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Ivy Cottage Landour Cantt , Mussoorie, Mussoorie , 248179 | Show on Map
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"Doma's Inn is a budget hotel in Mussorie. It is at 2 km from the Mussorie Bus Stop and at 1 km from the Laal Tibba. The hotel provides free Wi-Fi and breakfast to its guests.This hotel has 6 well-furnished rooms on 1 floor.
Each room has an attached bathroom, a television, an intercom, and a heater. The hotel also provides free newspapers in the rooms.Doma's Inn has a multi-cuisine restaurant and a coffee shop. Guests can avail of laundry service and travel assistance at this hotel.
The property has 24-hour power supply.This Mussorie hotel is located at 32 km from the Mussorie Railway Station and at 55 km from the Jolly Grant Airport. Tourist attractions that guests can explore include Kempty Falls (18 km), Gun Hill (3 km), Happy Valley (6 km), and Library Bazaar (5 km)."
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Price for 1 NightRs. 2,480
by aditya_ravikumar on January 15, 2019
Me and my wife visited this place for lunch. The only Tibetan cuisine restaurant in Landour / Mussoorie . Excellent food with great decor and interiors , would perhaps make you think you are in a Tibetan home. Extensive menu ( veg/ non vegetarian) , the owner is very hospitable. have a lot of interesting signposts / trivia placed inside the restaurant. Also , they sell Chinese Green tea cups / saucers. Highly recommend , if you are in Landour. thanks
by Priyanka S on January 7, 2019
I was quite excited about staying in this Tibetan themes Guest House/Inn and my earlier interactions with the owner regarding booking etc. were very well handled. But the day I reached, it was nothing but bouts of disappointment on every front. 1. Pls. expect very poor/average service. The guy at the reception told us the very first day that they will take a call for Bed tea only after 8 a.m. So the morning when we got up, I realised that they had conveniently kept the phone off the hook even after 8 p.m . I went to the reception to check since nobody was picking up even till 8.15 a.m and we were desperate for Bed tea. Overall staff attitude, very cold. 2. All three days the housekeeping was either not done, was done poorly( trays from Bed tea and wet towels were still lying around in the room and the last day also not done. Everyday only after we came back , we had to ask them why its not done and then they would send somebody to do it, much to our inconvenience. We stayed in the so called deluxe room, which is very small. maybe ok for 2 people, but just in case you are three, dont even think about it. Extremely small and narrow. Obviously , I do not accept luxury for the price of Guest House but Hospitality and client service is the pillar of this industry and does not matter what price you charge. You have to park you vehicle on the road as the Guest House is road side . there is no designated entry into any compound etc. An apt place for backpackers maybe . Not anything more than that.
by sophiej454 on December 5, 2018
I recently spent two weeks not at the main Inn, but at the family home stay, and simply cannot rate the experience highly enough. My bedroom was cosy and comfortable, a little cold in the evenings at first, but this was soon sorted with the kind loan of a heater. Breakfast was delivered to my bedroom every morning, either by the family driver Sandeep or another lovely member of staff. The family was friendly, utterly obliging in every way possible and went beyond what I would consider the call of duty to help me out on more than one occasion. Also in residence (and always eager for a chat) is the familys 92-year-old grand matriarch, Doma herself, who built up the business from scratch selling Tibetan artworks by the side of the road during the late 1940s and has a thousand amazing stories to tell. Received daily visits from the glorious Landour monkeys (including long-tailed langurs) and, to my intense relief, not one from a spider. The food served at the main inns restaurant is some of the finest Tibetan and Chinese fare Ive ever tasted (and I spend most of my time in Dharamshala), and is fairly priced. Thanks so much to the entire family and staff for such a wonderful stay. XXX
by kimo970 on November 24, 2018
Domas Inn is an interesting little local hotel. The decor reminds me of Tibet, and they have a small restaurant that serves local food. The rooms are inexpensive and typical Indian decor and amenities. Im pretty particular about hotels, so while it was a nice stay I wouldnt recommend it for more than 1 or 2 nights. Its not a resort by any means, but neither is the price.
by Mavai on October 19, 2018
At first look Doma's Inn appears to be a fun place with its kitschy decor and retro music and one of those 'highly recommended' Tibetan cuisine restaurants on every list of Landour 's 'must-dos'. The food, especially the momos were leather-like in texture, the thukpa soup, cold and spoon-free on arrival and the service, unsmiling, unapologetic and surly. The hygiene levels are questionable and at the end of a really bad dinner experience, the place also started appearing shady! Amazing that people actually live in the few rooms on offer.
by Mavai on October 19, 2018
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