Hokitika Fire Station Boutique Accommodation, 9 Hamilton Street, Hokitika 7810

Boutique
accommodation
in the heart of
Hokitika

Steeped in local history, this iconic listed building has been lovingly restored and converted into five beautifully styled holiday apartments.

The apartments

Each apartment at the Hokitika Fire Station has its own unique feel but all five are equally welcoming, with thoughtful touches of luxury. Whether you’re looking for a large family apartment or a studio for two, there’s something for every guest.

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Local attractions, nearby places & cool things to do in Hokitika

There are events going on in Hokitika and the surrounding area throughout the year, with the summer season jam-packed with things to do.  From triathlons and multisport races to beach art, horse racing and fishing, it’s well worth finding out what’s on during your stay at the Hokitika Fire Station Apartments.

Cycle Trails & Walks

When you stay at Hokitkia Fire Station Apartments you’re never far from the action.  We are a short drive from the Hokitika Gorge Walk and, for cycling enthusiasts, a few minutes from the West Coast Wilderness Trail.

Tours & Activities

If you want to spend a day or two exploring the immediate area, there are plenty of activities and things to do in Hokitika.  Local history, arts and crafts, artisan greenstone carving and, of course, gold!
 
 

Eating Out

Food finds its way to the top of most priority lists and Hokitika township has plenty to suit all ages, palates and dietary requirements.  Within a short walk from the comfort of the Hokitika Fire Station Apartments, you’ll find something for everyone.

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The History of the Hokitika Firestation Apartments

Our story really begins back in 1864, when Maori found gold near the Taramakau River while looking for pounanu (greenstone). News soon spread, and the area’s population exploded. As the township developed from hastily pitched canvas tents to closely built houses, the need grew for a fire station to meet the ever-present threat of fire. During your stay you’ll find constant reminders of our proud history.
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