All Neemrana properties are non–hotel Hotels, because they were originally built for other purposes. All efforts have been made to maintain the old charm of Wallwood Garden while ensuring more than the basic comforts that have come to be associated with the changes in lifestyle since the 19th century. Wallwood Garden offers a unique experience of seeing and ‘living’ history along with a range of local excursions to the tea estates that help our guests unwind and rediscover themselves. Nothing about the Neemrana experience is ordinary. Walk out to the Pomological Gardens to experience the vast species of trees and plants in Coonoor. Wallwood Garden also hosts anniversaries, birthdays and other memorable occasions.
The Pomological Garden at Coonoor is one of the three experimental fruit gardens or research centre for the State Agricultural Department. They do research on different fruits grown here – like pomegranate, apples, plums, and apricots.
Sim's Park, a small well maintained botanical garden that has several varieties of plants. It is spread over 12 hectares. It is about 19 km on road to the south of Ooty and is accessible by both train and road. It also hosts an annual “Fruit Show” in summer. The Sim's Park is an important place to visit in Coonoor. Spread in an area of 12 acres, the park has a collection of over 1,000 plant species, including magnolia, pines, tree ferns, and camellia. The botanical garden is partly developed in the Japanese style and derived its name from J. D. Sim, the secretary of the Madras Club in 1874. The key attraction of the park is the annual fruit and vegetable show held in May.
The Dolphin's Nose Viewpoint is 10 km from Coonoor. It not only provides a panoramic view of the vast expanse of the Nilgiri Hills but also of Catherine Falls.