Peppers Convent, Hunter Valley

Halls Rd, Pokolbin, New South Wales, 2320, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Halls Rd, Pokolbin, is near Cypress Lakes Resort, Brokenwood Wines, Pepper Tree Wines, and McGuigans Wines.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsPeppers Convent, Hunter Valley Pokolbin

    Reviewed by turnernz

    Best bar nun

    Reviewed Jul 23, 2012
    by (18 reviews) Sheffield , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Peppers Convent neared perfection as accommodation. The rooms were beautifully apportioned and decorated, as were the communal areas. Breakfast was splendidly generous and varied and the staff were all tremendously helpful and friendly. The slight downside was the wi-fi which refused to work and the minimal number of television channels available in the room, but these are minor complaints about an overall excellent experience.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Peppers Convent, Hunter Valley Pokolbin

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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    Off to Hunter valley, 150 km North of Sydney

    A travel blog entry by belhorizon1 on Feb 18, 2014

    31 photos

    ... It was a great way to see our last Australian sunset and the flying foxes. These are large bats flying towards the botanical gardens by the thousands every night. They are not welcomed and there has been several attempts to stop them but from what we could see, none of them had been successful so far.

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    Mendoza's Aussie cousin

    A travel blog entry by garrykctravels on Nov 19, 2013

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    ... wasn't the biggest income for the Hunter Valley, but that tourism was. More people come to try and to buy obviously! He also said that the Hunter Valley was actually only responsible for a small percentage of the wine produced in Australia at 5% and 2.5% of that was from grapes sourced from other regions! Yet, it has become world famous and people come from far and wide because of its incredible reputation. After our lesson the fun began and we arrived at Gartlemann Wines. ...

    The day after yesterday!!!!!!

    A travel blog entry by catecross on Aug 31, 2013

    48 photos

    ... to some Hungerford Hill bubbles to celebrate Dave's birthday - a nice touch. Then they gave us a complementary pork thing for us carnivores and a velvety to die for chestnut soup with caramelised cumquat for Jess. Rather envious!

    We settled on entrees and mains leaving our options open for dessert. Bread arrived. The sourdough and ciabatta is made in house and we were told that the sour dough is made using a mother which is 150 years ...

    Autonomy Day 2013

    A travel blog entry by a_payne on Aug 09, 2013

    9 photos

    This is the day that the University of Newcastle became separate from the university of Sydney so each year they have a week long festival and the last day is called Autonomy day. They way the students, and Uni, celebrate us by waking up at about 2AM on Friday and they start to drink. They then proceed to the school bar called Bar on the Hill that opens at 7AM, where there are live bands and they serve free breakfast for a little bit and you can ...

    Australia has taught me to love cold showers

    A travel blog entry by melindam on Jan 13, 2013

    6 comments, 22 photos

    ... were to have visited Kosciuszko National Park when we did: the park is closed now, and many of the areas we visited nearby either have burned or are burning now.
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