With magnificent views of the Dhauladhar range, a perfect amalgamation of Pahari and Buddhist culture infused into an exquisite setting and just the perfect hint of city life is one of the most popular tourist destinations of the country – Dharamshala in Himachal. It is swathed with dense deodar, oak, pine and rhododendron forests and chilly winds rising from the streams, lakes, waterfalls, and soaring cliff tacks. Located at an elevation of 1457 m above sea level under the shadow of the Dhauladhar ranges, it serves as a starting point to countless treks across Ravi valley, Dhaualdhar and the Pir Panjal Ranges.
The nearest towns to Mcleodganj is Dharamshala. There is a frequent Volvo bus service from Delhi. The nearest airport is located at Gaggal at 12 kms. Pathankot serves as the nearest railway station is 90 km away.
Just a few meters from Bhagsu Nag Temple in Mcleodganj, it is a simple double-storeyed building located at the foot hills of Dhauladhars where clouds end as heavy mists descend on the hillsides. While the homestay is well equipped with basic amenities and offers majestic views of the surrounding Himalayan range that nudges from every nook and corner of the home, it still radiates the vibes of a home in the mountains.
This modern house has six double bedrooms for guests along with a common living space. All rooms have attached bathroom. Five rooms are double occupancy with space for an extra person and one room has 2 double beds ideal for a family of 4-6 people. The major highlight of the homestay is the balcony to sit out for dreamy sunsets, heavy-misted evenings and pine-fresh mornings.
Location: 1.5 km from Dhramkot.
No. of Rooms – 6, Total capacity – 20
Chhimbu Sagar played Cricket at the district level before starting his homestay. His motivation behind opening a homestay was to meet new people, take pride in sharing the Kangri culture and trek to the nearby attractions. He is one of those hosts who love their work and thoroughly engage with guests on bonfires, conversations, meals, and treks.
The homestay provides an a-la-carte and continental breakfast options every morning options including Omelet, Poha, Sandwiches, Aloo Poori, etc. Additionally, it serves local Pahari cuisine and north Indian cuisine. The homestay specializes in Kangri dham, which includes Madra, Chane ka khatta, mash daal, chana dal and boondi meetha. Both Vegetarian and non-vegetarian food options are available at the homestay.
High Speed WiFi • Parking • Running Hot Water • Open Seating Areas • Television • Pet Friendly • Toiletries • Smoking Allowed • Bonfire • Pick and Drop Service (Paid)
Bird Watching • Hiking • Village/City Walk • Forest Walk • Shopping
Single Occupancy: 850/-
Double Occupancy: 1350/-
Extra Person: 500/-
Complimentary: Wifi & Breakfast
Upto 8 years: Complimentary (No extra Bed)
What you pay for a homestay, brings a direct socio-economic benefit to locals. Be proud by not asking for a discount.
Bhagsu Nag Temple (500mtr) • Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts (1km) • Kalachakra temple (1.5km) • McLeodganj (2.5km) • Dalai Lama’s Residence (2.5km) • Namgyal Monastery (2.5km) • Dal Lake (5km) • Bhagsu Nag Waterfall (1km) • Dalai Lama Temple (3km) • Dharamshala (6km) • Naddi Viewpoint (6km) • Sunset Point (6.2km) • Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium (9km) • Norbulingka Institute (12km)
Kangra (25km) • Gyuto Monastery (25km) • Nandikeshwar Temple (28km) • Palampur (40km) • Baijnath (57km) • Joginder Nagar (77km) • Bir Billing (83km) • Pathankot (90km) • Mandi (131km) • Barot Valley (113km) • Chamba (130km) • Dalhousie (121 km)•
Treks-: Toral Pass Trek • Bhimghasutri Pass Trek • Bleni Pass Trek • Kareri Lake Trek • Triund-Thatri-Trek • Snow Line Trek • Guna Mata Trek • Laka Glacier Trek
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