The magnificent historic hotel where guests can step back in time, embrace the bygone era, and experience its timeless elegance, opulence, and grandeur.
Built in the year 1871, and once the summer house of the King of Cooch Behar, the property has been extensively refurbished into a luxurious heritage hotel. The heritage hotel seamlessly combines historic charm, modern-day amenities, and warm and gracious hospitality with all the delights the picturesque and famous hill station of Darjeeling has to offer.
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Ging Tea House, a fully restored British style colonial tea planter’s bungalow, perched 3000 feet above the sea level, surrounded by a breathtaking 6000 hectares of natural landscape and rolling tea plantation, offers a perfect setting for those seeking the quintessential tea valley experience amidst tranquility and seclusion. The estate and the bungalow take you back in time when tea plantations first started in Darjeeling and beautifully capture the old-world charm and British colonial character.
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A pristine white majestic bungalow nestled in the midst of an over 100 years old picturesque lush green tea plantation spread across 137 hectares at an elevation ranging between 25,00ft up to 5,000ft, with sweeping vistas of the mist-clad Himalayan range, cool crisp breeze, and manicured lawn offers a perfect ambience for those seeking an immersive tea garden experience surrounded by serene nature to relax and rejuvenate.
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