Wednesday, July 21, 2010
Peppers Knows How to Mix Business with Leisure
There's no rule against mixing business with leisure, which is why Peppers Guest House in the Hunter Valley has put together the perfect package including both.
Peacefully set in the heart of the renowned Hunter Valley wine country, the ambient Peppers Guest House invites you to enjoy your next conference or event in relaxing surrounds with a new all-inclusive conference special now available.
Make it your business to take advantage of incredible value, delicious food and wine, and exceptional Peppers service for delegates who can enjoy overnight midweek accommodation, full breakfast and a full-day conferencing package that includes morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea and conference room hire.
From $299* per delegate per day, this all inclusive Conference Package also features pre-dinner wine tasting, a three-course dinner in the brand new Restaurant Sanctuary, and a three-hour premium Hunter Valley beverage package.
Seal the deal by choosing a complimentary team building activity, ranging from nine holes of golf at Cypress Lakes, or Laser Clay Target Shooting, to a half-day winery tour, Tai Chi session or endota spa treatment.
Call 02 4993 8977 or email email@example.com
*Conditions apply. Subject to availability. Based on twin share. Add $55* per person for single share. Valid for events to15/12/10 for new bookings only. Minimum 20 delegates. Surcharge applies to weekends. Add an extra night's accommodation from $199* including breakfast.
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