Neville Siding is a unique complex comprising a bed and breakfast style accommodation, suitable for up to 67 people, in the small village of Neville south of Blayney.
It has a range of structures based around a railway theme and incorporating many items of memorabilia set in landscaped surroundings. It includes the Mandurama Railway Station, two freight vans circa 1950, a caboose which was a maintenance fettlers van, a caravan 'engine' called 'Ted', a house with 12 to 14 beds, a Post Office for three to five people and a Goods Shed which is utilised for reunions, parties, conferences and people sharing similar interests. This accommodates 29 persons. Pet Friendly.
Continental breakfast is included in the tariff.