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Luxury Winter Special at Lime Tree Lodge

Luxury Winter Special at Lime Tree Lodge

Luxury five star boutique lodge, Lime Tree Lodge in Lake Wanaka, is offering a winter special for skiers and snowboarders keen to combine a spot of pampering with their alpine activities.

From 1 July to 30 September guests can stay for five nights and pay for only four including a complimentary Alpine Warmer treatment at Lake Wanaka’s Soak Day Spa per room. Prices start at $650 per person subject to availability.

The popular Alpine Warmer treatment uses a mix of hydrotherapy and aromatherapy, polished with some sea salts and oil-infused aromas while cocooned in showers and steam, to quench your body thirst. During the next phase of relaxation you surrender to the healing hands of your massage therapist who takes you on a unique journey of body moisturising mediums designed just for you.

Set on a 10-acre estate, minutes from Lake Wanaka and less than an hour from Queenstown, Lime Tree Lodge offers boutique accommodation for the discerning traveller. Four spacious en-suite guestrooms and two superior suites make up the accommodation, all with French doors opening out to an expansive verandah and gardens with magnificent views of the Southern Alps. Recently renovated to reflect the Central Otago style, the lounge features a stunning fireplace incorporating local schist stone - a must for a roaring log fire on those cosy winter nights. Other facilities include a spa pool, five-hole pitch and putt golf course and helipad.

For further information and other specials, please visit www.limetreelodge.co.nz.

ENDS

14 July 2005

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