Surrounded by forests, orchards and terraced fields, and with stunning views of snow-capped Himalayas, is our 100-year-old painstakingly restored traditional Kumaoni style stone house. The house offers 3 tastefully designed bedrooms, Oak Room 1, Oak Room 2 and Kafal Room, all offering attached bathrooms and a day bed by the window .
Located close to the main house is the newly built spacious two-storey Deodar Cottage. The cottage has been painstakingly built over a period of one year in traditional local architecture that involves stacking local stones one above the other without using any cementing material in a ‘dry stack’, locally called ‘kori chinai’. With a large bedroom on level-2 and a sitting room on level-1, the cottage offers stunning views of the valley and Himalayan peaks.
All rooms have king-size beds with luxurious mattresses. The traditional architecture of the walls and the roof provide for the snug insulation that is so needed during the winter season.The bathrooms are fitted with all modern fixtures and have running hot and cold water at all times. Each bathroom is fitted with a sky light to allow for the sun light to come in so that the guests can appreciate the dry stack architecture of the walls.