Nestled On A Hilltop In A Tea Plantation, This Cottage In Nagaland Has Picturesque Views; Costs ₹10K/N

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by Ankita Mazumdar
Nestled On A Hilltop In A Tea Plantation, This Cottage In Nagaland Has Picturesque Views; Costs ₹10K/N

Calling out to all tea aficionados, do you love tea as much as we do? If yes, then have you ever imagined staying in a homely cottage which is set on top of a hill surrounded by endless tea plantations? The wait is finally over because this newly opened cottage in Nagaland is offering the same! Yes, you read that right my friend! Pack your bags and your favourite tea mug and be ready to have pure chai-gasms by drinking tea made from the leaves plucked from the plantations. Uff kya swaad!

This Cottage In Nagaland Is Set Amidst 250 Acre Tea Plantation With Serene Views

Konyak Tea Retreat
Image Credits: Airbnb

Welcome to Konyak Tea Retreat in Nagaland’s Shiyong village where the air is cleaner, the tea plantation is freshly cut in a symmetrical pattern, the clouds are passing right past your windows and where the tea tastes heavenly! This simple and vibrant cottage is nestled right on top of a hill, surrounded by endless rows of 250 acres of evergreen tea shrubs.

The stone cottage is similar to most Naga homes. It has a touch to the culture of Nagaland with antique pieces of furniture made from locally sourced materials like cane and wood. The tribal paintings add a flair of tribal cultures and heritage to the stay option. Will you spend much time inside your cottage because the views outside as just breathtaking! Every corner has mesmerising views with a bunch of photography options for your social media.

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Sustainable Farm-To-Table Experience

Konyak Tea Retreat
Image Credits: Airbnb

This estate not only provides tea but also caters to rice, seasonal fruits, vegetables and meat. You know we advise all our readers to try and experience local cuisine as much as possible when travelling to a new destination. Hence, take this opportunity to engage yourself in a farm-to-table experience by harvesting the produce that you like right from the farm. Konyak Tea Retreat prepares food with love, care and hand-down recipes.

Next, you can also hop on the stunning tea plantations and harvest tea leaves! Tea lovers know this is a unique experience and gaining hands-on skills with this activity is like a core memory! Benefits of staying at this picturesque tea plantation cottage in Nagaland? You can enjoy unlimited cups of black tea, green tea and milk tea. Coffee lovers, they have ground coffee with a moka pot for you as well!

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Fun fact, the host of Konyak Tea Retreat is Phejin Konyak, the author of The Konyaks: Last of the Tattooed Headhunters.

To book your stay, click here.

Where: Shiyong, Nagaland

Check-Out: Self-check-in and check-out

Cost: ₹10,000/night

Cover Image Courtesy: Airbnb/Website
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