On a working tea estate just outside the town of Dibrugarh, Mancotta is a textbook specimen of a colonial-era “stilted bungalow”, whose design was intended to keep the wildlife out at night. It’s also an utterly delightful place to unwind between trips to Majuli Island and Kaziranga. Owners, the Jalan family, have restored the 150-year-old residence into a characterful homestay, with varnished parquet floors, teak writing tables and
low-slung chairs. A team of kindly local staff are on hand to serve delicious Indian meals. Recommended for bird watchers.
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