A BLISSFUL HILLSIDE HAVEN
WHAT’S IN A NAME
Tinchuley is a popular rural destination located in Darjeeling Hills. Tinchuley as the name depicts
“Tin” meaning three and “Chulla” meaning Oven like structure formed with three peaks as seen from
the opposite hill. Tinchuley is one of the pioneers in establishing rural village tourism in the entire
Eastern India. Situated at an altitude of around 5600 feet above sea level, makes this place
pleasant to visit throughout the year. This hamlet borders Sinchel Wildlife Sanctuary on the
west and Peshoke Tea Testate on the north. This area has a wide range of flora and fauna from
mammals to birds and reptiles and plants etc.
Places of Interest
Barbotey Hanging Bridge
Barbotey Hanging Bridge is more than a 100 years old is now an abandoned suspension bridge connecting the two hills located in Poomong overlooking the narrow gorge and next to a huge banyan tree as the native name suggests “barr” meaning banyan and “bot” meaning tree.
Rangli Rangliot Tea Garden
Picturesque and manicured tea garden with beautiful contours of the hills ,visualising yourself rolling like the panda over the gentle slopes. It is located just below Takdah Cantonment.
Gumba Dara View Point
Spectacular view point overlooking the entire Himalayas providing a 180 degree panoramic view, just keeps you engaged staring at the mountains. It soothes eye with ever changing colours and hide and seek with the clouds in the midst of the mesmerising tea bushes.
Lamahatta Eco Park
A recently developed eco park inaugurated by Chief Minister Mamta Bannerjee which has an impressive landscaped garden with plants surrounded by gigantic pine trees and a watch tower overlooking the garden. You can further hike up the hill for almost forty five minutes to the sacred water body on the top, where you feel lost in the lap of nature.
Takdah Cantonment was formerly a military cantonment established around the 1910s by the British Government and later abandoned in the 1920s. This place boasts an Orchid center that has a variety of rare cymbidiums and other native plants. There are a lot of former officers’ bungalows and an officers’ club in Takdah. The Orchid center and the Club have been managed and governed by the Forest Department of West Bengal.
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Reviews from Tripadvisor
Nice resort in the lap of nature, the lush green woods surroud this beautifully crafted resort, Delicious organic food ,tea & drinks. Homely feel and taking care of every need... read more
January 15, 2020
a family trip to this heavenly place is a must. Situated in between flora and fauna in the tinchuley village, this is the new and probably the best property therein... read more
March 9, 2021
Good place to stay. Staffs are very cooperative with good services. Food is also very good. One can visit many interesting spots from the hotel. Rooms should have tea coffee... read more
November 27, 2021
We stayed here after leaving early from our previous place because it had problems. It was really supposed to be just a place to sleep.
We were treated... read more
May 5, 2022
A great hotel at a remote location. The rooms and the views were amazing. The hospitality is also very good. The owner and staff were very courteous. It is just... read more
December 28, 2020
This is a off bit location at NB. Basic amenities are available, good rooms, geyser, room heater, clean towel, clean bed sheet. Sufficient blanket, rooms are cozy , good view... read more
December 30, 2021
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