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Hotel Coachman

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Hotel Coachman is an accommodation provider in Palmerston North, New Zealand. One of the first sources of accommodation in Palmerston North, built by the MacPherson Family in 1979 and originally called The Coachman. Hotel Coachman now owned by Leonie Hapeta, Bull,[1] and McLean Families is a Palmerston North Icon. The building is made of South Island schist stone and has a boutique look and feel.


  1. Duff, Michelle (10 April 2010). "'Potato king' dies aged 76". Manawatu Standard. Retrieved 3 October 2011.

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