Escape to luxury in Kingscliff for three nights from $449

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Treat yourself to a laid-back escape in signature Peppers luxury and embrace the coastal atmosphere of the NSW Tweed Coast at Peppers Salt Resort & Spa Kingscliff, located minutes from Kingscliff’s spectacular beachfront, just 20 minutes from Gold Coast Airport and 45 minutes from Byron Bay.

Relax and unwind at this acclaimed resort and enjoy daily buffet breakfast, a welcome drink each (your choice of a glass of wine, beer or house spirit), explore hidden beaches and local markets. And there’s also complimentary in-room movies, wifi and a 15 per cent dining discount at the award-winning Season Restaurant, all from just $449 for three nights.

When you aren’t relaxing by the resort’s tropical pool or lagoon-themed swimming pool – complete with its own sandy beach – the resort’s enviable location means you’ll be perfectly positioned to make the most of the local area’s many attractions. Quaint markets, an abundance of beachside bars and restaurants: it’s all on your doorstep.

The resort is located in the heart of Salt Village and just a short stroll from Salt Central Park, a gorgeous open space with bike tracks and a children’s playground, ideal for picnics and BBQs. Salt Village is also home to a host of cafés, restaurants and boutiques, meaning it’s just a short walk to brunch spots and freshly brewed coffee.

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Written by Ben


Total Comments: 1
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    Good choice and with a Senior Card or Pension Card you can go around all the places for $2.50, just ask the driver on the bus for a RED ticket. Gets you even to the border of the Gold Coast at Tweed Heads/Coolangatta. Clubs are still open at the time of writing (Corona Virus might change that). TwinTowns Club is across the street from your end stop.



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