Dr Rao and Anne were great hosts. Breakfasts were fabulous. The Egyptian Room was very comfortable. Make sure you arrive at The Tryst in daylight so that you can take in the wonderful scenery. Dr Rao took us on a late afternoon walk and we heard a bird called 'the whistling schoolboy'. Magic.
- Also Known As:
- The Tryst Guest House Hotel
- The Tryst Guest House Hotel Coonoor
- Tryst Hotel Coonoor
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Tryst is for people who wish to relax and forget about their everyday world. It is for people who like to potter about Nature. It is a haven for birds, hares, porcupine, wild boar and the odd fox, deer, bear and bison. It is for people who wish to avoid pollution of all kinds and are looking for a quiet and clean spot. It is for people who wish a change from hotels and are willing to try something differentperhaps stay in a quaint but exclusive family-run Guest House tucked up in the hills at 6000 ft amidst splendid tea gardens. Welllook no further than The Tryst, Coonoor in the Nilgiri mountains that enjoys a very clement climate of 9 to 23C. ... more less