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A New Zealander & his French wife's vision, The Mirage - a traditional Himachali mud house which they've lovingly restored to an inviting homestay with fully modern amenities.


Set amongst dense foliage in the artist's colony of Andretta, against a backdrop of jungle & bamboo groves of the Shivalik Hills , The Mirage is a veritable museum of handpicked Indian furniture & artifacts with the mighty Dhauladhar range and their snow-capped peaks looming like a curtain across the Kangra Valley.

Down the path from The Mirage is the Andretta Pottery, a famous institution founded by one of Norah's artist friends, Sardar Gurcharan Singh, the master of blue pottery in India at the time, and now run by his son Mansimran Singh & his wife Mary. He & Mary run long term residential pottery courses for students from all over the world.

Luoghi popolari dintorni:

Tashijong Monastery (15 kms) , 

Baijnath Temple (25 kms) , 

Sherabling Monastery (30 kms) , 

Norbulingka Institute, Dharamshala (40 kms) , 

Chamunda Mata Temple (30 kms)



Outdoor Activities

Parking Facilities

Playground for Children

TV in Lobby

Yoga/Meditation Room

Doctor on Call

Meals (Breakfast)

Meals (Lunch)

Meals (Dinner)

Meals (Picnic Package)

Private bathroom with WC & Shower

Shared bathroom facilities

Hot & cold water 24 hours


Pure Vegetarian/Vegan


Lacto Vegetarian (eats dairy products)

Lacto-ovo Vegetarian (eats eggs and dairy products)

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

Info Proprietà

Check-in Time 1200 hrs | Check-out Time 1200 hrs

parlate Lingue:  English, French, Hindi

Distanza da Delhi:  506 kms

Note di trasporto più vicini:

  • Airport: Kangra:  kms

  • BusTerminal: Palampur: 18 kms

  • Train: Pathankot: 150 kms


Host ideale per


  • Birdwatch
  • Cultural Tours
  • Fishing
  • Jeep Safari
  • Trekking
  • Bonfire
  • Hiking
  • Jogging
  • Nature Photography
  • Nature walk
  • Village Walk
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