Set in 2 sq k of cedar, oak and rhododendron in the splendid Himalayan foothills: 6,808ft. Overlooking the Kangra and Kullu Valleys and residence of HH the Dalai Lama. This beautiful corner of India has the snowcapped Dhauladhar mountains as a spectacular backdrop – with stunning views from our garden 4 k above Mcleodganj. Relax in complete tranquility: lots of wildlife and hundreds of birds live here as there are no other hotels, shops or roads nearby to disturb the peace.
Richly decorated in warm reds and copper tones with full length silk curtains, there is a large double/twin bedroom – and a very special ‘Raj Bathroom’. This huge pink marble room features a large shower and a big bath (which can only be used depending on water as we rely on harvesting our rainwater). This has a picture window looking out onto the mountains (with one-way glass!). There is a wood-fire for wintertime and private glass-walled verandah for plenty of mountain-gazing, as well as an outdoor terrace.
You can access all the common areas and the view points
All Vegetarian meals, fresh coffee & juices, teas and snacks
Our own Spring Water
Maid accommodation + meals.
And inclusive of all resort facilities:
Horse riding on site
Guides for walking/day trek
Badminton, croquet, table tennis, cricket, DVDs, Satellite TV, library, wi-fi internet.
All suites with modern marble bathroom, veranda and mountain views,
Gorgeous outdoor terrace and garden dining /indoor Hall
Extras: Non Veg meals( Mutton, Chicken) Rs.300 per person per meal.
Alcohol, other transport if required, Ayurvedic masseur/masseuse in-house.
As it is a forest area we advice guests to arrive before dark.
TV is available only in common area.
We have a common dining table as well for community eating
Yoga space is available but you'll have to arrange yoga teacher on your own. Reference can be provided.
Transport facilities available for sight seeing, airport, ect. at extra price.
- As we have female pets, only male dogs allowed
- Maintain the decorum of the place as we live here
- Guest must arrive before dark as roads are not accessible
- Water is precious to us as we believe in rainwater harvesting, so use wisely
I came to this hill in Dharamshala approximately 33 years ago, because I love the natural mountan environment, and all the wild-life. My partner Bo and I decided to live here and create a beautiful eco-friendly place for like-minded visitors.