Heritage, Wilderness & Luxury

Adjacent to some of the most well-known national parks and wildlife sanctuaries located in the region. Seek an unforgettable adventure as you go for a jungle safari into the wild forests.
Flora & Fauna of Dooars

#BaradighiWilds

Mere minutes away from destinations like the Gorumara National Park, Buxa Tiger Reserve & the Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary
Thumbnail Of Baradighi Tea Estate

#BaradighiTeas

Nestled in the 507 Hectares of our Baradighi Tea Estate, wake to the aromas of coveted brews.
Old Antiques at Baradighi

#TalesOfPast

Established in 1819, the estate is a Heritage Property with stories & traditions spanning a century
Guests of Baradighi at their Gorumara Tour
The Hand drawn Map Of Baradighi Tea Estate

See The Experience Before You Feel it.

Rooms & Suites

Each of our suites are designed to give our guests a taste of the English sophistication with king-sized beds made of teak and accompanied by antique furniture and elegant lighting. From the furniture, decor to even the name, everything is on theme.
From ₹ 15K
Royal Hunter Arundall & Douglas Suit

Royal Arundall & Douglas Suit

From ₹ 15,000
The rooms at Baradighi are not designed with an historic theme but are history, a legacy of luxury.
From ₹ 15k
Tilabari & Rydak Deluxe

Tilabari & Rydak Deluxe

From ₹ 15,000
The rooms at Baradighi are not designed with an historic theme but are history, a legacy of luxury.
The Bed at our Royal Suit
From ₹ 17K
Royal Suit Room

Royal Suit Room

From ₹ 17,000
Also known as the I.F Morris Suit, the Royal Suit is suited for Small Families who enjoy the highest of old world charms and luxury.
From ₹ 15k
George Mckinly Suit

George Mckinly Suit

From ₹ 15,000
The rooms at Baradighi are not designed with an historic theme but are history, a legacy of luxury.
From ₹ 12k
Baradighi Wellness Villa

Baradighi Wellness Villa

From ₹ 12,000
These rooms are set in a exclusive annex at Baradighi and provide the guests with views and privacy.

What People Say?

The Bungalow has hosted its best. Legend has it that the Viceroy of India was resident there in 1945. He was on his way to Darjeeling when the servants in his entourage heard of the beauty of the tea estates in Dooars.