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After the hustle of Kolkata, we went to Darjeeling and travelled to this working tea plantation. Set on 1800 acres it offers a peaceful and beautiful refuge for those who visit. The stay is all inclusive of meals, laundry, walks with guides and excursions. The...More
Butterflies, of every colourful hue flutter free, a couple of HORNBILLS fly past at dusk, a squak of a peacock at dawn, a curious kitten a couple of playful puppies are just some of the charm of Glenburn. The rest, Tagore, Shelly or Wordsworth would...More
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Response from Husna-Tara P, Owner at Glenburn Tea EstateResponded August 9, 2018
What a lovely review......thank you so much, and you are always welcome at Glenburn where I hope the butterflies will always flutter around you as you sip tea on our verandah, and the hornbills and peacocks continue to play amidst the tea bushes and wander...More
After a long road (and a delicious picnic on the way), the arrival is sensational: breathtaking view and warm welcome by the Plantation management. The Bungalow setting is stunning, with rich decoration and high-end amenities. Butler service on tea delivery is quick and efficient.
This is the place to be to experience the tea estate and best possible hospitality that could be on offer. Both Darlene & Ms Victoria coordinated well during the stay. The rooms were designed well and spacious to soak in the nature around. The property...More
As you drive down the rumbling,hilly and possibly the worst road in Eastern India, you get a sudden glimpse of the possibly the most beautiful house in the world.
Glenburn, the tea estate as it is lovingly called is an age old world, a tribute...More