Hotels Type : Hotel
Hotels Type : Hotel
The Claridges Nabha Residence, Mussoorie Holiday Honeymoon Package
About The Claridges Nabha Residence
Experience the gracious elegance of the bygone Raj era at The Claridges Nabha Residence, Mussoorie. Summer retreat of the erstwhile Maharaja of Nabha, the heritage hotel set amid 13 acres of private cedar and silver oak forest has a romance and splendour of its own. The deep verandah's surrounding the single-storey colonial building, opens out into a central courtyard and provides a sweeping view of the garden and the rolling green hills. With its distinctly Victorian feel, the hotel captures the serenity and nostalgia of the Mussoorie of yesteryears.
The hotel offers every modern convenience and facilities romantically camouflaged in a luxuriant period ambience.
Lal Tibba, the highest point in Mussoorie, offers stunning panoramic views of the surrounding snow capped hills. Through the Japanese telescope placed atop a 20 metres high hill since 1967, you can see the Badrinath, Kedarnath, Banderpunch and other Himalayan ranges.
The second highest peak of Mussoorie, Gun Hill offers a majestic view of the Himalayan ranges such as Bunderpunch, Srikantha, Pithwara and Gangotri and a bird's eye view of Mussoorie town and Doon Valley. During pre-independence days, a gun mounted at the top used to be fired heralding mid-day to enable people to adjust their watches and hence this name. You can also enjoy a 400 metres ropeway ride from the Mall Road to Gun Hill.
The romantically named Cloud's End is located at one end of Mussoorie. Apart from an invigorating walk through dense forest resplendent with varieties of flora and fauna, the place offers a panoramic view of snow clad Himalayas and the Yamuna river.
Camel's Back Road
This place gets its name from the life-sized rock resembling a camel's back. You can enjoy a pleasant walk or a pony ride on this 4 kilometers long stretch.
Sir George Everest’s House
Located about 6 kilometres from Mussoorie, this is the house and laboratory of the first Surveyor General of India, Sir George Everest. The highest peak in the world, Mount Everest, is named after him. The house is situated in a picturesque location from where you can catch the panoramic view of Doon Valley on one side and view of Yamuna Valley and snow bound Himalayan ranges on the other.
About 25 kilometres from Mussoorie, Dhanaulti is a small hamlet along the Tehri road. Surrounded by pines and deodars, Dhanaulti offers breathtaking view of the Himalayas. The venerated Surkhanda Devi shrine is also located here.
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