Masters Hall - Accommodation & Conference Centre
Need group accommodation? Looking for an affordable venue for a wedding, conference or function?
Look no further…
Situated in Pahiatua, and only 30 minutes from Palmerston North, Masters Hall is conveniently situated for any activity within the Manawatu and Tararua regions. We can accommodate individual travellers, families, school and community organisations, and both small and large groups of up to 100 people.
Previously the Pahiatua Hospital for almost 100 years, Masters Hall has been charmingly restored and refurbished to create comfortable accommodation and conference facilities, and is rich in history and atmosphere! On a beautifully landscaped 10 acre site, with onsite parking for cars, trucks, buses and campervans, Masters Hall is a unique venue for group accommodation. Our very affordable rates allow you the privacy and convenience of hiring a single room, or the entire complex for your stay, which allows us to tailor it to your individual requirements.
If you are looking for somewhere to hold a family reunion, wedding, training seminar, festival, weekend retreat, workshop, or conference, or house your community groups, school teams, school camps, or work crews, we have the perfect venue to suit your needs.
• 22 separate bedrooms with queen beds - sleep up to 44
• 16 single beds (in rooms of 2 or 4) - sleep up to 16
• 6 bunk rooms (each sleep 4-6 people) - sleep up to 34
• Conference Room - seats approx. 75 - 80 people
• Dining Hall - seats approx. 75 people
• Olympic size Equestrian Arena
• Self-catering kitchens, BBQs
• Laundry facilities
• Cell phone coverage, and free Wi-Fi
Masters Hall is located right on State Highway 2, and is only:
• 1 minute from local shops, supermarket, and cafés/restaurants
• 30 minutes from Palmerston North
• 35 minutes from Dannevirke
• 40 minutes from Masterton
• 5 minutes from the iconic Tui Brewery
• 15 minutes from Te Apiti Wind Farm
• 20 minutes from Pukaha Mt. Bruce Wildlife Centre
• Situated close to many tramping tracks and walks within the Tararua Ranges