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Resort news: Sebel Kirkton Park set to unveil new look

A popular resort on Australia’s east coast is undergoing an extensive revamp.

Sebel Kirkton Park, in the Hunter Valley vineyards of New South Wales, is being transformed to what it describes as”21st Century chic”.

imageScheduled for completion in November, the revamp will cover the resort’s 70 guestrooms and lobby as well as a new restaurant, wine bar and lounge.

Sebel Kirkton Park General manager, Belinda Paterson, said the grand exterior would remain the same, but the inside would welcome guests with bold colours, rich fabrics, soft lighting and striking furnishings.

“From the guestrooms to the restaurant, bar and lobby, our guests will see a complete transformation and we look forward to seeing them experience the unparalleled luxury.”

Set on a 70 acre estate, The Sebel Kirkton Park offers sensational Hunter Valley vistas and picture perfect manicured gardens, making it one of the region’s most popular resorts.

imageComplete with sustainable farming used to support the restaurant and bar, Kirkton Park is named after the first vines established in the area in the mid 1800’s.

The resort boasts tennis courts; a billiards room; and an onsite Grecian-style pool house with indoor heated pool, sauna and spa, and a gymnasium.

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About Ian Roberts (255 Articles)
Ian Roberts is a veteran Australian journalist, PR man and writer/reviewer on accommodation and travel. Over many decades, Ian has travelled widely reporting and recording his experiences. His newsy columns - including Memorable Destination - have gained a big following among people seeking suggestions and objective information about accommodation, travel and destinations world-wide. Along with wife, Sue and her camera, Ian has taken up a particular challenge to help budget conscious seniors 50 and upward with travel and accommodation ideas - including suggestions for holding family reunions. Readers in Ian's home city of Newcastle Australia may also be aware of his travel and accommodation column in a local newspaper.

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