Kanchenjunga Suite at Glenburn Tea Estate - Darjeeling

Kanchenjunga Suite

Arrival

Departure

Adults

Children (3 to 15)

Room Type

No Of Rooms

Standard Occupancy: 4

Maximum Occupancy: 6

Inclusions

  • Chauffeur Driven Car From Airport
  • Transport For All Activities
  • All Meals Including Picnics And Barbeque
  • Refreshments Throughout The Day
  • Complementary Tea/Coffee/Mineral Water/Fresh Juice/Soft Drinks
  • All Laundry
  • Personal Tea Estate Tour
  • Optional Overnight Stay At Glenburn Lodge
  • Nature And Bird Walks
  • Day Trips To Darjeeling
  • Located in the northern wing of the house, The Kanchenjunga Suite overlooks the magnificent mountain range it is named after, although there are no direct views of the mountains from within the suite due to the gardens, trees and foliage just outside. With its cool blue and white Toile de Jouy furnishings, and canopied king-size bed, this is the perfect place to enjoy the peace and tranquil beauty that Glenburn is famous for. A Victorian, teak, queen-size provides a bed for a third person in the room, and an adjoining room, with windows covering the length of two entire walls, adds a further bed to this natural family suite. All the suites feature hand-embroidered bed linens, fresh flowers from the gardens, basket of fresh fruits, bathrooms with running hot & cold water with complimentary Darjeeling Green Tea toiletries, overhead fans in the rooms and hair dryers. The beds are fitted with electrical bed warmers. There are no TVs in the rooms to break the tranquility.

Amenities

  • Spa
  • Laundry
  • Sewing Services
  • Log Fires
  • Electric Blankets
  • Wifi

More reasons why you should visit us

Glenburn is a heavenly little plantation retreat that lies on a hillock above the banks of the River Rungeet, high in the Himalayas, overlooked by the mighty Kanchenjunga mountain range. Started by a Scottish tea company in 1859, Glenburn then passed into the hands of one of India’s pioneering tea planting families – The Prakashes, One of India's pioneering tea-planting families, we have, over the years, come to be known as the “Chaiwala family“ - which literally means “tea planters“. The story of the Chaiwala family began over a hundred years ago, and is closely entwined with that of tea plantations in India. Today, the third and fourth generation Prakash family carry almost a century of tea knowledge in their inheritance, and we invite you to experience this legacy at Glenburn. The “tea estate” experience was inspired by the vineyards of Europe and other parts of the world, where visitors observe the wine-making process, taste the wine and shop for wine, local crafts and produce. We found the whole experience educational and very interesting, and were inspired to open our own tea estate for tourists who may be interested in knowing about how a tea leaf makes it to their tea cup.

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About Darjeeling

Darjeeling is a town in India's West Bengal state, in the Himalayan foothills. Once a summer resort for the British Raj elite, it remains the terminus of the narrow-gauge Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, or “Toy Train,” completed in 1881. It's famed for the distinctive black tea grown on plantations that dot its surrounding slopes. Its backdrop is Mt. Kanchenjunga, among the world’s highest peaks.