You've landed at the right place if you are looking for a quiet, relaxed, homely, and peaceful stay. A neat and smartly appointed first-floor flat of our family house is available for guests. Nestled amidst apple orchards, the house is comfortably isolated from any other houses and all you can hear is the soothing roar of the vaguely distant Beas. The house is situated right between Kullu & Manali (17Km apart) in one of the widest parts of Kullu Valley. You'll love the quiet atmosphere here.
A hilltop house located in apple orchards with 2 dedicated guest rooms in which 1 rooms is attach with kitchenette & hygienic washrooms & 1 room is good size bedroom. Memorizing mountain view, tranquil location, cow milk & peaceful surroundings are something our domain. Our house is equipped with all the basic amenities & most suitable for peace-seeker in Himalayas & especially for book lover, meditation practitioner & birders.
Ever dreamed of living on a tree? Ever wished you could do so without giving up the luxuries of a civilized life? Well, your wish just came true! We have designed a completely modern, yet authentic, wooden house, atop a tree. It offers you breath-taking views of the gandeur of the Himalayan mountains, the sweet sound of birds singing, fresh crisp air, and cosy interiors. It is also afixed with a completely modern bath and toilet! We are proud to say that our Tree House cottage is only one in the whole of Himachal Pradesh. It is ideal for honeymooning couples, as it offers cosy romantic evenings, and they can literally float on a cloud. Families with children will have unimaginable fun, as they live a top an exiting tree house. And if you're a single traveller, it the perfect place to soak in on the heavenly views and retire for the night with a book. In ancient times, the valley was sparsely populated by nomadic hunters known as 'rakshas'. The next arrivals were the shepherds who arrived from the Kangra Valley and settled to take up agriculture. Some of the earliest inhabitants of the region are the 'naur' or 'nar', which is a caste unique to the Kullu valley. Only a few naur families are known to exist now. A naur family in the village Soyal near Haripur on the west bank of Manali was famous for the vast land they owned and their practice of having 'rakshas' as their labourers. The British introduced apple trees and trout, which were not native to Manali flora and fauna. It is said that when apple trees were first planted the fruits were so plentiful that often branches, unable to bear the weight, would collapse. To this day, apple—along with plum and pear—remains the best source of income for the majority of its inhabitants. Tourism in Manali received a boost after the rise of militancy in Kashmir in the late 1980s. This once quiet village was transformed into a bustling town with many hotels and restaurants.