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Myself and husband stayed for 2 nights in the Father’s room. The room was quite pleasant but in a state of early decay. The dinner last night consisted of a soup of reasonable quality , the main course was a leg of chicken with rise...More
4 Thank lanalavery
Response from AnetteKay, General Manager at Huntingdon HouseResponded 4 weeks ago
Thank you for taking the time to write a review.
We are saddened and sorry that HH did not match up to your standards. We welcome constructive criticism as we always strive to give our guests the best possible experience and take pride in what...More
Delicious food. Good service. Nice manicured gardens. Enjoyed tea plantation tour and tea tasting. Very friendly staff and very accommodating. I stayed in the chapel room. Just amazing. Old world charm. Would like to go back again.
I was only there to get some lunch and do the tea tasting. Their lunch was good. Their iced coffee was delicious! Very refreshing. The actual tea tasting was kind of a let down. They just laid out different cups of tea and you tasted...More
Owned by a portuguese first and taken over by a scotsman around 1916 it had become a great teaplantation.
The owners villa remains in the middle of all this.
I visited looking for a coffee and a home made brownie and enjoying the views.
The house was built in 1934 to replace the original house that burnt down after a lightening strike. Tea is their business and tea is now planted on 900 Hectares, which is an awful lot of tea. The low tea bushes stretch for miles, as...More
1 Thank moraira
Response from AnetteKay, Owner at Huntingdon HouseResponded 11 January 2018
Hi! I am glad you liked your stay. We are current doing maintenance and the painters are busy putting fresh colours on the old walls. So hopefully it will look nice and fresh for your next visit :)