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High Range Club
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Reviewed 24 January 2012

The property is beautifully located in the lap of abundant greenery. The river flowing just alongside the Club, adds to the serene environment. It has a huge courtyard with well kept gardens, golf course and swings for the little ones.

The cottages , especially the newly renovated ones, are comfortable and spacious. The food is a sumptous fare, catering to all the tastes. The Dining Hall, Reception and the Children's Room are all spacious and well maintained.

The staff was always helpful and courteous.

All in all a wonderful place to soak in the bounties of the pristine environment.

Room Tip: Go for the newly renovated cottages with a lovely view of the river.
  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled with family
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2  Thank MADHURKJAIN
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Reviewed 11 December 2011

We booked our stay at High Range Club based on recommendations from a couple of people who had stayed there, and I am glad that we stayed there.
The location is great, close enough to Munnar but tucked away in a hill away from the crowd and the dust of the city.This is a lazy place so making a reservation was challenge but once we got there, all the trouble seemed worth it - the property particularly its lawns, gardens and golf course - is outstanding.
We stayed at the main building, the rooms were large and reasonably well kept for all the years it has been in existence.Food : we had most of our dinners here which we much liked, but what was outstanding was the afternoon high tea fare - delicious sandwiches, cakes and scones sitting in the lawns viewing perfect sunsets over the hills.

Room Tip: Go for the main building rooms, they are infinitely more appealing than the cottages.
  • Stayed: February 2011, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank BasudevBasu
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Reviewed 8 December 2011

High Range Club is a beautiful old world colonial property with British style bungalows, huge gardens (with beautiful flowers), a lake running at one corner of the property and views of tea gardens around... The whole place gives you a feel of landing in another time all together... The rooms are clean and the staff is very helpful... We enjoyed our stay here...

  • Stayed: January 2011, travelled with family
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2  Thank Getsetandgo
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Reviewed 12 November 2011

Club in Munnar felt more like an experience than simply a place to stay the night. Old world charm, the main house accommodation looked far more favourable than the basic cottages which we stayed in. it was my best honey moon spot .. !! i will never forget this hotel...

Room Tip: Please arrange some party for couples during seasons
  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank chenkamon
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Reviewed 13 September 2011

Visiting the High Range Club in Munnar felt more like an experience than simply a place to stay the night. As you enter, you are suddenly sucked into the wonderful world of what would have once been a thriving British colonial club all those years ago. It was absolutely fascinating and utterly surreal to be immersed in a piece of India's colonial heritage with old 'men-only' club and billiards rooms as well as archaic locker areas.

What makes the experience so interesting is that the High Range Club is itself not aware of its status as 'place to visit' in its own right. Rather romantically it still attempts to be a functioning club to this day (albeit with a rather different set of Indian clientale), and to me, this is what makes it so special. The old club chairman welcomed us into what was essentially a rather run down and decrepid clubhouse, but what it lacks in cleanliness and upkeep, it more than makes up for in charm and charisma.

The staff all seemed very friendly and welcomed us as their only visitors which simply added to the mystique. We wondered about the empty rooms observing all the old club name-boards and simply enjoying the bittersweet nostalgia of what the place would have been like in its heyday. Overall I would thoroughly reccommend a stay here, despite the rather rundown accommodation; it is a fascinating insight into Indian/British history and should certainly be classed as an attraction in its own right.

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled with friends
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2  Thank OPRS
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