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Welbeck Vintage by Oxygen Resorts in Ooty boasts a tranquil location in the 'Queen of Hill Stations,' providing easy accessibility to the city while being away from the crowds. The expansive resort overlooks the racecourse, valley area, and the beautiful city, making it an ideal choice for both leisure and business travelers. The rooms are adorned with elegant draperies and equipped with modern amenities for the comfort of guests. Additionally, the resort offers close proximity to popular tourist attractions such as the Rose Garden, Botanical Garden, and Dodda Betta Peak, among others.

About Ooty

The “Queen of the hills” is one of the most beautiful hill stations in Tamilnadu. It is a favoured tourist destination. As one looks around and experiences the magnificence of the mountains and vast green stretch of unending tea gardens, there is a mellow and distinct colonial character that envelopes the place. It is officially referred to as Udhagamandalam – with its scenic hills, emerald lakes and waterfalls. The summers in Ooty are comfortable and suitable for visiting the attractions and further pursuits. The month of March marks the start of summer season and it lasts till May. Temperature ranges between 12⁰ C -30⁰ C during these months. April is the hottest month in Ooty with an average temperature of 17⁰C (63⁰F) and the coldest is January at 13⁰C (55⁰F).

Places to See

The must visit tourist places in Ooty should include Avalanche Lake, Botanical Garden, Kalhatty Falls and Dolphin’s Nose, they are counted among the top sightseeing activities in Ooty. Do not miss taking a ride aboard Nilgiri Mountain Railways, prevalently called as the ‘Toy Train’. This is a tourist must do while visiting Ooty and only one of its kind highlight of a trip to Ooty. In 2005, the Nilgiri Mountain Railway was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Botanical Garden covers more than 22 acres of land and was built in 1847 by the Britishers.