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A private two bedroom wooden chalet in the midst of conifers and a trout trout filled Himalayan stream in the heart of the matchless Tirthan valley in Kullu. The cottage with attached modern baths, has a lounge with stone cut fireplace and a sit out in touching distance of the stream.

Two large brand new individual bedrooms are also available in the stone cottage which has a long traditional Himachali wooden deck.

The most amazing and popular area with tourists is of course the natural pool, kids & grown ups alike love to splash here all summer.

Lugares de interés cercanos:

Jalori Pass (32 kms) , 

Great Himalayan National Park (6 kms)


Outdoor Activities

Parking Facilities

TV in Lobby

Private Kitchen (ette)

Disabled Friendly

Room Service

Towel Service

Meals (Breakfast)


Meals (Lunch)

Meals (Dinner)

Meals (Picnic Package)

Coffee Maker (Teabags,Coffee)

Hot water bag during winter season

Coffee/tea/lemonade on call

Hot Water limited supply

Cold water 24 hours available

Private bathroom with WC & Shower

Hot & cold water, WC, buckets for baths



Pure Vegetarian/Vegan


Lacto-ovo Vegetarian (eats eggs and dairy products)

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

Organic local homecooked food

Allergies-friendly,gluten-free, diabetic, etc. meals on request after discussing details.

Información Propiedad

Desde la Operación: 2014

Total de Habitaciones: 2

El Check-in 1400 hrs | Hora De Salida 1200 hrs

Distancia desde Delhi:  500 kms

Notas de transporte cercanos:

  • Airport: Bhuntar Airport: 45 kms

  • BusTerminal: Banjar: 4 kms

  • Train: Kiratpur: 250 kms


Host Ideal Para


  • Birdwatch
  • Cultural Tours
  • Fishing
  • River Crossing
  • Swimming
  • Trekking
  • water fall visit
  • Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Bonfire
  • Hiking
  • Jogging
  • Nature Photography
  • Nature walk
  • Village Walk
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