Peppers Manor House

Peppers Manor House


The Peppers Manor House is a romantic estate nestling peacefully amidst lush gardens. The 75 hectare property is located in Sutton Forest south of Moss Vale and is graced with the charming flair of an Australian country residence – perfect for supreme relaxation.


Built as early as in 1926, the Manor House was once the home of the pioneer family Kater. Despite countless refurbishments, the historic roots are still apparent in the tasteful interior design.


Quite fittingly, seeing that the Peppers read more » Manor House is located in the so called Southern Highlands, the ambiance betrays a pinch of Scottish influence that harmonises wonderfully with the 43 non-smoking room’s traditional flair.


The Manor’s exquisite restaurant perfectly complements the graceful ambiance with sophisticated local delicacies and finest Australian wines. In the Australian summer, the treats are served in the graceful courtyard and drinks by the pool.


Ramps, large doorways and low bathroom amenities are just some of the features that make the Peppers Manor House one hundred percent suitable for handicapped guests in wheelchairs. A wonderful spot to unwind is the cosy lobby with a giant fireplace.


Everything has been optimised for your comfort: Those travelling with children will be glad to learn that the Manor House offers a highly professional day-care service so that you may enjoy the one or other romantic moment.


Enthusiastic golfers need not venture far. Directly adjacent to the Peppers Manor House lies the Mount Broughton Golf & Country Club. The 18-hole championship course doubtlessly ranks among Australia’s best.


Of course, you may also decide to just kick back and relax in the peaceful setting. The charming backdrop of the Manor House, the beautiful gardens, the easygoing lifestyle and tranquil Southern Highlands encourage blissful idleness!


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The Peppers Manor House has perfectly retained its quaint country estate flair. Guests are accommodated in the 43 tastefully furnished rooms and suites, which are located both in the main building and read more » the garden wing.


The rooms are divided into the categories Cottage King Rooms, Queen Rooms, Main House Rooms and Garden Wing Rooms. However, all of the fine units are non-smoking and feature air-conditioning, heating, mini bar, radio, TV, phone, fridge and even an ironing board.


The Queen Suites are exceedingly comfortable, featuring a separate lounge area and a connecting door to one of the King Rooms. The large bed sports extra soft blankets and the furnishing betrays subtle Scottish elegance.


The Garden Wing Rooms are a little less elaborately designed and decked out in a classic country style. All of the units are suitable for handicapped guests.


Those unfortunately restrained to a wheelchair will encounter no problems at all: Ramps, low bathroom amenities and large doors make the Peppers Manor House a worry free destination.


Directly adjacent to the Manor House, the 18-hole Mt. Broughton Golf and Country Club is a challenge even for experienced golfers. Whack a ball across the greens, which also bear an unmistakable resemblance to courses in Scotland.


Afterwards, indulge in the local delicacies served at the Pepper’s restaurant Katers. Only the freshest ingredients find their way into the kitchen and a lip-smacking local wine perfectly accompanies the culinary creations.


The graceful elegance and the superb service are the Pepper Manor House’s hallmarks. On a cold winter night, a warming fire merrily crackles in the lobby’s open fireplace, the music room and the lounge.


The summer’s mild weather, however, allows for a new set of romantic options: Settle down in the gorgeous courtyard to indulge in the Kater’s delicacies or in a glass of finest wine. The Peppers Manor House – supremely comfortable holidays!


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The exclusive Peppers Manor House in the Southern Highlands features not only the graceful swimming pool and the adjacent 18-hole golf course but also a long list other leisure activities.


A number read more » of local sights are all within easy five minutes’ walking distance. Discover the horse riding stables, several wine stores, boutiques and antique furniture stores. Peruse the local shops to your heart’s content and hunt down the one or other bargain.


You prefer spending your time outside the realm of civilisation? How about a spot of fishing? Hook a trout or try your hand at fly-fishing, a skill that requires some practise.


Of course, there are also countless opportunities for bush walking, visiting caves, cycling and, last but not least, exploring the Morton National Park. The principle attractions are the stunning Fitzroy and Bundanoon waterfalls.


For multi-day hikes, we recommend the services of an experienced guide. The vast, rough and rugged limestone region is often more challenging than one might think. Benefit from your guides intimate knowledge and pitch a tent come night time.


Moreover, the Southern Highlands are also well known as a wine-growing region. Stop by one of the countless wineries for a little wine tasting or stroll the rolling vineyards around the Peppers Manor House.


Located only eight kilometres from the Manor House, the idyllic country town Bowral Village is worth a visit. Alternatively, discover the historic Berrima, founded in 1830. The quaint village still sports a number of sandstone buildings and an Anglican Church.


A stay at the Peppers would not be complete without a visit to the Wombeyan Caves, located approximately 50 kilometres away. Admire the bizarre formation in the vast network of astounding 200 limestone caves!


There is a lot to do, a lot to see! Time to get started! The Peppers in the Southern Highlands is a perfect basis for exploring the region. However, you may always decide to just kick back and unwind in the graceful setting and the supreme comforts provided by the Manor House!



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