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All reviews set menu fixed menu tea house cardamom plantation guided walk the barn no alcohol every afternoon banana fritters surrounding countryside tea museum western ghats complimentary tea nature walk stunning location peaceful retreat couple of nights
We recently stayed here for two nights as part of a tour of Kerala. We were given a room upgrade which was lovely. The room was very large with a beautiful verandah and views over the tea plantations. The staff were most helpful. The food...More
Our family had a great experience on our stay at Windermere Estate.
The room was spacious and had all the requirements. The bath room was clean and neat.
The property itself is more than 4 acres and rooms are arranged with ample free space. The...More
Huge spotless room, with a huge bathroom to go with it. Great views over the plantations from our balcony, only slightly marred by a building going up just below the hotel.
Tea and coffee and sweet or savoury snacks are served every afternoon in the...More
What a stay ! Fabulous rooms very well appointed beautiful walks and lovely staff.
Sunil and Anoop made it so nice. They spent time with us making us feel comfortable. Anoop is a gem. He took us on a trek through the plantation as well...More
Stayed here for 2 nights & absolutely loved the property.. The check in was smooth, staff was very courteous & amiable. The food was excellent, always freshly made & only a la carte. Afternoons usually was local food & evening indian cuisine was also offered....More
Response from Christopher B | Reviewed this property |
Trainers are fine - as are walking/hiking/trekking shoes. You need a back to the footwear, and soles that won't slip. Not flip-flops or open back sandals or mules! If you have a walking stick, take it with you!