Imagine a G&T with a view of spectacular Himalayan scenery, high in the hill station of Darjeeling. Or perhaps grand hospitality and faded grandeur in Shimla, or the many tea and coffee plantations of South India.
Whether a working tea planter's bungalow or a former colonial landowner's home, staying in a plantation property is a fascinating experience and an odd throwback to a different time.
You might wish to plan your entire trip around hotels like this or fill in gaps: as usual, we'll tailor your entire trip to suit you.
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Glenburn Tea Estate, Darjeeling
Restful, elegant, and welcoming, the old converted Glenburn Tea Estate is the perfect place for a retreat.
Nestled in lush forest and coffee plantations, this intimate hotel has a fascinating history and is a beautiful place to relax.
Windermere River House, Neriamangalam
An intimate, relaxing property set amongst tranquil gardens along the River Periyar.