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MICE Among the Vines - Parehua Country Estate

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MEETINGS 2008 – Martinborough News

 

MICE Among the Vines - Parehua Country Estate, Martinborough

 

Meetings, conferences and incentive rewards, all MICE requirements among the vines at Parehua Martinborough Country Estate’s luxurious accommodation (up to 30 singles or option of twin share) and new The Terrace Room (up to 60 pax) and The Boardroom (15 pax).

Right on the fringe of charming Martinborough wine village Parehua offers a complete resort location for business and leisure. Meeting attendees and reward visitors are all accommodated in their own private luxurious villa, cottage or suite set among landscaping with lake. Perfect for a special getaway and incentive reward Parehua has desirable treat packages to add the special touch of pampering and indulgence, dining out to memorable personal experiences.

The Terrace meeting room has capacity for 60 people and the private Boardroom is ideal for up to 15 people.  In addition, The Pavilion restaurant can be set for formal dinners, cocktail parties or casual barbecues for up to 60 people, and it flows out to an outdoor terrace overlooking the pool and tennis court.

Corporate and business guests at Parehua enjoy the wine and food of the region. Parehua chefs prepare the gourmet menu options at Parehua to reflect the extraordinary choice of ingredients grown locally and freshly harvested nearby. Contemporary dishes match the occasion and business needs. Parehua wine selection is carefully chosen to showcase the acclaimed Martinborough wine region.

Business meetings and conferences frequently add breakout sessions that incorporate activities in the area such as golf, nature adventures and visiting cellar door venues. Also many of the guests explore the local towns for shopping. Both the wine and food and the activities are draw-cards for the region and attract the business guests back for future leisure and business. 

The Qualmark five-star luxury retreat Parehua Country Estate is a multi-million dollar MICE facility sought after by both leisure and business. Parehua is located just over one hours drive from Wellington.  Check online for meeting information and indulgence packages.

 
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