Pacific View B&B Whangamata | Rates and Payment
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Rates and Payment

Rates and Booking

Our Standard Rates are quoted below.

Pacific King Room NZ$299 per night
Coromandel Room NZ$275 per night
Pacific Queen Room – rate on application

Rates are based on a per room basis and are for two persons only, including a full breakfast for two persons. Rooms accommodate a MAXIMUM of two persons only. Rates are for bookings made direct with us and are not subject to any taxes.

We do not accept bookings for Infants and children under the age of 15 years.

For direct bookings please contact us via phone or email and we’ll get back to you soon!

Payment Methods

We accept payment by cash, direct credit into our bank account or credit card (Visa and Mastercard).
Regardless of the payment method chosen, we require credit card details to secure a booking. Following your initial enquiry, we will contact you to ask for this information verbally.
All payments will be processed through the secure eWAY payment gateway.
There are no credit card handling fees charged by us.
No credit card information is stored on our website.

The full amount for your accommodation will be processed 48 hours prior to your arrival at our B&B.
If you would like to pre-pay the full amount when booking, please contact us.

Cancellation Policy

As a small accommodation provider, cancellations affect us significantly, therefore we adhere to a strict cancellation policy. Should you choose to cancel the booking, we reserve the right to make a small administration fee for processing the cancellation. In addition, if you cancel within 7 days of your scheduled arrival date 50% of the total cost of the booking will be charged. Cancellation within 48 hours of your scheduled arrival date, 100% of the total cost will be charged. Any cancellation fees will be charged to your credit card. This is normal practice.