Peppers Parehua Martinborough

Martinborough Hotels / Motels / Resorts

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Check In: 14.00|Check Out: 11.00

Set on 5 acres of park-like grounds amongst the internationally renowned wineries of the Wairarapa wine region at Martinborough, Peppers Parehua Martinborough boasts panoramic views stretching to the Tararua Ranges.

At Peppers Parehua Martinborough you have the choice of designer accommodation including Winemakers Cottages, Secluded Cottages, Woodland Villas, plus Garden and Lakeside Cottages. All Peppers Parehua Martinborough accommodation is contemporarily designed and features full self-catering facilities, gas fireplaces, spa baths and in-room selections of gourmet treats and regional wines.

Peppers Parehua Martinborough is an easy 10 minute walk from the Martinborough Wine Village and is the perfect retreat for unwinding and relaxing. If something more energetic is on the cards, guests can enjoy the all-weather tennis court and swimming pool. In the evening the Pavilion's bar is the place to be for pre-dinner drinks, followed by dinner in the restaurant.

Our dinner menu showcases the finest local produce, with the picturesque trees and lawns of Peppers Parehua Martinborough providing a fitting backdrop.

Peppers Parehua Martinborough is the region’s latest corporate retreat offering a range of spaces for team building, meeting, seminars, functions and corporate retreats. The Pavilion has an overhead screen, internet access (broadband) and a standard whiteboard. Photocopying and fax facilities are also available (fee applies). Internet access is available in every room.

Map & Directions

5177 New York St West, Martinborough, New Zealand, 5711

Directions

Peppers Parehua Martinborough is situated on acreage at the edge of the historic wine village of Martinborough. Located in the world famous wine-growing region of Wairarapa, at the heart of the classic New Zealand wine trail, Peppers Parehua Martinborough is an hour by road from Wellington. Wairarapa is tucked amongst the Tararua and Rimutaka mountain ranges and the Pacific Ocean in the south eastern corner of the North Island.