Amongst the many styles of architecture of the various Neemrana non-hotel Hotels is the Wallwood Garden – a 19th century Scottish home that has been lovingly restored.
It is a fine example of indigenous Scotch architecture with high ceilings and fire places and a gorgeous view of the pomological gardens.
The period rooms – dating back to the mid 19th century, have been refurbished with fine pieces of collector’s art and furniture in a contemporary, uncluttered feel. The rooms are named after the trees and flowers found in the botanical gardens of Coonoor.
The old Scottish lifestyle makes it the ideal choice for discerning film directors that endeavour to portray history.