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P.O. Darjeeling, Darjeeling , 734101 | Show on Map
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Glenburn Tea Estate And Boutique Hotel in Darjeeling provides a breakfast to guests during their stay. This boutique in Darjeeling is 19 km from Chitrey Bus Stop and 1 km from Kambal Tea Garden.This boutique hotel has a single floor with 8 rooms and offers amenities such as a tea/coffee maker, temperature control, television wake-up calls, attached bathroom with hot and cold water supply, bottled drinking water, makeup mirror and a telephone.This property in Darjeeling offers a restaurant, travel counter, garden, luggage storage and a 24-hour front desk.
Some of the services include 24-hour room servic, medical aid and a laundry.Glenburn Tea Estate And Boutique Hotel in Darjeeling is 35 km from Darjeeling Railway Station and 84 km from Bagdogra Airport. The places to visit are Kitam Bird Sanctuary (2 km) and Bhutia Busty Monastery (37 km).
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by RikvbGent on February 15, 2019
Stayed for 4 nights in this beautiful place and could have stayed longer. This is one of those special places one can only find in India: a colonial atmosphere with an eye for every detail. Beautiful rooms, well organised walks and picnics, very good food, warm and welcoming staff and a view on Kanchyenjunga. The best way to finish or start your journey in India.
by charlespBrighton on January 25, 2019
As it says somewhere on their website "come here at the end of your trip to India". It was right! After exhausting, noisy, chaotic, polluted Kolkata and Delhi Glenburn is a peaceful retreat to relax from the rigours and daily stress of India. Yes, the last 45 minutes on the road to get there are challenging but once there you are transported back to a Colonial existence where nothing is too much trouble. Bertie and Audrey are superb hosts and spend time to ensure you get as much or as little out of Glenburn as you want. You can go on excursions to Darjeeling and the Toy train, walk down to the river and the border with Sikkim, roam in the tea gardens, visit the factory - and drink the tea. It is fabulous. The staff are all so welcoming, friendly and informative. We were lucky (thanks Bertie) to get the same guide, Luna, for 3 days and she made our stay very special. Bertie insisted we get up at 0500 our first morning to see the sun rising on Kanchenjunga. He was right - absolutely magical, and it wasn't there every morning either so don't miss it.
by ninadumasia on January 16, 2019
An absolute little beauty tucked away at the foothills of the the majestic Himalayas, pictures dont do it justice and mind you each picture gets better then the last . I felt I stepped back in history away from the maddening life I lead in Mumbai . The warmth of the staff and the effortless functioning of the estate by Mr Bertie and his dear wife Audrey will surely take me back . It is a fully functional tea estate and since it was December the tea plucking had stopped, the rooms are rich and beautiful each room is actually a huge suite with beautiful names depicting all that surrounds you . If you are lucky , which I was the mighty Kanchenjunga stands tall before you on clear days and you blink twice wondering am I seeing a mirage . Food you eat is actually the beautiful produce they grow in their gardens , the innumerable cups of tea and snacks keep flowing and you cant possibly go hungry. The journey to n fro for the last 45 mins is tough as the roads are deplorable but then you just forget all till its time to leave . Was it worth it ? Absolutely. Will I go again ....
by 176JohnP176 on January 4, 2019
This is not a modern luxury resort, this is an old colonial home on a working tea estate in the remote Himalayas and that is why you come here. There are no high tech gyms, swimming pools or local club and restaurant scene, This is a remote home with all the luxuries that people can supply, managed by Bertie who has a long history with the area and his excellent team. The views of the mountains are brilliant, birdlife abounds, the locals are charming as well as welcoming, and it is quiet, a real escape from Indian city life. Excursions can be arranged, hikes managed, massages delivered, clothes washed, meals drinks etc etc. wifi exists across the property. The ride in and out are tough but that is all part of the adventure. Look past that and enjoy the snow capped Himalayas. Prior to this we stayed at the Penthouse, owned and managed by Glenburn in the heart of Kolkata, an oasis in a very very busy city. Recommended.
by fourtune on January 2, 2019
A bucket list trip to India for my husband's 80 year old work colleague included a trip to Darjeeling. As the travel arranger I was very excited to find the Glenburn Estate - offering accommodation for a very few lucky travellers in the most beautifully preserved and decorated colonial home with breathtaking views. (I've seen the pictures and the stories are unlikely to end until I go myself!) As if this is not enough - the amazing hospitality offered by the Estate's managers and hosts combined with all meals and personalised tour arrangements - combined to provide the most amazing experience for these two gentlemen. Thankyou Bertie and Gelnburn Estate!
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