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The Terraces to provide accommodation for Cycle Challenge

The Terraces to provide accommodation for BOP Coast 'n' Country Cycle Challenge

The Terraces at Ocean Beach, Mt. Mauganui will be a popular accommodation choice for those involved in the BOP Coast 'n' Country Cycle Challenge

The third running of the "BOP Coast 'n' Country Cycle Challenge" is being held on Sunday 4th May 2014.

It is a generally smooth ride and takes in beaches, kiwifruit orchards and countryside, a ride achievable for all with a bit of training.

Individuals, tandem riders and school teams are all invited to compete in the cycle challenge.

The Terraces at Ocean Beach is ideal for providing short and long term stays for sporting groups and organisations, as the apartments are very spacious and quiet and will be an ideal place to stay for those involved in the BOP Coast 'n' Country Cycle Challenge.

Prices at The Terraces At Ocean Beach are very competitive, especially when you consider the number of people who can be accommodated in these three-level apartments.

The Terraces at Ocean Beach offer superior accommodation, only 150m from the beach. It has 22 apartments of 3 bedrooms/2 bathrooms that can be rented as 1, 2, or 3-bedroom units.

They are on 3 levels with balconies on the middle and top floors. The bottom floor has a third bedroom with an ensuite bathroom. It also has its own laundry and a single lock-up garage

The apartments are fully self-contained with your own balconies to enjoy the views.

So no matter if you are competing or supporting form the sidelines, The Terraces at Ocean Beach is your only choice of accommodation for the BOP Coast ‘n’ Country Cycle Challenge. Book now.

The race starts at 9am outside 1XX on The Strand.

Contact The Terraces at Ocean Beach:
Phone: 07 575 6494/0800 283 772
Address: 346 Ocean Beach Rd, Mt Maunganui, Tauranga
Email: theterraces@xtra.co.nz
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheTerracesAtOceanBeach
YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCNmKg_lCMicg094ylw-v9VQ

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