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Kalika Estate, Dadgallia, Ranikhet , 263645 | Show on Map
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elcomHeritage was built as a quaint hunting lodge in 1909 at Kalika Estate on the outskirts of Ranikhet cantonment. Located at a vantage point atop a wooded hillock, Windsor Lodge commands spectacular views of snow-capped Himalayan peaks, thick oak, pine and cedar forests and Ranikhet golf course.This hotel in Ranikhet accommodates 26 spacious rooms with amenities equipped with amenities such as tea-coffee maker, television and fire place. and anattached bathroom with hot and cold running water and toiletries.Guests can host meetings, convocations and seminars at the conference hall, which can accommodate 40-50 people.
In addition, parties can be organised at Harkison Hall, which has a seating capacity of 150. A number of recreational facilities are provided here, such as Billiards Snooker, American Pool, table-tennis indoor games (Carom, Chess etc).
Other facilities offered by this hotel include airport/station transfer, car hire, laundry/dry cleaning and lodging for personal staff. In addition, arrangements can be made for guests who want to go on a local sightseeing tour.Delicious Tandoori, Indian and Continental fare can be relished at The Kumaon Room and Kafal Bagh, the in-house dining establishments.
There are two other dining options at this hotel, namely Raja of Shiekhupura and The Tea Lounge.WelcomHeritage Windsor Lodge is located at a distance of 7 km from Haidakhan Babaji Temple and 107 km from Pantnagar Aiprort.
The other places to visit are Jhula Devi Temple, Mankameshwar Temple 2km and Rani Jheel 3.5 km. Note: Golf at KRC Golf Course ; Grass fee charges @ Rs 500 per person per game which includes Golf kit and Guide; Timmings will be 08:00 in the morning till 13:00 in afternoon and Guest has to inform at the front desk 01 day in advance to play the Golf.Pets are not allowed in the hotel premises.
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by VijayV809 on July 14, 2018
We had lunch at the Kumaon Room, restruarant of the Windsor lodge Ranikhet, a heritage Resort property ,which is over 100 years old. The restaurant, with a glass house entry ,is beautifully furnished with period furniture and presents anold world charm. As the weather was fine we chose to have lunch outdoors in the lovely Gardens, with trees ,resident Birds, flowers and a great view . The food and service was good and their Pahari Baaker Tari,a lamb curry with thin gravy, a local favorite was superb. A local delicacy the Kumaoni raita, of curds, and shredded cucumber with a strong mustard flavoring is a must have. Overall a very nice experience with good food.
by Ujjwal B on May 17, 2018
the hotel is located near the golf course just a km outside ranikhet. The view from the hotel is absolutely amazing. The rooms are clean and staff is extremely courteous. The food served here is lavish, tasty, oil free with world class cuisines. Close your eyes and stay at this property..it is fabulous!
by ramrex on December 9, 2017
We stopped at ranikhet on our way from corbett to binsar. Ranikhet is a nice and beautiful defense town. Nice old defense structures with great campus and the town interleaved with it. Windsor lodge is right off the road and located atop a hilltop. Its a layered structure and has sitouts & eating area on the ground floor. This sit out area is used post evening for a nice camp fire. They have one of the most beautiful glass restaurant which looks pristine and is a great place for any meal. The food is good. We primarily took buffet meals and were very happy with the food. a-la-carte menu is very exotic but also expensive.
by dhruvmumbai on December 7, 2017
This is located really suitably up in the hills nestled away seperately 30 acres+ of pure bliss. The older wing rennovated in the 90's is far more full of character and is the place to stay! This wonderful gem has a restaurant running thru 365 days a year, a spa, a gym and a lovely billiards room too! The greenery and the views are amazing! A must stay place!
by Rahshri21 on September 4, 2017
The reviews were appealing. The property according to them had pedigree. And belonged a nationwide chain of hotels. Finding it was easy. It's located very close the the arterial road but is not at all noisy. Which is a plus. Of course parking if it's a large SUV is difficult. Most customers who book after seeing the pictures on the hotel site are in for a disappointment. The real Windsor lodge is a small building with 5-6 rooms. Which are the top of the line category. The delux and other rooms are in the annexe of the lodge. And the first and last impression is that they don't have any sense of history or quaintness about them. They are later and some very new regular hotel style construction. Some rooms are the wooden floor kinds with zero view and since they are along the corridor one can't even keep the curtains open to let the light in. The bathrooms are sub ordinary. With non functional shower head. And dirty tiles and commode. The bed linen is again not so clean and blankets are the fleeced kind which evoke no joy to sleep in. The food is limited. But being an army zone one allows certain liniencies. But there are serious flaw and deficiencies. Baked vegetable or pasta doesn't get olives or peppers or broccoli or mushrooms. The menu is very limited. The breakfast is a slightly indifferent. It though our affair. The dining space is a glass ceiling building which of course is a divine place to have breakfast on a rainy Or a sunny day. There are no complimentary water bottles. No tea or coffee kit. A kettle is there but one has to ask for the supplies. The hotel backward has a sloping valley of pine trees which builds such a heady smell of vegetation that mornings and evenings are wonderful. The view is good only from the main lodge part of which is a company guest house which of course is very well appointed. The manager is the trusted employee of the owner of the property which is part of the welcome heritage chain of hotels. It's the second welcome hotel I stayed in the last couple of years and a pattern seems to be emerging. The company which runs them has entered the hospitality business but there seems to be no sense of pride in it. It adds properties owned by private individuals and has it seems nothing K do with the management or standards. That's why Windsor lodge may be a just decent place for stay but no one will ever check out with a wow factor. There are better in ranikhet with ideas and zeal to execute them.
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