There are Eight rooms with evocative tea-themed names – lemon, green, silver tips, golden tips, chamomile, jasmine, lemon grass and hibiscus rooms. Have a crackling fire going on chilly nilgiri nights while you snuggle in your room’s inviting confines. Indeed throughout the year, a soft mountain breeze wafts into teanest making it a cool getaway.
The rooms are all done with understated elegance typical of a british tea planter’s mansion. A snug living room with a welcoming fire place warms chilled feet after a long trek or a guided tea garden walk.
Relax on the sun-stunned porch with a cup of fragrant tea; perhaps you will see a bison or Indian gaur lumber through the plantation even as nimble women, with baskets on their backs, pluck two leaves and a bud, flitting from bush to bush like bright butterflies.
Go smell the flowers and sip a cup of fragrant tea as the early morning mist rolls in. Wake up with the sun…