Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Wine and cheese trail lets the gouda times roll at Peppers
Intimate relaxation and the regaled gourmet delights of the Hunter Valley go hand in hand on this special Cheese and Wine Trail escape to Peppers Guest House this autumn.
Nestled in the heart of the Hunter Valley wine country and surrounded by beautiful gardens and vineyards, Peppers Guest House is one of the Hunter's best loved retreats where comfortable, elegant accommodation is matched with a reputation for exceptional food and wine experiences.
Visitors can taste the best of the destination, and let the gouda times roll, with two-night Cheese and Wine Trail packages available from $550* per room double/twin share midweek or $750* per room double/twin share on weekends including:
• Two night's accommodation in a delightfully furbished Vintage or Classic Room
• Full country breakfast
• Bonus complimentary Hunter Valley Cheese and Wine Trail kit valued at over $50 including gourmet cheese picnic hamper for two, a bottle of Hunter Valley wine and a wine trail exploration map.
Featuring 48 guest rooms including a four-bedroom homestead, Peppers Guest House offers the ideal getaway from the stresses of everyday life, an easy two hour drive north of Sydney on the F3 highway.
The retreat provides the ideal environment for guests to do as much or as little as they please, with onsite facilities including the acclaimed Chez Pok restaurant, indulgent endota retreat spa, tennis court and indoor pool and spa all set on 20 hectares of delightful country gardens.
The many delights of the Hunter Valley are also but moments away including winery tours, hot air ballooning, cheese tasting, golf, horse and camel riding, carriage rides, sky diving and 4WD adventures to name but a few.
For reservations or further information please contact Peppers Guest House on (02) 4993 8999, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.peppers.com.au
* Conditions apply. Not valid public holidays and subject to booking availability. Valid March 01 to May 31, 2010.
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