Monday, September 21, 2009
Plot a course to Anchorage where kids stay and eat for free
Designed with togetherness in mind, Peppers Anchorage's tranquil surrounds make for the perfect destination to reconnect as a family, indulge in a spa treatment, enjoy a gourmet beach picnic or savour delicious food and wine at Merretts Restaurant which offers flexible dining to suit all ages.
You'll never be at a loss for something to do in this action-packed aquatic playground, with local activities and attractions including snorkelling, cycling, horse riding, dolphin spotting, surf lessons, golf, fishing, sea kayaking, family friendly beaches, 4WD and camel tours to name a few.
With its outstanding service and facilities, Peppers Anchorage provides the perfect base for a family getaway to discover the delights of Port Stephens these school holidays. The resort has rates from a low $175* per night for an Anchorage Room with kids staying and eating for free, valid for sale until October 16 and for travel from October 5-16, 2009.
Nestled between rugged bush and the sparkling ocean where it enjoys an absolute waterfront location, Peppers Anchorage exudes a distinctive nautical feel.
Offering 80 family sized rooms and suites with private balconies - most peering over sparkling water or the quiet marina - the retreat features a host of leisure options to satisfy the senses such as an inviting guest lounge, billiard room, sauna, steam room, gymnasium, pool and day spa with pampering massage and beauty treatments.
A gourmet's paradise, the resort is home to Merretts Restaurant, regarded as one of the region's finest.
For bookings or further information call 1300 987 600 or visit www.peppers.com.au/anchorage
*Conditions apply. Subject to availability. 3-12 years olds eat and stay free when dining and staying with adults, sharing existing bedding. Valid for sale to 16 Oct 09. Valid for travel 5 - 16 Oct 09. Available Sunday to Friday.
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