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Ideal Place To Stay For Tauranga Home Show

The Terraces At Ocean Beach, Mount Maunganui, Is The Ideal Place To Stay For Visitors To The 2014 Tauranga Home Show


The 2014 Tauranga Home Show is the Bay of Plenty's premiere home & lifestyle event.

Held annually each autumn, the Tauranga Home Show showcases the very best in new kitchens, bathrooms, interior living & homeware that the beautiful Bay can offer and there are more than $30,000 of show prizes.

Featuring over 200 exhibits & displays, live cooking (& tasting) seminars, alfresco displays, interior design tips & techniques and all packaged in the new ASB Arena, New Zealand's best indoor exhibition facility.

With over 10,000 quality show visitors in 2013 the Tauranga Home Show is the country's 'most enjoyable' home show with plenty of free parking at the show's front door, easy access and all on one easy-to-get-around level.

Don't miss the Tauranga Home Show at Baypark's new ASB Arena on 9-11 May 2014.
Adults still only $10 with Children 13 and under free.

If you are looking for top-class accommodation only 1.5km from Baypark then The Terraces At Ocean Beach Apartments of Mount Maunganui are the place to stay.

The Terraces At Ocean Beach of Mount Maunganui offer you luxurious and affordable apartment-style accommodation, right across the road from the beach. The apartments are fully self-contained and have their own balconies so you can enjoy the views.
The apartments are fully self-contained, with three floors for luxury and comfortable living.

The top floor has two bedrooms and a separate bathroom. The master bedroom has a gorgeous view of the South Pacific Ocean.

The second floor has an excellent kitchen equipped with a fridge, stove, dishwasher, microwave, cutlery and utensils. There is also a dining area and a lounge with SKY TV, which makes it perfect for entertaining.

The bottom floor has a third bedroom with an en suite bathroom. The bottom floor also features its own laundry and single lock-up garage.

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

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