Friday, June 25, 2010
Christmas Cheer Comes Early to Calstock this Year
Get merry this winter with a taste of Christmas hospitality, fine fare and magical memories on offer at Peppers Calstock in Tasmania's picturesque Deloraine.
Enjoy a short getaway of fireside indulgence on our historic estate with our exclusive retreat's special Christmas in July package, available every day throughout July to spread some Christmas cheer in the middle of the year.
Whether your break be for romance or relaxation, Peppers Calstock's perfect location makes it possible to experience a hint of a European Christmas in the magic of winter where often, the Great Western Tiers will have a dusting of snow this time of year.
Cosy on up in the retreat's Drawing Room with a glass of warm mulled wine while warming your hands in front of the open fire, enjoy the tantalising cuisine using local and fresh seasonal produce from the region, and enjoy the spirit of Christmas tradition with a glass of eggnog after dinner by the fireplace.
Christmas in July packages include overnight accommodation, full breakfast, complimentary canapés and pre-dinner drink in the lounge, a sumptuous three-course set dinner created by chef Stuart Godfrey, and complimentary eggnog post dinner in the lounge around the fire. A Garden Queen package is from $505* per couple per night, a Deluxe Queen package is from $605* per couple per night, and a King Spa package is from $675* per couple per night.
Just a 45 minute drive from Launceston, the historic Peppers Calstock retreat is one of Tasmania’s oldest manors – a 19th century Georgian mansion with stunning original features including marble fireplaces, high ceilings with decorative architraves and cedar floors, and delivering elegant boutique accommodation with just seven welcoming rooms and two impressive suites.
Experience Peppers by calling 1300 987 600 or visiting peppers.com.au/calstock
*Conditions apply. Subject to availability.
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