Staying in Te Anau allows guests access to the serene waters of Lake Te Anau, which makes up the largest lake in the South Island. The lake is bordered on its western shore by lush, sprawling virgin forestry.
The scenic town of Te Anau is situated on the edge of this beautiful, idyllic lake, with the stunning backdrop of Mt Luxmore and the Murchison mountains.
The town of Te Anau is considered the gateway to the fiords as it lies close to Milford Sound, which is a 2½ hour drive away through this unique terrain.
As well as being close to local cafes and restaurants, the Kingsgate Hotel Te Anau affords its guests proximity to shopping facilities, including a sprinkling of charming souvenir shops. Regular scheduled coach services, meanwhile, link adventurous travellers holidaying in the Fiordland to the West Coast, Queenstown, Christchurch, Dunedin and Invercargill.
The Te Anau area is rich with natural history, breath-taking scenery and offers a broad range of visitor activities. Aside from Mitre Peak, Lake Manapouri and Milford & Doubtful Sounds, there are several great walks in the region including the Milford, Routeburn and Kepler tracks.
Guests staying at this hotel can sample activities such as diving, boat trips, fishing, farm trips, glow worm caves, golf, guided tours, horse treks, hunting, jet boating, kayaking, or scenic flights: there truly is no shortage of activities to enjoy when visiting this mountainous region. Visitors seeking a hotel in Te Anau will find the Kingsgate Hotel Te Anau to be perfectly positioned for exploring this beautiful part of New Zealand.
|Time to Destination|
|Te Anau village centre
2.5 hours (SH 94)