We had planned our trip during the weekdays to avoid the rush - we stayed in Cottage4 - the best as the tree next to it was always chirpy with birds having a feast on the fruits. The way to the resorts pass by tea plantations and the last 1Km to the resort starts the coffee plantations spanning across 200 acres. The rooms and bathrooms were neat, the view from the balcony was awesome. The food served at the restaurant was good and presented well - we enjoyed the breakfast, soup, starter and desert. It may require a little more variety when there is a bigger group.