Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa, the luxurious conservation-based resort located three hours from Sydney, has released a special year-round offer for couples seeking the ultimate romantic getaway.
The Romance Package, valid throughout the year, includes two nights in a luxury Heritage Suite complete with private swimming pool, as well as breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, all non-alcoholic and selected alcoholic beverages and two nature-based activities each day.
The romance continues with guests arriving to a rose petal adorned suite and a bottle of Bollinger and chocolate indulgences. The Romance Package also gives guests the option of one complimentary breakfast in bed during their stay.
Guests will likewise receive a Wolgan Valley CD of specially selected music which is played in the guest suites.
“Due to the demand for a Wolgan Valley romance package without seasonal limitations, we’ve come up with an offer – a package that caters to couples looking for a romantic escape at any time of the year,” said Joost Heymeijer, General Manager, Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa.
“The location of Wolgan Valley allows us to experience amazing weather all year round. From the cool and cosy winter months in front of the fireplace, to taking a plunge in the private swimming pools during the summer, guests simply need to choose a date for their ultimate romantic getaway,” concluded Heymeijer.
Thoughtfully nestled between two National Parks and bordering the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, the international award-winning resort features 40 individual suites reminiscent of traditional Australian homesteads.
From indulging in a delicious gourmet five-course degustation dinner, exploring the valley and its rich wildlife on horseback, to relaxing in the privacy of a luxury free-standing suite, Wolgan Valley’s all-inclusive experience forms the perfect setting for a romantic escape.
Indulge in a WolganValleyromance staying two nights in a luxury Heritage Suite with private swimming pool. The Romance Package includes breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, all non-alcoholic and selected alcoholic beverages and two nature-based activities each day for just $1,650 per person, representing a saving of $600 per couple.
Guests will arrive to a rose petal adorned suite and a bottle of Bollinger and chocolate indulgences. One complimentary breakfast in bed is included, selected by guests on their day of choice during their stay.
Guests will also receive a Wolgan Valley CD of specially selected music which is played in the guest suites.
Extra nights can also be booked at $780 per person on twin share.
*Valid for all new bookings received 1 April 2011 and is subject to availability at time of booking. Package rates are based on double occupancy, two night minimum stay. Code RMCP must be quoted otherwise normal rates will apply. Other terms and conditions apply.
To book, please contact the Wolgan Valley Reservations team on +61 2 9290 9733 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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