The Hunter Valley provides the perfect escape from the city, promising visitors a relaxing break with wine, delicious food, and stunning scenery. In the heart of the hinterland, you’ll find Cypress Lakes Resort, a golf getaway that embodies everything the Valley has to offer.
Perfect for a romantic escape or a laidback cultural jaunt, Cypress Lakes Resort is not only set in beautiful surroundings, but it also has a packed roster of activities you can get stuck into while you’re there. Spread over 25 acres, there is the chance to play golf until your heart is content, explore the wild surroundings, and sample some of the local wines that have made the area famous around the world.
The luxury accommodation and on-site restaurant only add to the charm.
Accommodation at Cypress Lakes Resort
The accommodation at the resort is made up of a collection of self-contained villas. You can stay in a one, two, three, or four-bedroom villa, many of which boast incredible bush land views of the valley. Rooms are neutral and serene, promising a relaxing stay in the Australian countryside.
The Restaurant at Cypress Lakes Resort
When you get peckish, you can head to the on-site Bodega Restaurant and Bar. Open daily, this welcoming hangout serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. While you tuck into local, seasonal flavours and sample some of the renowned Hunter Valley wines, you can admire the sprawling views of the surrounding golf course, lake, and swimming pool.
Things to Do While You’re at Cypress Lakes Resort
The resort is made for golfers, with an expansive course that’s surrounded by picturesque scenery. Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, there’s somewhere on the green for you.
Hot Air Balloon Ride
Hit the skies and see the Valley from a different perspective in a hot air balloon. All around the valley, you can jump in a basket and discover the views at a slower pace.
Cycle or Walk
The scenery surrounding Cypress Lakes Resort is beautiful, boasting eggshell-smooth lakes and lush greenery. Take a stroll around the trails and out into the valley, or hire a bike and use pedal-power to make your way around.
The Hunter Valley is renowned for its extensive wine tasting opportunities. Try some of the wines on-site, or head out to the local wineries to learn more about the wine making process in the valley.