Great spot to enjoy a Speight's away from the cruise ship hoards. Nothing flash but just a really nice place for a quiet beer in the beergarden.
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We enjoyed a nice lunch of green-lipped mussels whilst in town for the recent French festival. Service was friendly but very slow. In the end I had to buy our wine from the bar and carry it to where we were eating. Lovely quaint old...More
After having come down to the Banks Peninsula we visited Akaroa for the weekend. We'd had a really positive experience there until we visited the Madeira Hotel. We waited about 5 or 6 minutes before someone finally bothered to walk through the door to the...More
This is a quintessential Kiwi pub that exists in most country towns. It now runs as a clean and economic choice for backpackers. You can take your car to the entrance. . Their menu list is not extensive but it is certainly a step above...More
This hotel is popular with many of the locals. Meals are just 'Pub' food and not special,It is a tidy building with car parking and a number of rooms.
The Madeira used to be the place to go for a good feed and a drink in Akaroa but not now. We called in for a bite to eat and walked into the bar to have a drink first. The first thing that hit us...More
The restaurant is a new addition to the hotel. We waited 50 minutes at lunch AFTER ordering to get two of the four dishes. The men were served...the women waited another 20 minutes, and told them after the men were almost done to cancel the...More
An old style country pub. Very friendly staff and a pleasant place to enjoy a drink on a chilly day in Akaroa