Throughout the Canterbury region there is a wide range of accommodation to suit all kinds of travel. Whether you are visiting the area on business or pleasure there is a style to suit your needs. Christchurch is the major city in the Canterbury region and although there have been hard times faced through the recent earthquakes there are still plenty of places to stay. Accommodation in Canterbury can be found in hotels, motels, resorts, bed & breakfasts, backpackers and holiday parks. There are many rural towns and suburbs surrounding the Christchurch city centre that offer a country style of holiday lodgings that is both friendly and helpful.Christchurch attractions and activities are easily accessible from all locations and it’s easy to find information. Christchurch tours provide guided informative journeys to the best that Canterbury has to offer. There are several luxury resorts to stay at while you are in Canterbury including Peppers Bluewater Resort at Lake Tekapo and Holme Station. The five star Peppers Bluewater is set high above the glacial lake of Lake Tekapo and provides a holiday experience to remember. The rooms and villas command sweeping vistas across the high country landscape and have been decorated to blend with the colours of the mountainous region. Staying at Peppers Bluewater also gives you access to a myriad of tours, outdoor adventures and facilities including Air Safaris, mountain biking, horse riding, kayaking and trout fishing. The resort also has a restaurant and bar, conference facilities and is close to the Alpine Springs Health Spa and Hot Pool. For exclusivity and private luxury get a group of your friends together and stay at Holme Station homestead. The homestead that stands today dates back to 1912 and the elegance, ambience and historical architecture rates as one of the top luxury stays in Canterbury. The homestead is perfect for romantic getaways, weddings and conferences with features including open fires, games room, central heating and fully equipped kitchen. Other places to stay in Canterbury include the alpine hot springs village of Hanmer Springs, the whale watching and lobster capital of the South Island, Kaikoura and the delightful French village of Akaroa. There are many hotels and motels located close to Christchurch airport if you require accommodation to meet your flight requirements. If you are travelling the Canterbury region by Motor home there are a good selection of holiday parks which offer an excellent standard of service and features. Choose your style of Canterbury accommodation to suit your next Canterbury holiday.