The Peppers Craigieburn Resort offers 4.5 star luxury hotel accommodation, nestled nestled on the outskirts of Bowral in the beautiful New South Wales Southern Highlands.
Within easy reach of Sydney, Canberra and the South Coast, The Peppers Craigieburn Resort Hotel is set in the beautiful Southern Highlands, an area renowned for its national parks, antique shopping and cool climate wines.
Offering an idyllic and relaxing escape, The Peppers Craigieburn Resort Hotel reflects the style and elegance of the original homestead, which was originally built in 1887 and welcomed its first guests in 1909, with 2009 marking 100 years of exquisite stays, service and food. This fully refurbished grand country home also features its own private nine hole golf course, a lake for fly-fishing, billiards room, tennis courts and beauty therapy room.
The Peppers Craigieburn Retreat boasts 72 guest accommodation hotel rooms spread across two wings with a selection of rooms featuring either views of the golf course or the landscaped gardens. The premium Balcony Rooms boast a private airy balcony with stunning views designed for guest relaxation. All guest accommodation rooms are modern, spacious, comfortable and non smoking. The transformed interiors include elegantly furnishings, stylish modern decor and artworks. All rooms further offer central heating, ceiling fans, comfortable King or Twin bedding, private ensuite bathroom with shower, hairdryer, shampoo and complimentary toiletries, LCD /Plasma /Flat-screen TV, FREE cable TV, in house movies, radio, alarm clock, minibar, fridge, tea/coffee making facilities, iron/ ironing board, high speed internet connection, desk and iPod docking station. Children under 2 years STAY FREE OF CHARGE when using existing beds.
Overlooking the picturesque garden estate and golf course, Peppers Craigieburn's signature restaurant - Montfort's Dining Room has gained an enviable reputation in the Southern Highlands for fine food and a welcoming ambience. Prior to your dining experience at Montfort's Dining Room, meet your friends for an aperitif in Montfort's Bar & Lounge. Further guest facilities and services include guest lounges with open fires, private dining rooms, high speed wireless connection, al fresco dining and barbeque facilities, a lake for fly-fishing, undercover balconies, outdoor terraces, FREE on-site car parking, own private nine hole golf course for exclusive guest use,billiards room, Day Spa, helicopter pad, 2 full size tennis courts, porter service, non smoking accommodation, public telephone, cot hire, room service, laundry service (fees apply), beauty therapist, masseuse, babysitting services, disabled facilities, interconnecting rooms, tour desk, landscaped gardens, luggage storage and concierge service. In summer a picnic on the lawn is a simple relaxing past time that comes highly recommended. The chef would be happy to prepare a picnic basket for you to indulge in.
The Peppers Craigieburn Resort Hotel caters for business travellers with high speed internet connection (fee applies), business services, faxing facilities, photocopying services and conference/ meeting facilities.
When visiting Bowral and the Southern Highlands, you will be inspired by the beauty of the local area. Highland fresh air, fresh produce and friendly locals will ensure your stay at The Peppers Craigieburn Resort Hotel is one to be remembered.
Commencing 27 November 2014 Peppers Craigieburn Restaurant and Bar will be undergoing refurbishment, for a duration of 8 weeks. During this time we will continue to provide full food and beverage options for our guests.
Bowral has become the unofficial capital of the Southern Highlands and as such, hosts many boutique stores, restaurants and cafes.
Although people tend to visit the Southern Highlands to get away from big city living, almost anything you could want can be found in Bowral.
From art galleries, wineries to weekend markets, every weekend is filled with things to see and do.
With the Southern Highlands having very distinct seasons, many tourists find the best time to visit Bowral would be during either autumn or spring.
During autumn, the trees explode with bright reds and oranges, and the air has a crispness that can only be experienced at a higher altitude. Spring on the other hand finds the area bloom with vibrant springtime annuals such as the popular tulip, and many of the local gardens become open to the public, including one of the most esteemed gardens in the world, the famous Milton Park.
During spring, Bowral's annual Tulip Time event becomes one of the Highland's biggest annual attractions, bringing in many thousands of visitors every year. Corbett Gardens, found smack bang in the middle of Bowral, displays a huge array of Tulips, as well as other bright and vibrant springtime bulbs, shrubs and trees.
If youre seeking activities a visit to the Bradman Museum of International Cricket in Bowral is well worth doing for its extensive collection of cricket memorabilia.
Activities and things to do in the Southern Highlands include hiking, trekking, and bushwalking while abseiling, rock climbing and kayaking are available at many of the State and National Parks in the area.