The hotel is located up the hill, 4km hilly drive to the main road. Good thing is it's very secluded, all quiet and tranquil in the middle of some small villages and tea farms. Bad thing is you won't want to go out at all. The hotel is very vintage colonial stage, well pre-served from its tea factory days.
The hotel also organized tea picking activity (paid separately) where you get to pick your own tea leaves and they will give you the processed pack when you check out. There is also a 2 hour nature walk tour around the property which is also nice.
We had high tea in the afternoon in the lobby, good value and nice savory and sweets. We also had dinner at the resturant, price is okay but food is not exceptional. Remember to bring smart casual clothing (no shorts or slipper) to enter the restaurant.
Service is good but I somehow get a sense that they are used to serving high-end client and I feel funny dressing up like a casual traveller.