Landour Bakehouse 1/11 by Tripoto
Misha Jain
After seeing the Lal Tibba hill, we moved to Landour Bakehouse, the bakery of Rokeby Manor. The bakery has a nice ambience with lots of bakery food options.
Divya
Landour is the erstwhile cantonment of the area, occupied by British army from 1880s to 1947. It is less crowded than the mall road of Mussoorie . The famous points are char dukaan and lal tibba. If u are a trekker, you can't ask for more. Though they have made concrete way to reach here, it is beautiful. You can totally get lost in Sal and Pine woods, befriend amazing doggies and walk and walk and walk! The place will seem different to you every single day, depending on the weather and that is the beauty of it. It never bores you!
Mrinal Chauhan
Ruskin's Place
Upasana
It is a small place a little above the Mall road in Mussoorie. The place is less crowded, more beautiful and a lot calm.
Sarbajaya Bhattacharya
Landour is a small cantonment town, located about 35 kilometers away from Dehradun. The hill stations in the northern part of India flourished during the British Raj because of their temperate weather and their demography which reminded the Britiash officials of their own land. Landour derives its name from Llanddowor- a village in South-West Wales. Direct buses to Landour ply from New Delhi. The option of train is also available but you have to make a switch at Dehradun. Taxis are available from Dehradun to Landour. It will be hard to find great accommodation at Landour, but the warmth of the people and the beauty of the town is sure to make up for any inconveniences caused.
Dave Konwar
very basics but if you are looking for some great home made pizzas this is the place to be. Clean bed warm hospitable staff. very pocket friendly. what else you want? swimming pool!