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Wallwood Garden

19th-Century Scottish Style Home

Attadi, Conoor
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Your search for the perfect place to stay in Coonoor and hotels near Ooty ends here. Wallwood Garden is a 19th-century Scottish-style, a stately home that has been revitalised by Neemrana and is run as one of the most popular heritage hotels in Coonoor. This accommodation in Coonoor, unlike many other Coonoor hotels, offers guests the opportunity to walk out to the Botanical Gardens, close by, to admire many old rare trees like the Rudraksha, Paperwood, Elephant Leg, and the Strawberry plant. No show more

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Piece of Past

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Wallwood Garden
Wallwood was later sold to a British couple after the First World War, who ran it as a boarding house for many years. It was purchased by Liptons before the Second World War and the house has remained in the hands of tea companies – currently with Matheson Bosanquet.
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Your Rooms
All efforts have been made to maintain the old charm of Wallwood Garden while ensuring more than the basic comforts that have come to be associated with the changes in lifestyle since the 19th century
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Dining at Wallwood Gardens
The local cuisines with a different palate experience are for gourmets who travel with their taste buds – and also enjoy eating with their eyes!

Quick gist

About the stay

  • Wallwood Garden offers a unique experience of seeing and ‘living’ history along with a range of local excursions to the tea estates that help the guests unwind and rediscover themselves.
  • Nothing about the Neemrana experience is ordinary.
  • It has its own prize-winning garden of the Nilgiris overlooking a unique pomological garden.
  • Walkout to the Pomological Gardens to experience the vast species of trees and plants in Coonoor.

Where is this?

  • It is only two hours from Coimbatore and has its own prize-winning garden of the Nilgiris.
  • It is located two minutes from Sim’s Park, one of India’s most luxuriant Botanical Gardens, laid out in 1874 with over 1200 species of plants.
  • The Dolphin's Nose Viewpoint is 10 km from Coonoor. It not only provides a panoramic view of the vast expanse of the Nilgiri Hills but also of Catherine Falls.

With whom?

  • It's a small heritage hotel.
  • You'll have an independent room with access to common facilities.

You get

  • Accommodation is provided to you.
  • Breakfast is on the house.

Things to remember

  • You have to pay additional charges for lunch and dinner.
  • Laundry services and transfers are provided at a chargeable basis.

Something unique

The Mansion has retained the atmosphere of the past when tea estates had their own lifestyle!

Tips from insiders

  • Wallwood Garden also hosts anniversaries, birthdays and other memorable occasions.