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Tucked into a coniferous recess at the bottom of a short winding path (roughly 200 metres), Tirthan Anglers’ Retreat is hemmed in by a lively trout-rich stream on one side with terraced fields and woodlands along the others. It is located at 6000 feet on the right bank of the Palachan in Barnagi village, six kilometres beyond Gushaini and a mere four kilometres short of Bathad, the road head. The retreat’s enviable setting assures it a seclusion most welcome and a clime most genial.



Luoghi popolari dintorni:

Great Himalayan National Park - UNESCO world heritage site , 

Jalori Pass



Outdoor Activities

Parking Facilities

Playground for Children

Travel & Transfer

TV in Lobby

Doctor on Call


Indoor Entertainment


Laundry Service

Room Service

Sheets Service (Bed)

Towel Service

Hair Dryer

Meals (Breakfast)


Meals (Lunch)

Meals (Dinner)

Meals (Picnic Package)

Coffee Maker (Teabags,Coffee)

Meals served in dining area

Private Veranda & sun beds

Coffee/tea/lemonade on call


Hot Water limited supply

Cold water 24 hours available

Private bathroom with WC & bathtub

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)

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

Info Proprietà

Operazione Dato: 2016

Totale Camere: 6

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

parlate Lingue:  English, Hindi, Punjabi

Distanza da Delhi:  520 kms

Note di trasporto più vicini:

  • Airport: Bhuntar: 60 kms

  • BusTerminal: Banjar: 16 kms

  • Train: Chandigarh: 260 kms


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  • Birdwatch
  • Cultural Tours
  • Fishing
  • Mountain Biking
  • Rafting
  • River Crossing
  • Rock climbing / Rappelling
  • Trekking
  • water fall visit
  • Bonfire
  • Hiking
  • Jogging
  • Nature Photography
  • Nature walk
  • Village Walk
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