Thursday, April 8, 2010
High Tea in Style at Peppers Anchorage
It’s decadent, delicious and very deserved. Gather the girls and treat yourselves to an afternoon of fashion, sweet treats and bubbles at the Bimbadgen High Tea in Style at Peppers Anchorage on Friday 16 April – one of the more delectable off-water events of Sail Port Stephens.
Settle in at 2pm for high tea at Peppers Anchorage and enjoy a glass of bubbles to start followed by sumptuous range of sweet and savoury treats. Finish it all off with a pot of tea or cup of coffee, all for just $38.
The theme of the social event is the Ultimate Travel Wardrobe and how to pack the minimum amount of clothes and make up for the maximum impact, with minimum effort.
Jade Sardon, of Styled by Jade, will be teaming up with Intimo Clothing Consultant Jacinta Godden and make-up artist and stylist Connie Giaquinto to present an interactive afternoon that is likely to change the way you pack your travel bag with clothes and makeup in the future – whether you’re going away for one week or one month.
Overlooking the marina and boardwalk, Peppers Anchorage’s award-winning Merretts restaurant is renowned for its innovative menu rich in the freshest local produce Port Stephens has to offer.
In addition to its delicious high tea of sandwiches, pastries, scones with jam and cream, tea or coffee (served every day from 2.30pm-4.30pm), Merretts restaurant offers an extensive choice of breakfast, lunch and dinner options plus an all-day dining cafe menu and is open seven days a week. For bookings phone 02 4984 2555.
Tickets for the Bimbadgen High Tea in Style at Peppers Anchorage are available at www.sailportstephens.com.au. The Sail Port Stephens Yachties Bus will be operating to transfer guests to and from Peppers Anchorage.
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