23 South Terrace, State Highway 73, Darfield

Darfield Motel – Canterbury Accommodation, Close to Christchurch – About Us & Activities Near By

Why Stay With Us?

Looking for Darfield Motel Canterbury Accommodation close to Christchurch Airport?

Darfield Motel is situated in the heart of the township and is located on the Great Alpine Highway close to the Southern Alps and the various ski fields and wineries of the Selwyn district. Centre of adventure, close to ski fields, horse treks, bike tracks, picnics and hiking – Contact Graeme and Joanne Taylor today on 03 975 450 for more detail!

About us

Darfield Motel Canterbury Accommodation new owners Graeme and Joanne Taylor would like to welcome you to Darfield Motel. We aim to make your stay enjoyable & relaxing. We enjoy catching up with people and being part of their travel journey.

We offer a great range of comfortable studio, family and access units. Included in your room rates are wifi, parking, 50 sky channels and DVD library. We have an outdoor area with a BBQ & a coin operated laundry.

There are various restaurants, bars, cafés, a supermarket and gift shops within short walking distances of the Motel units.

Make it a relaxing holiday & book with us - your home away from home right here in the heart of Canterbury

Fun & Family Activities Near By

Darfield Motel Canterbury Accommodation is in the main area that has great fishing rivers and lakes. There are many walking, tramping, biking tracks in the area. You could also go horse back riding, ballooning and golf, there is just so much to take advantage of while staying at the Darfield Motel. We are even a great location for some of your Coast to Coast training.

Darfield offers a great selection of places to dine. It has restaurants, bakeries, cafes, takeaways and a supermarket.

Darfield Motel is a great location for a holiday or even a base for work, you are in the country but close to the city – best of both worlds!

Make it a relaxing holiday & book with us - your home away from home right here in the heart of Canterbury