17 Best Homestays In Darjeeling

A magical view of the mountains will beat any luxury expereince. Get these fantastic views of the Kanchenjunga ranges along with homely atmospheres at the cosy homestays in Darjeeling!

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FAQs on Homestays In Darjeeling

How much does it cost to stay at Homestays In Darjeeling?

Usually, Homestays In Darjeeling cost in the price range of INR 600 - INR 2400 per night.

What are the best Homestays In Darjeeling?

Some of the best Homestays In Darjeeling are Rambler's Nesting Homestay, Rai Cottage, and Himshikha Homestay.

How much is the price for Homestays In Darjeeling for this weekend?

The average price per night for Homestays In Darjeeling for this weekend is INR 1189.

What are the best Homestays In Darjeeling with a pool?

Best Homestays In Darjeeling with a pool are Rambler's Nesting Homestay, Rai Cottage, Himshikha Homestay, and Maple Homestay.

Suggest some Homestays In Darjeeling with good wifi?

Best Homestays In Darjeeling with wifi availability are Rambler's Nesting Homestay, Rai Cottage, Himshikha Homestay, and Maple Homestay.

What are the top facilities provided in Homestays In Darjeeling ?

The top facilities in Homestays In Darjeeling are: garden_or_backyard, event_friendly, hot_water, and laptop_friendly_workspace.

What all are the best Homestays In Darjeeling for a weekend stay?

Some of the best Homestays In Darjeeling for a weekend stay are Rai Cottage, Rai Cottage, Petrichor’s Affordable Homestay in Darjeeling, and Kumar Kothi Homestay.

Which are the best Homestays In Darjeeling that are pet-friendly?

With no restrictions, these pet-friendly Homestays In Darjeeling are perfect for you and your pet: Rambler's Nesting Homestay, Rai Cottage, Himshikha Homestay, and Maple Homestay.

Best time for a staycation in Darjeeling?

February - March and September - November is the best time to visit Darjeeling. Winters are harsh from cold, however, snowfall is rarely seen in Darjeeling. Summers, on the other hand, are a bit warmer than winters yet colder than the rest of West Bengal, hence making it an ideal time to visit. Darjeeling receives heavy rainfall that causes landslides and blocked roads during Monsoons making inaccessible and challenging to travel to. 
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