Über die Eigenschaft

We are located at an altitude of 6800 ft with a 360 Panoramic view of the snow clad Himalayas. It snows here often in winters. It is only 1 ½ hours drive from Green Glen Sattal. This den has a lush green garden, three colonial spacious rooms with a living room, kitchen and sit outs. For those uninitiated , Mukteshwar is a quite a beautiful hilly retreat.


We are situated in a close by village motorable right till the door step. The cool zephyr , clear sky and clean air even during the peak summers when even Nainital uses ACs has made Mukteshwar as the most favoured Holiday destination now.



Ten guests can be accommodated comfortably at any one time. The picture gallery speaks for itself about its aristocratic grandeur


Beliebte Orte im Umkreis:

Chauli ki Jali (18 kms) , 

Mukteshwar Dham (18 kms) , 

Nainital (45 kms) , 

Sattal (72 kms)


Shared Kitchen

TV in Lobby

Doctor on Call

Room Service

Meals (Breakfast)

Meals (Lunch)

Meals (Dinner)

Meals (Picnic Package)

Hot water bag during winter season

Meals served in dining area

Cold water 24 hours available

Private bathroom with WC & Shower

Hot & cold water 24 hours


Pure Vegetarian/Vegan


Lacto-ovo Vegetarian (eats eggs and dairy products)

Raw-Food (fresh food, uncooked - i.e. fruits, salad)

Immobilien Info

Betrieb seit: 2014

Anzahl der Zimmer: 4

Der Check-in 1400 hrs | Check-out-Zeit 1200 hrs

Sprachen Gesprochene:  English, Hindi

Entfernung von Delhi:  330 kms

Nächster transport notizen:

  • Airport: Pantnagar: 80 kms

  • BusTerminal: Nainital: 40 kms

  • Train: Kathgodam: 52 kms


Ideal Host für


  • Birdwatch
  • Fishing
  • Mountain Biking
  • Paragliding
  • River Crossing
  • Rock climbing / Rappelling
  • Trekking
  • water fall visit
  • Bonfire
  • Hiking
  • Jogging
  • Nature Photography
  • Nature walk
  • Village Walk
  • KLF Event
  • The Trans-Himalayan Villages, PART I: Exploring the Last Shangri


    Verfasst: 01.07.2014

  • The Trans-Himalayan Villages, PART II


    Verfasst: 01.07.2014

  • The Trans-Himalayan Villages, PART III: Off To Lugrang


    Verfasst: 01.07.2014