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Historic Hotel in NZ Summer Hot Spot for Sale in Riwaka

Historic Hotel Lease for Sale now in top NZ Summer Hot Spot ! Buy now and take advantage of the summer high season trading. New 14-yr lease in place and we are instructed to sell!

+ GST if any + stock

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Historic Hotel in NZ Summer Hot Spot for Sale in Riwaka

Buy now to take advantage of the summer high season trading. Located in a prime position on the main tourist road out to Kaiteriteri and the Abel Tasman National Park.

New 14-year lease in place and we are instructed to sell the going concern, or the freehold going concern.

Why not buy the land and buildings with the business, there is the land, buildings and vacant land on 2 separate titles, total land area of approximately 1.378h. 

The vacant land title has approximately 6584m2, and there is a consented proposal to build powered sites for campervans, amenities block, and a managers apartment on this title.

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What's on Offer:

  • Guest accommodation available for budget travellers, twin share rooms and double rooms with ensuites. 
  • Managers/owners accommodation including 2 large double bedrooms, bathroom, open plan lounge, dining and kitchenette.    
  • Fantastic Hospitality areas including large front bar, open to main road, outside covered-in bar for private functions and entertainment. 
  • Private dining areas for special occasions and events. 
  • Restaurant and cafe seating up to 80 guests approx. with outdoor dining areas for summer. 
  • Purpose built kitchen with good prep areas, large walk in cool room and walk in freezer.  

The freehold going concern is on offer for $1,445,000 which includes the land, buildings and business. For all enquires please contact Brad Watts your hospitality specialist on Mob: 021 2780 919 or email:


Riwaka is a small town in the north of New Zealand's South Island. It lies beside Tasman Bay, five kilometres north of Motueka, and close to the mouth of the Riuwaka River. As of 2006 it had a population of 549 people.

Abel Tasman National Park is renowned for its golden beaches, sculptured granite cliffs, and its world-famous coast track. At 22,530 hectares Abel Tasman National Park is New Zealand's smallest national park. It was established in 1942 and is located at the top of the South Island; the nearest towns are Motueka, Takaka and Kaiteriteri. With its mild climate, it is a good place to visit at any time of the year.

The most noticeable features of this park are the golden sandy beaches, the fascinating rocky outcrops (mainly granite but with a scattering of limestone and marble) and the rich, unmodified estuaries. The landscape has been modified, perhaps more than in our other national parks. The vegetation cover varies and reflects a history of fires and land clearance, but the forests are regenerating well especially in damp gullies where a rich variety of plants can be found. Black beech dominates the drier ridges.

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