Chesterfield House هو خيارك الأمثل عند زيارة Talbot. حيث يوفر مزيجًا مثاليًا من القيمة والراحة، ويمنحك جو مناسب للأسر مع العديد من الرفاهيات التي يُفضلها المسافرون.
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أحرص على زيارة The Court House Hotel، فهو أحد حانة في Talbot على مسافة قريبة من Chesterfield House.
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On arrival in Talbot we noticed the beautiful two storey bluestone building on Ballarat Street and was please to see they had antiques and collectibles in the front rooms of the property. The building was one of the towns many pubs in bygone years but has now been converted to holiday accommodation with lush gardens and a pool. We only visited the antique section which is open Sat-Sun 11am-3pm. The display is pleasant and there is a mixture of old, vintage and reproduction collectables. The building is very impressive and has been lovingly restored, the owners are friendly and very happy to explain the history of the place, Talbot and surrounds. Definitely worth a visit if you’re in Talbot on a weekend.
We stayed 2 nights in one of the cottages, loved sitting on the verandah overlooking the gardens and pool, a little oasis of tranquility. Gerard is a very welcoming and helpful host. The room was spotlessly clean, shower was good and great location handy to the pub and markets. Note that meals are not available every night in Talbot, Maryborough is not far away though.
Lovely place to visit. Laid back host and a very relaxed check out time. Clean and tidy cottages. Great location to wander over to the Providore for dinner and then experience the market the following day.
We found Chesterfield House online after deciding to go away for the long weekend. We booked the main house which is a converted bluestone pub. The house accomodated our two families (4 adults, 2 kids and a dog) with room to spare. I believe it can hold up to 11 people. The fit out is divine. Deep maroon walls, decorated cornices, plush carpets and 5 open fires give the house a warm, decadent feel that was beyond cosy on a cold June weekend. We were to eat out at Romantics Winery on Sunday night but the large, modern kitchen and the thought of the drive home meant we stayed in for a roast lamb in front of the open fire. The town itself has barely enough going for it to keep you busy for a whole weekend unless you are there on the 3rd Sunday of the month for their reknowned farmer's market. If Victoria had tumbleweeds, they would be found in Talbot. Lunch at Bryce's is also recommended. We day tripped to nearby Maryborough and watched the Maryborough Magpies have their first win of the season (truely the only time I have ever barracked for the 'pies) I have stayed at some amazing places - the Blue Mansion in Penang, the Miners Church in Buningyong and Tuna Bay, Perhentians and this rates among them. I don't believe the cottages would offer near the experience the house did. Come summer time we are looking forward to coming back with a crew and utilise the pool and the verandah that looks over the town.…
I stayed on a reasonably warm early summer night but could not help thinking that this property would be at its best when it was a very cold winter's day. There is the main 1870s or so bluestone house - previously the Bull and Mouth Hotel - and five weatherboard or brick cottages. I stayed in a weatherboard cottage which is a few years old. There are attractive gardens on the property but unfortunately they have introduced European plants rather than the local stunning and fauna attracting native plants. My cottage was in a group of three. The bed was reasonably comfortable though far from the best that I have experienced. The room was a bit dark and had at least two chairs, a desk, reasonable lighting provided by at least three bedside or deskside lamps, a modern television, a fairly efficient though not super quiet airconditioner and free supplies of two cereals, tea, coffee and a very difficult to open litre of orange juice. Normally guests receive bread and milk but due to my late booking, this was not provided so I received $5 off the normal, quite expensive A$140 tariff. The bathroom was quite roomy but unfortunately lacked a bath. The shower, toilet and vanity basin were however very clean and functioned well. Towels were fine. The outdoor swimming pool was in a very poor condition with water that looked unfit for swimming. The pleasant manageress who called in briefly explained that the contractor had made a mistake, perhaps with chlorine levels. This needs to be fixed as it was a bit offputting, particularly since the room rates are higher than for a motel. The local general store closes at 2000 each day, while there is also a pub that I did not visit. The cottages are only metres from some well worth a look historic buildings, while Talbot now has a recently reopened railway station with one train a day each way. There are also V/LOine coaches six days a week, although Maryborough has far more choice in V/Line offerings.…