Friday, 25 July 2014
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 Special days.

Spring is around the corner.

We have 4 definite seasons at Chesleigh and spring is a time to awaken the senses.The trees and gardens are bursting into life, the horses are shedding that thick winter coat and birds make off with the hair to line their nests.Our chickens are laying so many eggs and the region is rich with food produce which finds its way onto our table.Chesleigh is a place for your children to explore, laugh, shout and discover and you can find your inner child too.

Your family will love you for a break at Chesleigh .

Weekends anytime

You will arrive to the warmth of the glowing lights of Chesleigh. After a supper of chunky farmhouse soup, crusty homemade bread, pate and other sustaining goodies, the evening is yours for challenges in our games room, an unwind with a glass of red by our evening campfire, or simply to fade away to the comfort of your comfy bed with its feather doona.

Next morning the beauty of Chesleigh reveals itself and after a hearty country breakfast, there is horse riding on offer, exploring the local area, a game of tennis or a bracing walk on one of the many walking trails Chesleigh has to offer. After a delicious lunch, an afternoon nap might be in order, or if you are the adventurous type, you might like to pan for gold in one of our creeks or head for the hills to take in some wildlife or just to breathe our sweet fresh air.

People usually reassemble by one of those fires for a pre dinner tipple before the famous Chesleigh Saturday night dinner followed by entertainment by your host Mike Cody, the well known local performance poet.

After another blissful night's sleep and great country breakfast, the morning is for more horse adventures, perhaps a game of bocce on the lawn, a catch up on the book you meant to read, a clamber to one of the lookouts on the property, or ZZZ.

The Chesleigh Sunday BBQ is famous and has photos taken to all parts of the world (it tastes delicious too).

People reluctantly head towards home sometime in the afternoon, having had a magic weekend.

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Going to Dubbo Zoo?

If you are going to Dubbo Zoo, Chesleigh is the ideal place to break your journey. We are in the heart of the Turon goldfields and we have gold panning excursions right here, on our own property in our own creeks. Add to that our delightful meals, wonderful horseriding, invigorating spa, comfy verandahs, open fires and amazing bush poetry by our own well known local personality, Mike Cody, and most families prefer to linger longer.

Phone now for prices and include Chesleigh as part of your Central West holiday itinerary 02 6337 7077

If you are not staying at the zoo, we can recommend Country Apartments at as a lovely accommodation venue.

Call us on 02 6337 7077 to book.

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