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Take a family vacation to tropical Mt Maunganui

Take a family vacation to tropical Mt Maunganui and take advantage of a special offer at The Terraces at Ocean Beach accommodation for the July school holidays.

Fancy some quality family time away in the sunny Bay of Plenty these July school holidays? Then look no further than The Terraces at Ocean Beach for your idyllic accommodation.

The Terraces at Ocean Beach of Mount Maunganui offer you luxurious and affordable apartment-style accommodation, right across the road from Ocean Beach. The apartments are fully self-contained and have their own balconies so you can enjoy the amazing views.

And as a special July school holiday offer until June 5 The Terraces At Ocean Beach are offering 5 nights for $660 (with 2 free nights) and 10 nights for $1120 (with 4 free nights).
The apartments are fully self-contained, with three floors for luxury and comfortable living. There is room for the whole family in just one apartment!

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.

The Bay of Plenty is a perfect holiday destination for children for the July school holidays. There are many free children-related activities and fun options to entertain the whole family, in a safe environment for a fantastic family experience.

Free family fun activities in the Bay of Plenty include:

· Fish off the Salisbury Wharf or the Bridge Marina.

· Pack a picnic and head to Papamoa Hills Regional Park for the afternoon.

· Take a walk around the Mount’s base track or head to the top for a truly breath-taking view.

· Walk to the end of Leisure Island, see if the blowhole is working and look for seals.

· Visit McLaren's Falls Park, if it's a Sunday and see the spectacular waterfall.

The sunny climate and beachy atmosphere of the Bay of Plenty make it the perfect place to spend the July school holidays, so book now at The Terraces at Ocean Beach for your accommodation.

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