Place is on the outskirts of main town Kurseong (West
Bengal, India), a recreated
and restored stately British Colonial home.
Place is nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas with
awe-inspiring views of the majestic Kanchenjunga, and surrounded
by the wafting aromas of the finest Darjeeling tea.
Stone, log and cast iron
splendour are complemented with regal antique furniture,
colonial cuisine and the Raj ambiance.
Situated along a ridge, breathtaking views of the mountains
and the valley are visible from all the twelve bedrooms.
Select from easy to strenuous walks,
Enjoy a packed picnic excursion on the Balason river or a packed lunch at Chimney- an organic farm at 7000
Take a day trip to Darjeeling by the DHR train- a UNESCO World heritage project,
River rafting on the Teesta,
Visit the magnificent Ghoom monastery or the Shiv Mandir
Tour Ambootia tea factory - India's finest bio-organic tea estate,
Go shopping at the Tibetan carpet weaving workshop,
Experience wildlife at the Deer Park and Forest Museum
Access : Cochrane Place
is 1 hour 30 minutes by road from Bagdogra airport and New
Jalpaiguri railway station, which are connected with major
cities of India. You can also travel by the Darjeeling Hill
Kurseong is Visited as an Ex-Siliguri / Kolkata Weekend
Getaway of as a part of Off-beat West
Bengal Hills / Sikkim Itinerary.