WelcomHeritage Judge's Court - A Heritage Hotel in Gangtok, Sikkim

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WelcomHeritage Judge's Court is regarded as one of India's finest country hotels, set in a heritage village on the edge of the Himalyan Mountains. It is a large splendid Country Manor designed in the Indo-European tradition. The buildings stand in a 12-acre orchards consisting of mango, lychee, plum, citrus and exotic trees like camphor, clove and cardamom.

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WelcomHeritage Judge’s Court Pragpur , Himachal Pradesh A Heritage Hotel Reflecting the ambience of Anglo-Indian hospitality

Brief Description of WH Judge’s Court:

Brief Description of WH Judge’s Court WelcomHeritage  Judge's Court is regarded as one of India's finest country hotels, set in a heritage village on the edge of the Himalyan Mountains. It is a large splendid Country Manor designed in the Indo-European tradition. The buildings stand in a 12-acre orchards consisting of mango, lychee , plum, citrus and exotic trees like camphor, clove and cardamom.

Services & Facilities:

Services & Facilities Drinking water from exclusive mountain spring Milk supply from own dairy Fruit, vegetables and grains from own cultivation. Facials, massage and henna on request Village weavers for hand woven shawls and blankets, silversmiths and tailors Bird watching Car Parking Transport to and from railway stations with advance notice Doctor on call

Accommodation :

Accommodation Total No. of Rooms 20 (Divided into Three Wings) The Museum Mews Wing 01 Apartment 01 Suite 01 Deluxe Room The Manor Wing 06 Superior Rooms 04 Deluxe Rooms Residency Wing 07 Superior Rooms

Dining:

Dining Indian, Continental, Local & Chinese cuisine is served. Milk is supplied from the hotel's dairy. Fresh fruits and preserves come from the hotel orchards and quite a few vegetables and grain from the hotel's own cultivations.

Plunge Pool:

Plunge Pool

Excursions:

Excursions Kangra Fort Maharana Pratap Sagar - Bird Sanctuary Masroor Temple Bajreshwari Temple, Kangra

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