Peppers Moonah Links Resort

Peppers Moonah Links


Scenically situated on the graceful Mornington Peninsula, the elegant Peppers Moonah Links Resort is situated only half an hour’s drive away from Melbourne.


The Mornington Peninsula is famous for its beautiful landscape as well as its celebrated wineries and restaurants. The Peppers Moonah Links Resort is the ideal basis for exploring the region, especially for discerning travellers and golf enthusiasts.


The setting is quiet and peaceful. Lodged amidst nature, the metropolis Melbourne is read more » nevertheless nearby. Those travelling on an INTOSOL Private-Guided-Tour enjoy the service of a private driver who kindly shuttles you back and forth between the Peppers and the city any time you like.


Moonah Links commands a stunning view of the golf course, which directly borders the hotel. All 96 Deluxe Rooms and Suites are elegantly furnished and feature a balcony. Flower arrangements provide a splash of lively colours and soft cushions and a crackling fire create a cosy ambience.


The fine facilities are backed up by attentive service and the Moonah Links Resort’s exquisite Pebbles Restaurant. The cuisine is a mouth-watering affaire that includes delicious seafood, tender steaks and fresh vegetables.


Add a heavenly dessert and accompany dinner with one of Australia’s great wines. Culinary bliss par excellence! Afterwards, the Spike Bar is a perfect option to settle down with a stiff drink to help your digestion.


The Peppers Moonah is all about spoiling yourself a little. It offers more than a delectable cuisine, however. The Peppers also features a fully-equipped spa section, a gym, tennis court and a beautiful swimming pool.


Moreover, the elegant Peppers Moonah caters for small business events. A weekend with colleagues or a small conference with up to 130 participants – the Peppers will surely meet your requirements!


The Peppers Moonah Links Resort in Victoria – golf and refined luxuries for the discerning guests! You will be thrilled!


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The Peppers Moonah Links Resort is situated on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula and certainly ranks among Australia’s finest golf resorts. The elegant facilities include 96 rooms, conference venues, read more » two 18-hole golf courses and a Day Spa.


The Peppers’ style is modern and welcoming. The luxurious rooms and suites all feature a balcony that looks out over the sweeping golf course and the putting green.


A light colour scheme and chic design set the tone in the rooms. The ambiance is further enhanced by stylish furniture like soft leather lounges. Of course, the facilities are state-of-the-art.


Each of the sophisticated guest units is equipped with a private balcony or terrace, elegant bathroom, hairdryer, air-conditioning, heating, telephone, TV, radio, CD player, internet connection, mini bar and fridge.


Those who like it extra spacious or families will delight in the so-called Lodges, which feature several bedrooms as well as a generous living area and a bathroom with spa facilities.


Luxurious furniture and gigantic king-size beds ensure your ultimate comfort. The Peppers Moonah’s restaurant serves both Australian and international cuisine but sets its focus on fresh local produce from the Mornington Peninsula.


The executive chef is Andrew Kelly. Andrew has made a name for himself with his ingenious fusion cuisine that unites traditional Australian recipes with European, Asian and New Zealand influences.


Andrew, who has been working his magic in the Peppers since 2003, has indeed established the Pebbles Restaurant as one of the Peppers major drawcards. Try it! Creative and delicious! Incidentally, in April 2006, the Moonah expanded and now offers 36 new suites!


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Sunshine and warmth, comforts, relaxation and sophisticated luxury … all this and more at the Peppers Moonah Links Resort on Victoria’s graceful Mornington Peninsual!


The Peppers is not only a first-choice read more » for golf enthusiasts but also an excellent basis for those looking forward to exploring Victoria’s southern sights.


The peninsula boasts wineries, exquisite restaurants and countless activities like fishing, horseback riding, bush-walking, cycling and many, many more.


Those that enjoy chasing balls of every shape and colour may play not only golf but also tennis, volleyball, badminton or croquet.


Moreover, the Mornington Peninsula enjoys a reputation as one of Victoria’s most engaging regions. Between historic parks, wine festivals and music events, it is hard to spend a boring day.


The nearby seaside towns Sorrento and Portsea are also well worth a visit. Portsea boasts a peculiar flair that is composed of horseshoe-shaped beaches, English gardens, rugged cliffs and fierce breakers.


Sorrento surprises the visitor with a Mediterranean ambience. Bistros flank cafés and restaurants and all command a view of the ocean. A piece of Italy in south-east Victoria! Explore colourful markets, blossoming parks, aquariums and museums.


No visit to the Mornington Peninsula is complete without a climb up to the top of Arthur’s Seat. Arthur’s Seat is the highest point at 304 metres above sea level and features a 360 degree view of Port Phillip Bay and the Mornington Peninsula.


Any time the big city lures you back: Melbourne is a mere 30 to 40 minute drive away – perfect for a day trip. In fact, there is so much to see and do that three or five days at the Peppers Moonah Links Resort fly by in a big hurry!


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