And we only recommend and book accommodation that achieves our exacting standards. That means wherever you stop for the night, a luxury lodge or one of our friendly B&Bs, you can count on these key attributes:
We choose accommodation that celebrates its natural environment so even off the bike you can continue to experience some of New Zealand's most scenic locations. It may be nestled in idyllic native bush, perched on the lakefront or surrounded by spectacular coastal or mountain landscapes but wherever it is, it will represent a taste of the country's best.
We reserve the best rooms we can for our clients whether your staying in hotels, motels, pub accommodation - or an historic castle! Unique to New Zealand, it's just one of our special overnight options and conjures up more than a hint of grandeur. But whatever the style or budget, you can look forward to quality, comfortable rooms and modern infrastructure because we believe you deserve to be well looked after at the end of every day!
Style and service
Experience exceptional style and generous New Zealand hospitality. We avoid hotels that cater for large coach parties, choosing instead the personal service and attention to detail provided by more boutique establishments. Whether the ambience is contemporary, characterful or just plain decadent, all our accommodation offers outstanding service from passionate staff.
I did a solo late winter/ early spring ride for 16 days through the North and South Islands. Initially I was apprehensive of how I would fare alone but the PMT crew's high standards of organization and planning made this a ride I'll remember. Their itinerary plotted long rides through magnificent scenery while still allowing time to rest and experience attractions along the way and also at day's end. Destinations alternated between rural to urban, meandering over the island and thus leaving no chance for boredom to set in and always offering new experiences. Roads from coastal to alpine were always exciting and scenic, more beautiful than online photos can do justice to.
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