Built in 1842, this picturesque property was the official residence of the erstwhile priest of Church of England, and is beautifully set amidst the lap of green woods, tall pines and splendid oak plantations near to the Church of England. There are four rooms and two cottages in the making. The in-house kitchen cooks an Indian home-cooked and authentic Himachali fare, which is served to the guests through room service, which is between 8a.m to 10.30p.m. There is parking facility within the property.
Cream-coloured, this 22/16 feet room is designed with wooden ceilings and floors. The elegant decor is antique and includes double beds, a mirror, a writing desk and an arm-chair with a coffee table. A TV and wireless Internet facility are available in this room.
by Sudipto Mitra
from Noida, India
Dont even try to go anywhere near this hotel. The rooms are over priced, when you consider the location with no view, the amount of filth/dirt scattered all around. The rooms themselves are in bad shape. The staff has poor knowledge about maintenance. They could not set right a geyser in 24 hours. The roof of the suite leaks. The carpetsblankets stink. They do not even have a proper kitchen. Do I need to say more?