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Peppers Convent

At a Glance

    Pros

  • romantic and secluded
  • balconies are a superb place to watch the sunset

    Cons

  • standard rooms are on the small side
  • a bit noisy

Peppers Convent Review

This former convent, built in 1909 and transported 605 km (375 miles) from its original home in western New South Wales, is ideal for those who love traditional guesthouses. Rooms, decorated in a "shabby chic" style with cream and brown tones, have French doors that open onto a wide veranda. All rooms have LCD televisions with movies. The on-site Endota Spa has a huge menu of treatments, from body wraps to massage and facials. The house is surrounded by Pepper Tree Winery's vines and is a short walk to Roberts Restaurant. The guesthouse offers a variety of packages when booked via the website; all include full breakfasts and afternoon drinks and canapes. There's a minimum two-night stay on weekends.

    Hotel Details

  • 17 rooms.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 01-16-2014

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