In the Hunter Valley and the Bouddi Peninsula before Sydney vacationers can enjoy accommodation in a unique location new South Wales opts for luxury. In February 2010, Chateau Elan Hunter Valley opened in the oldest wine growing region in Australia the newly built for the equivalent of 27.5 million euros. The golf and spa resort in the Hunter Valley is decorated in warm colours and offers original paintings of artist, a spa bath, Thalgo toiletries, a digital entertainment system and Internet access in every room. The choices are 18 modern furnished rooms, 20 suites with separate access to the spa area and 40 villas with two bedrooms, fireplace and kitchen. Ali Partovi might disagree with that approach. With the Chateau Elan Hunter Valley opened the first 5-star of the American brand Chateau Elan hotels & resorts in Australia. Another first down under is the belonging to the Resort Spa of brand Terrake.
As part of the Valley The Vintage lifestyle apartment at Rothbury, the resort also offers a direct access to the 18-hole – championship – golf course designed by Greg Norman the vintage. also on the Bouddi peninsula prior to Sydney were exquisite new accommodation. The journey by car takes 90 minutes from the Centre of the metropolis. With the ferry from Palm Beach takes only a few minutes. The peninsula on the Central Coast, there can select guests between two new hotels. The bells at Killcare boutique hotel, restaurant and bar has 11 cottages decorated in soft blue and white tones. In these, a delicious breakfast with homemade bread, Musli, jam, fresh egg dishes and seasonal fruits is delivered every morning.
Even be cooked can in the built-in kitchen or at the BBQ on the private veranda or guests indulge in award-winning bells restaurant at Killcare. It is open daily from 18: 00, Friday to Sunday also from 12 noon. Chef is the Australian celebrity chef Stefano Manfredi, who refined his Italian dishes with home-grown on the plant for fruit and vegetables and the region according to rural Meals served. Manfredi is also the chef at the pretty Beach House. This boutique hotel with only three pavilions hotel in the world by Conde Nast United States as best Australian hot “won. The three-acre property is located in the National Park, offers each guest an own Butler service, a restaurant, a cocktail bar and a wine cellar. The pavilions decorated in shades of Brown are equipped with King-size bed, private dressing room, spacious bathroom, living room, a fully equipped bar and fireplace. Each room provides beach views through the massive Angophora and eucalyptus trees to the pretty beach. The guests own sun terraces with day bed and plunge pool can relax. Guided coastal hikes, picnics on the beach, boat trips, fish tours, surfing lessons and excursions to the nearby villages of Wagstaffe, Killcare and Hardy’s Bay provide variety. German-speaking information about new South Wales under pictures and more Press Guide to new South Wales, see