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Peppers Manor House is set on a beautiful Southern Highlands estate and provides an experience of life and leisure at one of Australia's grand country houses. Built in 1926, the house was originally home to the Katers, a pioneering grazing family, and has retained its original country charm. During winter, an open fire burns continually in the Great Hall and in summer meals are served in a leafy courtyard with drinks by the pool.
Wake up refreshed and enjoy the views of the estate from your elegantly appointed room or suite. The setting is tranquil, the décor charmingly luxe. Highland Queen Rooms, Highland King Rooms, Garden Wing Deluxe, Garden Wing Suites and the Elizabeth Broughton Suite (in the original master bedroom), form part of the historic home, with an adjacent Garden Wing taking full advantage of the country views.
Activities galore, the retreat offers a great range of facilities onsite to keep you busy, from tennis and lawn bowls through to fantastic walking tracks where you can enjoy a leisurely stroll around the beautiful gardens and cool off with a swim. Pamper yourself with the retreat's range of massage therapies and beauty treatments, or perhaps you’d like to relax with a good book and a glass of wine in front of the open fire.
Katers Restaurant at Peppers Manor House in the Southern Highlands offers diners a truly world class experience. The magnificent country estate setting and celebration of fresh seasonal produce will ensure an experience to be remembered. Open for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner daily, there’s no need to wait for a special occasion. Try the Pan fried barramundi served with Morton Bay bug cannelloni and squid ink crumbs or Angus beef fillet served with red cabbage puree, corn cake and Cabernet jus. For something extra special at this multi award winning restaurant, there’s a delicious 5 course degustation menu, available with or without matched wines – a must for the food connoisseur within.
Depending upon how active you’d like to get during your stay, the surrounding area has something for everyone including horse riding, mountain biking, trout fishing, historic villages, antique shopping or winery tours. The Highlands region offers a delightful environment to seek antiques and rare books, arts and crafts, or that perfect escape in a National Park where you can surround yourself in the healing power of nature.
Reception hours are from 8.30am until 5.00pm daily. If you need to arrive or depart outside of these times please contact reception to make the arrangements.
- -Bar / Lounge
- -Safe deposit box
- -Reception (24 hour)
- -Room service (limited hours)
- -Non-smoking property
- -Outdoor pool (unheated)
- -Games room
- -Dry cleaning / Laundry service
- -Tennis court
- -Onsite parking (surcharge)
- -Business / Conference centre