north in the country hills of Barrytown, Paparoa Beach Hideaway offers luxurious holiday home accommodation with self-catering facilities. Their tastefully designed one and two-bedroom holiday homes nestled in verdant bush offer a true West Coast experience complete with a luxurious cedar hot tub. Soak your troubles away, enjoy a barbecue on your private deck and watch the famous West Coast sunset from your elevated position. For more stays ideal for couples, also check out our 7 Most Romantic Accommodations in Greymouth.

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10 Best Self-Catering Accommodations in Greymouth© Paparoa Beach Hideaway

8. A Touch of Class Holiday Home

For those seeking their own space within Greymouth, choose the home-away-from-home experience of “A Touch of Class“. While it’s up to you to judge how classy this abode is, it’s certainly modern with fresh furniture and decor across its three bedrooms and a large living room sleeping up to a total of a whopping eight guests. Of course, it also has a very functional and spacious open-plan kitchen and dining area. The home is surrounded by gorgeous gardens and native bush, while being just a 20-minute walk from the town centre

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10 Best Self-Catering Accommodations in Greymouth© A Touch of Class Holiday Home

9. Alpine Rose Motel

An easy-to-reach motel on the main road through Greymouth and with well-appointed rooms, Alpine Rose Motel provides excellent self-catering accommodation in Greymouth. There is a range of units to suit a variety of budgets, from studios to more spacious family units in different sizes. Enjoy the convenience of self-catering amenities, as well as facilities like Sky TV, spa baths, free WiFi, and the option for cooked or continental breakfasts. For more endearing stays (some also with hot tubs), check out the 7 Most Romantic Accommodations in Greymouth.

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10 Best Self-Catering Accommodations in Greymouth© Alpine Rose Motel

10. Greymouth Seaside TOP 10 Holiday Park

Another holiday park in Greymouth with a range of accommodations available is the Greymouth Seaside TOP 10 Holiday Park. The self-contained units here feature attractive timber-lined interiors and clean and comfortable furnishings. Choose either a studio motel unit or a slightly more spacious two-bedroom motel unit. Alternatively, there are cheaper cabins, some with kitchens and some without, but there are communal bathrooms and kitchen facilities also available. Find this accommodation just a short drive from the city centre and alongside the West Coast Wilderness Trail. For more affordable stays like this, be sure to also check out the 10 Best Budget Accommodations in Greymouth.

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More About Self-Catering Accommodations in Greymouth

That’s it for our list of the best self-catering accommodations in Greymouth. For more travel-planning success, take a look at these other Greymouth guides:

Finally, if there’s anything we’ve missed, you’re likely to find it in The Complete Travel Guide to Greymouth.


Robin C.

This article was reviewed and published by Robin, the co-founder of NZ Pocket Guide. He has lived, worked and travelled across 16 different countries before calling New Zealand home. He has now spent over a decade in the New Zealand tourism industry, clocking in more than 600 activities across the country. He is passionate about sharing those experiences and advice on NZ Pocket Guide and its YouTube channel. Robin is also the co-founder of several other South Pacific travel guides.

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