Sunday, September 5, 2010
Peppers gets festive for Spring in the Hunter Valley
With thousands of blooms filling the Hunter Valley landscape with spectacular scents and colours, it makes perfect sense for thousands of admirers to flock to experience the Spring Festival of Flowers at the Hunter Valley Gardens from September 1 to 30.
Featuring fabulous entertainment, activities, attractions, demonstrations, talks, tours, workshops and over 250,000 annuals, the Spring Festival of Flowers is the picture perfect reason to visit to the Hunter Valley this time of year.
Peppers Guest House is celebrating the festive time of year with an iconic package to really make your getaway to the Hunter Valley smelling as sweet as roses.
The Hunter Icons Package is perfect for visitors in town for the festival to have a stylish place to stay, and also sample the creations of some of the finest producers in the Hunter Valley.
The package includes a complimentary $50 voucher to Icon Lounge, at the Small Winemakers Centre, presenting a unique opportunity to taste an iconic selection of wines, many of which are unavailable for tasting anywhere else in the Hunter Valley.
The Icon Lounge features a collection of iconic Hunter Shiraz such as Brokenwood Graveyard, the McWilliam's Maurice O´Shea and Thomas Kiss to name but a few.
They have also showcased some of the finest Semillons in the Hunter including one of Australia's most awarded Semillons, the 2003 McWilliam's Lovedale.
With their world-class tasting system you can create your own wine journey; compare the beauty of aged Hunter wines with the youthful vibrancy of a current release or simply relax with a cheese plate on the veranda.
All this to enjoy along with two nights' accommodation in a Vintage or Classic Room at Peppers Guest House, and full buffet breakfast each morning, makes the Hunter Icons Package blooming marvellous during Spring from $275* per night midweek, and $375* per night at weekends.
Enjoy this elegant retreat's range of facilities, including indoor pool and spa, sauna, tennis court, indulgent endota spa, and award-winning dining at the sophisticated on-site Restaurant Sanctuary.
Call 02 49938999 or visit www.peppers.com.au/guest-house
*Conditions apply. Subject to availability. Valid for booking and travel to 30 September 2010. Two night minimum stay applies. Rates based on a per room per night twin share basis, Not valid with any other offer. Voucher not redeemable for cash. Midweek defined as Sunday to Thursday inclusive. A 2-night minimum stay is required Friday and Saturday nights.
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