Ooty - Fern Hill, A Sterling Holidays Resort

Address: 73 Kundah House Road, Ootacamund, Tamil Nadu, 643 004, India | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 73 Kundah House Road, Ootacamund, is near Botanical Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Ootacamund

    An impromptu visit at the Fernhills Royale Palace!

    A travel blog entry by momentsintime on Feb 16, 2015

    35 photos

    Day 23 - early evening

    Day 4 of Southern India Tour

    Picture this….……sprawling lawns, beautiful gardens, dense forests with rich and stunning views overlooking lush green valleys and tea gardens in the picturesquely Blue Hills of Nilgiri! Sighhhh! And in the middle of all of this…..a "Summer Palace" fit for ...

    KILOMETRE 13

    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Oct 29, 2014

    6 photos

    ... seller caught my eye.

    The gardens were spacious. There was a greenhouse. The Gate Building harkened back to the colonial period. What I liked the most was a large floral map of India, broekn down into states, reminding me a bit of the Floral Clock back home. It was well worth the camera fee [50] which was more than the stated 30R entry fee.

    Last up was St Stephen's Church. Its exterior was not as grand as its venue on a hilltop. The stained glass was very good. ...

    The train to Ooty

    A travel blog entry by philippastevens on Feb 17, 2014

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... hot English folk escape to the cool of the hills. Ooty was known as 'snooty Ooty' as it apparently was set up to cater to all the needs of homesick Brits, including a racecourse, Anglican Church, botanical gardens. These days it is known by its original name - Udhagamandalam, but many of the old bungalows built by the raj still exist (in fact our accommodation was one). The racecourse still exists, but looks like it has seen better days. When we arrived, massive ...

    More shades of green than an Absinthe bar

    A travel blog entry by tommy on Apr 18, 2012

    14 photos

    ... YWCA youth hostel where I was staying for the next few days.

    Ooty was originally founded by the British and quickly became the mountain resort of choice for all the expats living in India. It then gained wider popularity with the locals and underwent a massive growth explosion which made the town itself a bustling crowded eyesore with the odd glimmer of past glory as it stands today. That's probably a bit harsh, but it's saving grace ...

    Greetings from Ooty

    A travel blog entry by janagorski on Feb 28, 2011

    7 comments

    ... provocative.) I've tried to do what I can to avoid this - I've bought Indian clothes that hide all of my curves and wear my pseudo-wedding ring. I try to avoid striking up conversation with males, making eye contact or smile at them, I rarely walk without Darren by my side... But travelling with a male companion also means I rarely get acknowledged or greeted - Apparently I don't exist when I'm by his side. As a western woman - and a strong, ...