Tea Trails is a collection of four elegant plantation bungalows nestled in emerald tea plantations around Hatton. The bungalows are incredibly sophisticated with Victorian features such as roll top baths. The service is impeccable; each bungalow comes with its own chef, butler and manager. You do as much or as little as you want at Tea Trails; there’s walking, cycling, and shimmering swimming pools to cool off in. They even offer a visit to a local tea factory with their in-house specialist. The food at Tea Trails is divine, think full English breakfasts, fruit platters, high tea, roast beef sandwiches, and four-course dinners. Everything is included so you don’t need to think about a thing, other than the glorious views. Tea Trails doesn’t come cheap, but we think it’s more than worth the money.
The four bungalows are named Castlereach, Tientsin, Norwood and Summerville. They are all very separate and designed slightly differently, with their own swimming pools. It is however possible to walk or cycle between them and use the facilities. There’s three room categories to choose from: Luxury Rooms, Garden Suites, and Master Suites. The Luxury Suites are the simplest yet very comfortable and extremely elegant. The Garden Suites are a little larger with a veranda leading onto the garden. The Master Suites have a separate living room. All rooms and all bungalows are absolutely beautiful.