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Cloud End Villa - A Heritage Property
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Very basic hotel but nonetheless a really enjoyable place to stay. The staffs are friendly and there is a happy atmosphere. Rooms are about 40 steps up the hillside from the entrance on the road so would be difficult for anyone with impaired mobility. A good 30 minutes walk from the town centre so not a lot to do in the evening other than have the evening meal in the hotel and retire to the room. Meals are served in a refectory style dining hall with classic heavy wood furniture and long dining tables. There is no general heating so rooms can be very cold (we were there late February and the mountain air was not more than 4/5 degrees at night. ) The staff did supply some electric heaters but they didn’t make a huge difference - it is long time since I sat warming myself of a two bar electric fire and jump straight out of the shower into clothes that had been warmed by the fire ! Don’t get too much of a fright when a large Languor monkey noisily clatters across the corrugated aluminium cladding on your bedroom roof . It is quite a racket.

  • Stayed: February 2018, traveled as a couple
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Thank ADM001
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Reviewed March 12, 2018

The staff were very pleasant but room 8 not one of the refurbished ones and very basic and quite dark. I never managed to get hot water. The dining room was the only facility and the food was not particularly good.

Room Tip: Number 8 and 9 had not been refurbished. Ask for a room that has been
  • Stayed: March 2018, traveled with friends
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Thank anne b
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Reviewed January 1, 2018 via mobile

Although the access route to the hotel was a bit challenging, but the hospitality, the rooms and the food were absolutely worth our day nights stay here. Great service by the staff here who were always helpful, smiling warm and courteous unlike the kind you experience even in five/ six star hotels these days. Lovely place, pls do stay here if you have an option.

Stayed: December 2017, traveled with family
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Reviewed October 28, 2017 via mobile

We stayed for 2 nights as part of a touring group. Rooms with terrace are large but very charmingly old fashioned, basic and a little shabby. Garden areas need a lot of attention but there are a fantastic array of birds in the garden. Pre dinner drinks are served at 7pm in a lovely reception room followed by eating together on a big table. Food was a let down. 1950's style Indian mixed with some English. Bland milky soups to start then cauliflower cheese served with bland Indian/English dishes. I think the owners think British travellers are not used to proper curries and are still using recipes from days gone by. Lovely owners and helpful staff.

Stayed: October 2017, traveled as a couple
Thank CatHolt
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Reviewed October 23, 2017

Food simple but good, staff friendly and helpful, drinks cheap. Location good, however, room 11, looked nothing like the photos seen of the hotel. It has seen better days and needs some tlc, The room smelt fusty, and bathroom window covered by dirty looking piece of fabric. Visited as part of excellent Jules Verne Images of India trip.October 2017.

Stayed: October 2017
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