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Toast the season at Peppers on the Point

Media Release
12 November 2009

Toast the season at Peppers on the Point

At a loss for a new and exciting venue for your Christmas function? With spectacular views, luxurious surroundings and exceptional food, Peppers on the Point is the premier location to celebrate your staff in style.

The Peppers on the Point team are prepared to pull out all the stops to help make your celebration one for the memory books. Prepare to arrive to a glass of bubbles followed by a sumptuous three course gourmet dinner as fine dining is a Peppers on the Point specialty.

Peppers on the Point General Manager David Smail said Peppers has always been a place of celebration and continues to be a place to celebrate milestones such as birthdays, anniversaries, honeymoons, weddings and romantic getaways as well as family holidays.

Surrounded by the sparkling waters of Lake Rotorua, Peppers on the Point is an exclusive lakeside luxury lodge located only three hours from Auckland.

Book now for your exclusive staff Christmas dinner at Peppers on the Point for just $85 per person.


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