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Give The Gift Of Peppers This Christmas

10 November 2008


Give The Gift Of Peppers This Christmas

FOR the most warming of Christmas surprises this year, why not treat the person you love to an indulgent Peppers escape.

Peppers’ stylish gift vouchers are the perfect way to spread the joy of Christmas, offering the power to please in so many ways.
Unlocking the pleasures of Peppers for that special somebody you care about allows them to discover an area’s magical destinations and unique experiences. Whether their quest is for the perfect wave, to meet a gourmet cheese maker or find a quiet spot without a soul around –they’re sure to share in a hidden secret or two.
You’ll find Peppers in the most sought after places imaginable – on a sprawling lakefront, nestled in a quaint wine village, on a PGA golf course and perched in a winter wonderland, as well as in rainforests, stately, on tropical islands, pristine beaches, rustic cattle stations and atop mountain ranges.

Peppers gift vouchers can be used to create holiday memories to last a lifetime including romantic weekend interludes, grape escapes to renowned wine regions, reflective lake-side long weekends and decadent dining experiences to name but a few.

Available in any denomination over $50, the vouchers can be used towards accommodation at participating Peppers Retreats, Resorts and Hotels throughout New Zealand and Australia’s most serene and beautiful destinations.

Peppers Retreats, Resorts and Hotels are located within a few hours drive of major metropolitan cities – so to take the stress of out Christmas shopping and give a truly unique gift.

Visit www.peppers.com.nz or www.peppers.com.au for options. Tailored to any budget, the vouchers can be sent electronically or as attractive charge cards by mail and are valid for 12 months after the date of issue.

Participating Peppers properties include:

NZ: Christchurch, Peppers Clearwater Resort; Lake Rotorua, Peppers on the Point; Martinborough, Peppers Martinborough Hotel; Queenstown, Peppers Beacon; Lake Tekapo, Peppers Bluewater Resort. NSW: Hunter Valley, Peppers Guest House & Peppers Convent; Kingscliff, Peppers Salt Resort & Spa; Port Stephens, Peppers Anchorage; Southern Highlands, Peppers Manor House. QLD: Scenic Rim, Peppers Spicers Peak Lodge; Hervey Bay, Peppers Pier Resort; Magnetic Island, Peppers Blue on Blue Resort; Palm Cove, Peppers Beach Club & Spa; Port Douglas, Peppers Balé Resort, Peppers Beach Club; South East QLD Country, Peppers Hidden Vale; Whitsundays, Peppers Palm Bay NT: Arnhem Land, Peppers Seven Spirit Bay VIC: Hepburn Springs, Peppers Springs Retreat & Spa; Mornington Peninsula, Peppers Moonah Links Resort; Torquay, Peppers The Sands Resort TAS: Deloraine, Peppers Calstock; Launceston, Peppers Seaport Hotel

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