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Angle For Indulgence At Peppers Clearwater Resort

Media Release September 29 2008


Angle For Indulgence At Peppers Clearwater Resort


STUNNING waterfront resort Peppers Clearwater presents an irresistible lure for lovers of angling and indulgence, celebrating the opening of the fly-fishing season on Wednesday (1 October) with a range of tempting offers.

Peppers Clearwater Resort provides the perfect base to tackle the ultimate fishing experiences, whether it’s going after the quality brown and rainbow trout in the six lakes and three streams on the property or casting a line further afield on a guided expedition.

Offering a relaxing mix of style and substance set in the heart of the scenically beautiful and abundant North Canterbury Fishing Waters, Peppers Clearwater Resort caters for novice and experienced anglers alike offering everything required to help land the big one when the season starts in October.

The resort’s resident fly fishing instructor and guide provides comprehensive practical lessons with personalised service and can organise hire equipment and licences.

Guests can hook into years of local experience whether fishing on the resort’s grounds or venturing out into remote locations with a gourmet picnic hamper to ensure a lasting connection is made to this stunning destination.

Peppers Clearwater Resort offers luxury accommodation starting from $217* per night for two people plus the full spectrum of fishing services such as Fish and Game licences for $19 a day or $96 for the season and hire gear on request for $50 per day.

Guided fishing is available on the resort for $80 per hour for one person and $20 per hour for each extra person while guided expeditions out of town are available for $650 for one person and $50 for each extra person.

Fly fishing lessons are also available at $80 per hour for one person and $20 for each extra person.

And there’s no need for the little ones to miss out, with children’s fishing also available.

Located just 15 minutes drive from Christchurch CBD, Peppers Clearwater Resort offers elegant accommodation positioned around shimmering lakes and waterways where guests can enjoy the privacy, comfort and facilities to be expected of a resort of the highest calibre.
As an ideal place to relax and unwind, Peppers Clearwater Resort has something for everyone from the 18-hole championship golf course which is home to the New Zealand PGA, to tennis, scenic walking trails, award winning dining and more.
For reservations phone +64 3 360 1000 or email clearwater@peppers.co.nz. Further information about Peppers properties can be found at www.peppers.co.nz.
* Conditions apply, subject to availability, not to be used in conjunction with any other offer, for direct bookings only.

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