Chestnut Brae Farm Stay is the perfect place to escape and unwind; experience farm life; hold a retreat; write a book; or explore the south west on your next nature based holiday.
Fully self contained original farm house, this three bedroom cottage is ideal for family getaway of four adults and four children, or a secluded escape,
Chestnut Brae Farmstay is the original farm house which was once a dairy at the time of the group settlement scheme in the 1920's. Set in the stunning Blackwood River Valley, it is the perfect destination for a relaxing getaway or a family holiday.
The farm stay has one double bedroom upstairs and two bedrooms downstairs. There is one bathroom with a spa bath as well as the shower and toilet.
Your hosts, John and Linda Stanley, farm sweet chestnuts, cattle, sheep, poultry, marron and mushrooms on the farm and produce sweet chestnut products and chestnut fed pork.
Products are available for purchase on the farm.
The gardens of Chestnut Brae are part of the Organic Garden Trail, The Blackwood River Valley Food Trail, The Nannup Flower and Garden Festival Open Gardens and The Festival of Country Gardens. They display a Monet theme of archways, ground covers, heritage roses and deciduous trees.
The farm has a Maremma livestock dog, chickens, ducks, guinea fowl, turkeys,and geese that are free to roam on the farm and must be treated with respect at all times.
For cyclists - we can take bookings for groups of cyclists on the Munda Biddi Trail.
For hikers - we are not far from the Bibbulmun Track and can take bookings for pick up and drop off walkers.
The sweet chestnut orchards are reminiscent of a European forest, sprinkled with daffodils in Spring time.
Autumn is chestnut harvest season and we take bookings for chestnut tours and chestnut roasting evenings.
Nannup is the ideal town to use as a base to explore the entire south west as it is in the heart of the south west cape area.