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Reviewed 21 August 2015

Great place, Though old British style and very disciplined in terms of Dinner and Bfast timings. What I loved most was the rooms and a separate place for Drivers.

Morning Walk is very pleasant and you can hang around for a day though.

The property is divided in two Parts. One Area is cottages and take a small walk to the Main Area for Dining and Club. Yo can park your car next to your cottage. Cottages are spacious. Outside you get a sitting area.

Dining Area is like a mess. It's Buffet and you can take what you want. Starting from Soup to any food item. You get both veg and non-veg. Timings are strict - I think from 8.00 - 9.00 for Dinner.

Room tip: All are cottages and you can choose any
Date of stay: October 2014
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Cooldubai71
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Reviewed 10 August 2015

We had a lovely stay at the High Range Club, where you feel as though you've stepped into another era. We had a ground floor double room, which was clean though fairly simple, although they'd nicely renovated the bathroom. We had many set meals here and all were of high quality, with lots of options. We did experience blackouts on all days, which were a little frustrating. The only letdown was the general upkeep, which wasn't up to the quality one would expect, e.g. there was a lot of rubbish in the bushes outside our room, cleaning products were left scattered outside, marring our view, and our rubbish bin was emptied oddly outside our room and left there. There are gorgeous walks one can do through the tea estates.

Date of stay: July 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank TinyTravellerA
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Reviewed 2 August 2015

If visiting Munnar, this hotel which is central to the history of the district, is the place to stay. It's faded elegance speaks volumes about those who started the tea industry in the area. Beware however that it has no licence so that nostalgic gin and tonic won't happen.

Date of stay: August 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank grannywalescc
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Reviewed 30 June 2015 via mobile

Not very well marked road to find this place. Once found, the staff were accommodating even though they claimed not to have our reservations and nearly turned us away. Our driver thought we should stay elsewhere but we kept to the plan for it being dark and late. Decent food. Simple cottages. Clean enough for a short stay. Glad to have a cottage with an updated bathroom. Gekos in house, but harmless. Driver allowed to stay on property in van overnight. Cable TV was the only thing going on at night. Very quiet. Nobody around to make noise. No bar. Bring your own fun in a bottle. Not first choice for the next trip.

Date of stay: November 2014
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
2  Thank TwoRuggedRoses
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Reviewed 13 June 2015 via mobile

The club is an affiliate club of the famous Secunderabad club in Hyderabad of which i happen to be a member. So the old world charm of a vintage club and it's primitive rules is nothing new for us. But it's location is noteworthy. The best view of the sprawling tea gardens could be had from the cottage No.11 , which was conveniently booked for us and was overlooking the moor. Believe me , there is a small lawn in front of the porch of this cottage and is bordered by a low wall of which we had made an improvised table of sorts. It was here that we enjoyed every bit of the sprawling views of the tea gardens and the moor both during early mornings through late evenings , while sipping some very finely brewed coffee and tea. But the food served could best be rated as something short of average. Not worth paying for. However the lack of even a single fan in the spacious cottage was a definite eye-sore and the weather demanded that the fan was definitely required as we had travelled in the month of May. The bathrooms are impeccably maintained though. A must see place for all tourists passing through Munnar. You will not be disappointed if i may say so!

Date of stay: June 2015
Trip type: Travelled with friends
1  Thank hashmi h
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