We (young family of 4) enjoyed our stay at Peppers Moonah Links overall. It is in a beautiful location and was easy to find. The golf course looked stunning but I cannot comment on that aspect as we did not play any games during our stay. We stayed in a 1br suite which was comfortable but needs updating. Furniture and fixtures are starting to look dated as is the colour scheme (ochre feature walls anyone?), laminate kitchen bench (it's all about stone now!), old toilet etc to give you an idea. As previous reviewers have reported the balcony and adjoining window/sliding door was very grubby. My daughter came inside with cobwebs in her hair after sitting out there for a few minutes! Internally it was pretty clean although doors and walls could do with a wipe over. The pool needs a serious revamp. It is tiny!! I would compare it to a standard backyard pool. There is potential to make this a great feature of the resort if Peppers or the body corporate have the funds to do so. A kids club or school holiday program would also be a hit if it was provided, given the number of families staying at the resort. Also, would have been nice if the tables were set with napkins and cutlery during the breakfast sitting. It seemed almost camp hall like in that regard.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Peppers Moonah Links Resort is the ultimate destination for golf enthusiasts and perfect for visitors looking for stylish accommodation from which to explore the delights of the Mornington Peninsula region. The resort is one of Australia's finest golf resorts, home to the 2005 Australian Open. Peppers Moonah Links Resort has been designed to harmonise with the land which has been moulded from rolling sand dunes promoting a calming atmosphere perfect for a weekend escape. Peppers Moonah Links Resort offers stylish accommodation in deluxe rooms and open suites, all with balconies overlooking the stunning golf course or putting green. Each room features natural materials, clean lines and earthy Australian tones with modern furnishings and fittings. Each accommodation room offers STD/ ISD direct dialing, central air-conditioning and heating, TV, CD player, internet/data access, refrigerator, complimentary bathroom amenities and full length mirrors. The resort is a golfer's paradise with two 18-hole championship courses, the Open and Legends courses which will provide a true test to golfers of all levels. Other facilities available onsite include swimming pool, gymnasium and mountain bikes, recreation lawn and central putting green. Pebbles Restaurant offers a modern Australian menu with a focus on the freshest Mornington Peninsula produce. Accommodating up to 110 guests, you can enjoy a meal on either the sunny terrace or in the dining room with the fire blazing in winter. Pebbles Restaurant is open 7 days a week for breakfast and dinner. For a pre-dinner drink or nightcap there is no better place to relax than in Spike Bar. The number one tourist attraction in the area, Peninsula Hot Springs, are right next door and we provide a complimentary buggy service between 9am-5pm (weather permitting). The Mornington Peninsula is renowned for its stunning beaches, fishing bays, national parks and golf courses. You can go horse riding along the famous Gunnamatta beach or swim with the dolphins in Port Phillip Bay. Restaurants, cafes, local markets and antique shops are worth the visit in the charming nearby towns of Portsea and Sorrento. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Peppers Moonah Links Hotel Rosebud