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Goomtee Tea Estate, Hill Cart Road, Near Mahanadi Railway Station (World Heritage Darjeeling Railway) 734223, Darjeeling , 734223 | Show on Map
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The Yatra SMART choice property comes with a promise of 8 assured amenities, money-back guarantee and priority helpline support. You also get free cancellation and standardized prices through the year.Goomtee Tea Garden Retreat is located at a distance of 8 km from both Kurseong Railway Station and Juma Masjid Kurseong.
The Goomtee Tea Retreat is surrounded by tea gardens in Darjeeling. This property offers beautiful views and peaceful atmosphere.This resort in Darjeeling comprises of 4 rooms. Each room is equipped with amenities such as tea/coffee maker, wake-up calls, bottled drinking water, wardrobe and bathroom with hot/cold water facility.This Darjeeling resort provides 24-hour front desk, travel counter and power backup generator facility.
Laundry, medical assistance and 24-hour room service are also offered. There is facility of a fireplace in the lobby. Excellent international vegetarian cuisine (including egg items) and minimalism are on offer here.
There is flower garden and library with books on a variety of subjects. Guest can explore the waterfalls and the drives to scenic spots near property. Goomtee Tea Garden Retreat can also be reached through PC Mittal Bus Terminus (36 km).
Guests can visit Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park (40 km), Peace Pagoda (36 km), Tiger Hill (34 km) and Bengal Natural History Museum (39 km).
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|Room Type||Inclusions & Amenities||Total Price for 1 Night|
1 Rooms Left!
Price for 1 NightRs. 7,450
1 Rooms Left!
Price for 1 NightRs. 7,450
by mandrita on October 20, 2018
This is a tea-garden based bunglow with 4 Rooms, called a Retreat located just one and a half hours from Siliguri amongst lush green tea-gardens and decorated lawns and garden. Its ambience promises to offer a change from the din and bustle of city-life, in peaceful solitude. But its exorbitant room-tariff surprizes you when u find different lack of facilities inspite of such high pricing! Most of the lamp-shades do not work in the living area, washroom equipments are wornout and function poorly, food is not only vegetarian but far from tasty, spiders and snalis are co-existing with us! Amidst all problems, the behaviour of the staff are worth-appreciating.....considering the little resources they are provided with! Thus it is a humble request to the management to explore this beautiful place in a more well-maintained, user-friendly manner and transform this place as a Retreat... worth for money!
by neham04 on June 5, 2018
We stayed in this tea garden retreat for one day, the stay was absolutely delightful. It is a serene place with beautiful surroundings (unlike the chaotic Darjeeling city). The experience of guided tour to the tea gardens and tea factory along with the tea tasting sessions was amazing. The kids had a great time in their lush green lawns, badminton, table tennis and other indoor facilities. The food served was so fresh and tasty. Overall a great experience which has created wonderful memories! An absolute recommended place to visit if you are going to Darjeeling!
by venke98 on May 19, 2018
We stayed 3 nights in the property. Set amidst almost 500 acres of tea gardens. very close ti mahanadi railway station. This is a 2 hour drive from darjeeling and bagdogra aiprort is 2 hours away. So its like midway. Where as Darjeeling is at 6500 + feet level this property is at 4500+ feet. Good thing is Its not touristy at all. Its a lovely bungalow adjoining a tea factory. Vegetarian food served by an elderly cook Prem was amazing. Sipped umpteen cups of Darjeeling tea 'Goomtee' Clean and tidy surroundings and a lovely lawn. Superb views. We did a hike to the waterfall where River Mahanadi originates. its just an hours hike from the bungalow. Great place to soak into the nature, chill and unwind. Bathrooms definitely need an upgrade.The current owners have sold the property including the tea gardens. We met the new owner Mr.Agarwal who has great plans for the property.
by suzi701 on April 23, 2018
Within five minutes of arrival, we were on the phone, desperately looking for alternative accommodation. The rooms and common areas reeked of mould and damp, as did our bedding. The towels were dirty and smelled, and there was no hot water in the filthy bathroom. The wardrobe was full of men's clothes and every surface was covered in dust. We were served an almost inedible meal on a table covered with a cloth spattered with congealed food. Despite advertising on English language websites, staff spoke no English at all. There was no Wifi. We couldn't wait to get out of the place and cannot understand the many good reviews on this and other travel websites.
by Nicola E on January 22, 2018
My friend and I stayed here for one night, although we wish we had planned more! Its a beautiful old house with the original colonial furniture. It was very quiet and had beautiful views out over the estate. Our stay included a tea estate tour and tea tasting. They cooked for us as well, which was great!
by suzi701 on April 22, 2018
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by jmdcoolio on May 10, 2017
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