This property was booked by our son to join us and give us all a nice break from the humdrum of life.
We were impressed that though the entire stay was paid whilst online booked,Tabor cottage staff called us to inquire what time we expect to arrive.
When our vehicle broke down enroute 2-3kms from the property, & we called to inform our delay, we were sent a vehicle to pick us up and the driver offered to get the vehicle repaired or pick it up later.
The accommodation was simple and comfortable. We stayed in the Blue Room.
The support staff was good, quiet and non intrusive.
The lounge has a decent collection of books and magazines to help one enjoy the solitutude.
I loved the window ledge where one could curl up with a good book and watch the sunset.
The kitchen facilities are basic. Not much choice for breakfast or snacks in case one feels like munching while relaxing.
Remember to make your mobile calls as the network is really really bad and you are lucky if you can talk to somebody. [Maybe this is a good way of unwinding}
Would I like to go back??? Yes. with a camera, a bagful of books and my tablet to catch up on reading and writing.
Thank you to the staff for their hospitality.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Tabor was built in the 1850s, our age old stone house is nestled in the quaint suburb of Landour, with 'picture postcard' views of the Doon valley below and the majestic snow capped Himalayan mountain ranges literally 'just around the corner'. Tabor Cottage has 5 cosy en-suite rooms with 15 single beds (rooms are also available on a sharing basis). ... more less
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