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Come and experience one of New Zealand's largest natural harbours and the magnificent views of Mount Maunganui.
Lovely place. Would definitely stay again!
Great little bach, very tidy and everything as in description. Great value.
This batch is exactly as described and suited is perfectly
Didn't meet host but communication was great
Thanks for the great stay. The house was a cosy and neat kiwi bach. The bed was very comfy and had lovely linen. I had a lovely time lying on the beach just across the road. Unfortunately I didn't get to meet Stella but maybe next time!
My second stay at Seablues, and hopefully not my last. A great little bach in a perfect location, close to the beach, shops and easy access to all the local tourist attractions. Highly recommended.
Quintessential Kiwi bach, clean, bright and airy. Great location. Perfect for a relaxing stay in the Mt Maunganui area.
Stella was easy to deal with and the place is right across the road from the beach. It is an easy cycle into town and all the coffee shops, stores, etc. The beach is wide and almost deserted. The apartment is quiet, has good internet, and a pleasant place to stay.
A very pleasant stay in this gorgeous little beach house. Proximity to the beach is great, there is a beach access right across the road and a network of accesses that takesxyou right back to the shopping mall. Everything I needed was there and Stella was quick to get back to me about any queries I had.
Perfectly positioned NZ bach and everything inside that you need. Milk in the fridge and even an iron and ironing board. Many thanks to Stella.
I had a lovely three nights at Seablues, the property was easy to find, as described, clean and tidy, and had lots of character. I went for walks on the beach every morning and enjoyed the good water pressure in the shower.
Has everything you need, I would recommend this place to anyone wanting to stay in Mount Manganui. Thank you Stella!