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Sterling Holiday Resorts Munnar

  The scenic hill station situated at 1650 mts above sea level abounds in Tea plantations, water falls, Golf Course and nearby Iravikulam National Park which is 16 kms from Munnar. Built in this region known for Neelakurinji flowers is Sterling Munnar. Located on a forested mountainside, the view from this Sterling resort is breathtaking.

Club Mahindra, Munnar

The resort is located 22 Km. from Munnar, on a hill peak, offering unparallel views of the lake and lush green tea gardens. It is barely 3 hours from Cochin airport and a little over 3 hours drive from Madurai. Very well geared to families umpteen family related activities are organised -- like treks, picnics, drawing competitions, yoga. Club Mahindra Lakeview offers an opportunity to be one with nature, the resort itself is reminiscent of a bygone colonial era.



Abad Copper Castle Resort, Munnar

Kerala Hotels offers to arrange for you to stay at the plush Abad Copper Castle Resort in Munnar, Kerala, South India. Kerala Hotels lists details on Abad Copper Castle Resort packages and hotel reservation, so that you can enjoy your date with Munnar, Kerala, South India. Surrounded by dense tropical forests, the Abad Copper Castle Resort in Munnar, Kerala, South India offers a hideaway nestled amid hills and wildlife.

Windermere Estate, Munnar

   In the clear air at 1600m, surrounded by vivid green rolling tea-clad hills and dramatic rainforest, lies Windermere Estate, a newish retreat with a homely, old-fashioned feel. Think carved wooden gables and red corrugated tin roofs, checked tablecloths and lace curtains. Planter and ophthalmic surgeon Simon bought the estate 18 years ago and opened the farmhouse guest quarters in 1999, consciously avoiding anything that felt like a hotel thus, no reception, and home-cooked meals served in a dining room with kitchen at the far end, in farmhouse-cum-chalet style.










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