Where is it
Its midway between the upper walking trails of the town and the bustling Landour market below. There are two ways to reach Upper Landour. One is a shorter steep cemented walking path amidst tall oak and pine trees and local residences. The other is the longer motorable path. Doma’s Inn sits at the junction of these two roads. Part of a larger building – the Ivy Cottage, Doma’s Inn is easily distinguishable due to its quirky and distinct Tibetan decoration depicting Buddhist scenes. Unlike its façade, the rest of the building is quite simple with white walls and brown windows.
The entrance is beautifully decorated with traditional Tibetan umbrellas, hanging Chinese lamps and ancient Tibetan figurines on either side. The interior, distinctively wooden, is laid out aesthetically utilizing the small horizontal space in an optimum manner. The reception, the dining hall and a boutique shop are part of the small lobby overlooking the winding road from Mussoorie. The upper level with the view of the spectacular valley has sitting area with sofa beds and chairs.