Kunr is a tiny Village in Chamba District of Himachal Pradesh with a population of just 528. It’s exactly on the other side of Triund-Kareri lake region of the Dhauladhar range which acts as a wall between Kangra and Chamba. Located around 50 km from Chamba town, it is said to be one of the oldest villages (originally called Kuntapuri in Mahabharata time) which offered safe refuge to Hindus from the foreign invaders to preserve their centuries old traditions and cultural values.
Nearest airport is Pathankot at 161 km and Gaggal airport in Kangra is 170 km from here.
It is a stand alone house exotically located around 1 and half hour drive from Chamba town on Chamba-Bharmour road. The homestay provides amazing mountain views from the rooms and the balcony. There are 3 double occupancy rooms and a bunk bedroom with an en-suite kitchen. All rooms have attached bathrooms.
Number of Rooms: 4, Total capacity: 10
You will be hosted by very friendly Aditya who does seasonal farming. Currently he is raising a small Kiwi orchard. He along with his parents takes care of the homestay and the guests.
Relish traditional north Indian food prepared from locally grown fresh vegetables. You will also be treated with some unheard tribal recipes prepared with medicinal Himalayan herbal vegetables depending upon the time of the year and availability.
Parking • Internet • Running Hot Water • Open Seating Areas • Television • Pet Friendly • Toiletries • Smoking Allowed • Library • Bonfire • Barbecue • Pick and Drop Service (Paid)
Bird Watching • Reading • Star Gazing • Hiking • Village Walk • Forest Walk • Cycling
Single Person: 1100/-
Double Occupancy: 2000/-
Extra Person: 800/-
Includes: Breakfast, Evening Tea
Upto 5 year: Complimentary (no extra bed)
6-12 year: 400/- (extra bed provided)
What you pay for a homestay, brings a direct socio-economic benefit to locals. Be proud by not asking for discount.
Kugti Village • Chhatrari Village
Bharmaur Town (36 km) • Chamba (53 km) • Khajjiar (76 km)
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