PSA Holiday homes
With 48 holiday homes in eight locations you can unwind, relax, and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city - all at an affordable price!
Prices range from $57 per unit per night for comfortable, basic accommodation to $132 for something more luxurious. PSA holiday homes are designed to make your holiday as enjoyable as possible.
Bookings open 6 months in advance at 8.30am on the 1st of every month, with exception of the Summer School Holiday ballot period. Members are allowed 1 unit during peak periods (i.e. school holidays and public holidays) and 2 units during off peak periods. When making a booking you are agreeing to abide by our terms and conditions. Got a question? Read our FAQs.
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Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 4.30pm
Closed: Public Holidays and Weekends (Answerphone)
Toll Free: 0800 10 30 90
Fax: 04 917 2053
Our holiday home complex, nestled between bush clad hills and Mercury Bay's Ocean Beach is only five minutes drive to the charming Whitianga village with its lively café and restaurant scene.
Famous for its scenic and thermal attractions, Rotorua's unspoilt native forests, boiling mud pools, exploding geysers, and leisure parks offer something for everyone.
PSA Plus are delighted to offer you exclusive access to holiday units in Ohakune, perfect for the winter ski season and summer hiking trips.
With its wide beach and stunning sunsets, the Kapiti Coast retains a holiday ambiance only a 45 minute drive north of Wellington.
Lots of sun and a heady mix of people, history, wine, art, and culture make Nelson a holiday hot spot.
Bordered by the Tasman Sea to the West and the Southern Alps to the east, more than three-quarters of the West Coast is uninhabited forest and mountain.
Waitaki Valley's Otematata is on the shores of the mighty Benmore hydro lake - ideal for trout fishing, water skiing and swimming.
The gateway to the world famous Fiordland National Park is on the shores of the pristine lake Te Anau.