The Clyde Hotel offers comfortable, affordable accommodation in Ohakune
The Clyde Hotel offers twelve rooms with varying bed configurations that sleep 2 – 4 guests
The Clyde is located in the heart of the eating centre of Ohakune, near the base of Turoa Ski field
The upgraded Clyde accommodation – formerly the Clyde Hotel, offers affordable accommodation options for the discerning traveller plus full dining options and bar right next door – formerly Clyde Hotel, now Ohakune Tavern
We offer our guest a complimentary continental breakfast to set you up for the wonderful day ahead
The twelve rooms cater for families or for the traveller on the run from rooms with ensuites and TV to cosy bunks with shared bathroom facilities. All rooms have gas fired radiators and hand basins
Ohakune offers year-round activities. Skiing in the winter, walking, tramping, and biking. Summer action – Tongariro crossing, rafting, biking, hiking, canoeing, and river trips
For the self-contained campervan traveller we offer private parks and the option to use the bathroom and lounge facilities on request
For motorcyclist and biker, we offer safe enclosed parking for your bikes
The Clyde offers: 2 minutes to the supermarket, great restaurants and takeaways, I-site 100 yards away. Within 2 minutes from a rugby ground and park – perfect for kicking a rugby ball around. Safe secure environment to park and play for – mountain bikers, skiers and motor bikers
A fabulous guest lounge offering TV, fire, leather sofas, kitchen facilities and fabulous mountain views – a pool table, all complement your experience at the Clyde. Long term rates are available at a substantial discount.
Come stay at The Clyde in Ohakune, we know you’ll love it!
In the middle of Ohakune
Year round acivities
An excellent place to stay while travelling in the National Parks. The accommodation and facilities were clean and comfortable, the staff were very friendly and the location was perfect
We loved our stay here and we would totally recommend The Clyde Hotel to anyone.Sally & Tom Erskin