With a history dating back to 1856, Lymond House is the epitome of a bygone colonial era. Set amongst a vista of flowering trees and sprawling lawns, here is a perfect getaway. The house comprises two large Victorian drawing rooms with open log fires, ideal for cosy evenings in.
With its six ensuite luxury double rooms, replete with antique four-poster beds, dressers and open fireplaces, one can soak in the atmosphere which has been lovingly preserved for over one hundred and fifty years. Sitting in the Victorian drawing room keeping warm by the log fire, one can easily imagine the then lady of the house, Mrs. Dason, sitting on the piano stool in her crinoline evening gown, playing the haunting melodies of those who were far from home. Whilst benefiting from all modern facilities, Lymond House is furnished with antiques - many of which have been passed down through generations of the Sait family - and the comforts you will enjoy here help to recreate the lifestyle lived by the British here in this famous hill station.
Evenings under the stars on the spacious lawns are made magical by a large bonfire and outdoor barbecue.
The Walpole is a comfortable bedroom with en-suite bathroom furnished in traditional colonial style. It boasts an open fireplace. antique furniture and a cast iron bath tub.
The Westbury at Lymond House typifies the age of Empire at this famous Hill Station.
With its antique four-poster bed the Tipperary double affords a real Victorian experience.
Lymond House boasts of three spacious Garden Wing Suites, Grace, Isis and Flora each offer privacy and comprise sitting room, double-bedroom and a large ensuite bathroom. Tea and coffee making facilities are available in the sitting rooms.
There are various activities at the Lymond house to refresh you from your daily routines. They include