Cashel Court Motel Accommodation is located next door to Aqua Gym Swim Centre, is close to Eastgate Shopping Centre, the Stanmore Road shopping area, and a range of restaurants and takeaway outlets.
Christchurch Botanic Gardens
The Christchurch Botanic Gardens have been a prominent central-city attraction since 1863, when an English oak tree was planted in celebration of the solemnisation of Prince Albert’s marriage with Princes Alexandra of Denmark. It boasts an array of flowering gardens, native trees, New Zealand blooms, and multiple plant conservatories.
Hagley Park is adjacent to the Christchurch Botanic Gardens, and is the largest open space in the city. Hagley Park has been an integral part of Christchurch since the 1850s, hosting several events as well as providing plenty of recreational facilities for its visitors.
Christchurch’s heritage trams take their passengers on a guided journey across the city’s best landmarks and must-visit attractions. A full-day ticket allows visitors to hop on and off as they please, so that they can enjoy the various sights around the 17 stops on the tramway route. If you want to add a unique dining experience into the mix, opt for one of the Tramway Restaurant tours.
New Regent Street is a historic pedestrian mall that is characterised by its stunning Spanish Mission style buildings. It originally opened in 1932, and continues to be highly renowned for its pastel-coloured structures and ornate facades. The street relies on several boutique shops and cafés to liven up Christchurch’s urban landscapes.