The Bungalow in Ooty - Our Heritage Colonial Bungalow
Built in the early 20th Century, the 'Bungalow in Ooty' is our heritage property and has three bedrooms each with its own fireplace and completely laid out in period Teak and Rosewood furniture. A private dining room, a living room and a garden outside rounds off the property. The 'Bungalow in Ooty' is situated in the quiet residential area of Mount Pleasant and overlooks the famous Ootacamund Race Course.
We have an in house team at the 'Bungalow in Ooty' to cater to your requirements. We offer both Breakfast and Dinner at the property on a set menu basis and our menu is inspired by the different communities of the region that call Nilgiris their home. We are also one of the few properties that offer the much sought after cuisine of the Badagas, a prominent community of the region.
Our range of curated activities at the 'Bungalow in Ooty' include a heritage walk around Ooty, a walk around a local forest, plantation walks and our gourmet tea tasting experience. We are also happy to organise a visit to the various tourist attractions spread across Ooty as well as the neighbouring towns of Coonoor and Kotagiri.
The Bungalow in Ooty is rented out in its entirety as a villa and our tariff is determined by the number of occupants.
3 couples : INR 6000 per couple per night
2 couples : INR 7500 per couple per night
1 couple : INR 9000 per couple per night
Tariff includes breakfast
Taxes at 18 %
Extra person tariff is INR 1500 + taxes per extra person over the age of 6 if any.
300 square feet bedrooms fully furnished with period teak and rosewood furniture.
Each room has its own individual fire place.
Bay windows in two bedrooms.
Bathrooms with an old world charm with modern fittings and bespoke toiletries.
Private dining room and living room.
Large manicured garden area with garden seating.
Chosen as the best home style accommodation in the region by Outlook Traveller.
Subtlety is the word to describe the heritage house in Ooty. It has three bedrooms each with a fireplace, a drawing room and a living room. Wooden doors and long windows, a raincoat stand in the living room complete with grandfathers umbrella, the chandeliers, plain walls retain an old world charm.
-K. Jeshi in the Hindu Metroplus