Abby Lodge is a private, secluded and unspoilt, romantic retreat for adults only. It is set amongst beautifully landscaped gardens in a tranquil rural setting within 150 acres of wildflowers and natural bushland, tall gums and wattles.
The guest premises are modern and each of its three suites includes a king size bed with a spacious double hydrotherapy spa bath ensuite that adjoins balcony areas overlooking the garden.
Reverse cycle air-conditioning provides ultimate comfort in all seasons.
A full cooked breakfast is included in the tariff. Breakfast is cooked to order & is served in the guest dining room at guests' choice of time.

A light evening dinner - which is served in the elegant dining room - is available.

Please provide details of any special meal requirements in the "Guest Comments' section of the booking sheet.

Please note that Abby Lodge is a non-smoking property & smoking is not allowed anywhere at Abby Lodge.

Please note, carefully, that each room at this property caters for either one or two adults only.

Guests' animals are not allowed under any circumstances.

Mobile phone service is unreliable.

VISA, MasterCard, AMEX & Diners Club cards are accepted. Cheques are not accepted.

Activities and facilities

  • Beautiful Gardens. Guest Lounge with Austar TV. Mini fridge. Wonderful walking trails.
  • Concierge
  • Dry cleaning / laundry service
  • Ice machine
  • No smoking anywhere
  • Non-smoking property
  • Not suitable for children
  • On-site parking
  • Restaurant/s
  • Spa/Hot tub/Jacuzzi
  • Tour desk
  • Wifi access

Business facilities

  • Each room has a direct-dial phone for outgoing calls only. Incoming calls received at reception.
  • Wi-Fi Internet broadband connection is available for sending & receiving email.

Location

224 Strathnook Lane, Clifton Grove 2800 NSW Australia, (Eastern end of Strathnook Lane)

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Abby Lodge

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Additional information

Check In 1500hrs
Check In Instructions Check-in time is between 3pm & 10pm (after 10pm OK on request). Phone prior to arrival if ETA is after 9pm.
Press the red call button on the console at the entry. The gate should open automatically.
Only one or two adults are allowed in each room.
Check Out 1030hrs
Getting There Abby Lodge is located in the country 9km East of Orange.
Take the Ophir Road out of town in the direction of Clifton Grove.(Head out of town eastwards along March street [or Byng street which runs parallel to March street but one block to the South] or alternatively Dalton street. Ensure you are on the Eastern - i.e. towards Sydney - side of the railway line). Continue along Ophir Road past the Resource Recovery Centre & over a bridge crossing a creek. Next look for a road sign which reads 'Ophir 21 via Lower Lewis Ponds' Take the next turn to the right. This is Banjo Paterson Way. There is a sign on a post at this junction which reads 'Bed & Breakfast 5km'. Continue for three and a half kilometres or so and then turn right into Strathnook Lane. There is a sign at this junction marked 'ABBY LODGE'
Continue to the far (eastern) end - watch out for Kangaroos! Then, following the bitumen, turn left and immediately right into the entrance of Abby Lodge.
Press the red button on the console by the gate & proceed when the gate opens.
Please phone us if you require more-specific details fo how to get here. We can send you this information by email, fax or phone. Please let us know from which direction you are coming.
If you are in the City centre visit the Orange Visitor Information Centre - situated on Byng Street near the corner of Byng & Peisley Streets. They will gladly provide you with a map outlining the route here.
If you are arriving on the Mitchell Highway from Bathurst you can avoid going into the town of Orange by turning right onto the Northern Distributor which is a right hand turn 4km or so west of Lucknow. Proceed along this road for 4.5km and turn right at the first roundabout (marked Ophir Road). Continue along Ophir Road for 3km going past the Resource Recovery Centre & over a bridge crossing a creek. Next look for a road sign which reads 'Ophir 21 via Lower Lewis Ponds'. Take the next turn to the right. This is Banjo Paterson Way. There is a sign on a post at this junction which reads 'Bed & Breakfast 5km'. Continue for three and a half kilometres or so and then turn right into Strathnook Lane. There is a sign at the junction marked 'ABBY LODGE'
Continue to the far (eastern) end - watch out for Kangaroos! Then, following the bitumen, turn left and immediately right into the entrance of Abby Lodge.
Press the red button on the console by the gate & proceed when the gate opens fully.
Parking Access to Abby Lodge is controlled by an electronicaly controlled security gate.
Press the red call button on the console at the entry. The gate should open automatically.
Drive slowly down the driveway. Be wary of animals, especially kangaroos.
Park within one of the marked spaces in front of the building.
On-site car parking is provided free of charge.
The parking area is 400m from the gate & not visible from the road.
Things To Do Taste wines at the local wineries which produce premium quality cold-climate wines.
Take a tour of the district & wineries with Simmo's Offroad Tours - direct to and from Abby Lodge.
Dine at Lolli Redini in Orange - a one hat rated restaurant; Or at Racine @ La Colline - featured in Gourmet Traveller.
Visit Mount Canobolas - the site of an ancient volcanic eruption.
Stop at Abby Lodge for an excursion to Dubbo Zoo.
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