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The Sebel Kirkton Park, Hunter Valley, Pokolbin

Set in the heart of the panoramic Pokolbin countryside within 100 hectares of beautifully manicured gardens and gentle rolling grounds, enjoy magnificent views over tranquil vineyards and the wineries of the Hunter Valley.

The Sebel Kirkton Park offers exceptional accommodation and a superb array of activities for leisure guests as well as the conference delegate. Ellegant function rooms, combine with stunning scenery to also make it the ideal venue for wedding receptions.

The main building contains a striking reception area, guest lounge with an open fire place, library and card table, bar, billiards room, Infuzion Restaurant specialising in contemporary Australian cuisine, the Conservatory Restaurant ideal for a casual breakfast and light lunch.

Other facilites include the Grecian style pool house with indoor heated pool, sauna, spa and massage room.

Accommodation Options

Heritage room

1 Queen and rollaway or 2 Single beds

Deluxe room

room consists of either a 1queen or 2single beds



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