Sunday, September 5, 2010
Spring into the school holidays at Peppers Anchorage
For couples, whether it be wining and dining, exploring the majestic shoreline of Port Stephens, indulging in a relaxing massage or strolling the resort's own marina, your pleasure is for the taking this Springtime.
Enjoy one of the resort's outstanding events, such as the Wine Makers Degustation Dinner in Merrett's Restaurant on-site, from 7pm on September 18, for $130*, featuring a local wine maker to match a featured wine to each course on the menu.
Or delight in fresh seafood at the Mussels & Murray's Boardwalk Dinner, a special signature dining event on the boardwalk of the resort marina, from 6.30pm on October 22, for $60*. Welcome in daylight savings with a delicious banquet served on the boardwalk with mussels as the highlight, boutique beer tasting with Murray's brewery and a drink on arrival.
Families can also take advantage of a special School Holiday offer on sale until the end of September, which lets kids aged between 3 and 12 eat free* during the holidays from September 24 to October 8, and includes accommodation from $185* per night in an Anchorage Room, for travel up until December 23.
Delight the kids with a healthy variety of activities in this action-packed aquatic playground, like snorkelling, dolphin spotting, surf lessons, sea kayaking, visiting family friendly beaches, 4WD tours and horse riding, not to mention the resort's family-friendly facilities.
To book accommodation or events call 02 4984 2555, go to www.peppers.com.au/anchorage or visit Peppers Anchorage and Merrett's Restaurant at Corlette Point Road, Corlette
*Conditions apply and subject to availability. Block out dates and minimum night stays apply. Children 3-12 eat free 24/9/10 – 8/10/10, when using existing bedding / 1 child dines free off the children's menu, with each full paying adult in Merrett's Restaurant- excludes room service.
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