Landour was a Cantonment town in British India. And it was named after a village known as Llanddowror in the south-west Wales. Lost in the fogs of Himalayas, hung in the red shade of rhododendrons and thick deodars, Landour helps you to remember the British Raj. A 5-kilometer steep drive or stroll from the packed bazaars of Mussoorie, it's an alternate universe of harmony and rich perspectives. So, let’s now check out where to stay in Landour
Where To Stay In Landour?
From comfortable pastry shops to pretty holy places, Landour is far beyond simply beautiful slopes all around. In the event that you aren't acquainted with the region and need a guide, we'll reveal to you the most ideal approach to go through an end of the week there, and all the spots that should be on your rundown for a loosening up end of the week in the slopes. See here where to stay in Landour
Stone-walled bungalows and comfortable chimneys? Rokeby Manor presents to you the exemplary mountain home, total with hardwood floors, and shocking perspectives from each room. They have an adorable little nursery, and individual cabins and rooms. Regardless of whether you can't remain here (they're generally reserved over ends of the week), ensure you attempt to have in any event one feast here. The food is mind-boggling, and they have the most pleasant insides with pastel dividers and columns of hanging teacups.
La Villa Bethany
It remains the best spot to remain in Landour. They will treat you both as a regarded visitor and as a component of the family. An abnormal blend yet one which they some way or another figure out how to effectively pull off.
This Landour property is pet-accommodating, they're Insta-commendable (they have Tibetan-motivated themes in their rooms) and have extraordinary food. Doma additionally shares its divider with Ruskin Bond's home. They're a short distance from Chaar Dukaan, so you can stroll up for breakfast. We suggest that you make a booking ahead of time since they're generally full.