Mountain Mania Homestay, Mateura-Kasol

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Mountain Mania Homestay Mateura – Kasol

It is a quaint little village in Parvati valley located on the way from Bhuntar to Kasol in Himachal Pradesh. Mateura is 1km uphill drive from Jari market and is known for the beautiful temples and houses built in kathkuni architecture. There are spectacular views of the mountains and the valley from here and the local families are very friendly. This traditional village is a wonderful place to see Himachali rural life at close quarters. 

It is a beautiful double storey building located on a plateau and has a 360 degree view of Parvati Valley. There are 6 well ventilated airy rooms with attached bathrooms. All the rooms are 2 sides open and offer amazing valley views. There are many hidden nature trails around that you can explore while staying here. There is a wifi facility as well if you want to work from the mountains. 

Location: 1 km drive from Jari Market
No. of Rooms -6; Total Capacity -18 

How To Reach

Bhuntar is the nearest airport located at a distance of 23 km. The best way to reach Jari is by the overnight Volvo buses that ply between Delhi and Manali quite frequently.


Classic Room: 2000/-
Extra Person: 800/-
Complimentary: Breakfast

Note: These tariffs do not apply during festivals and holidays

Child Policy
Upto 6 years: Complimentary (no extra bed)
7-12 years: 50% (extra bed provided)

What you pay for a homestay, brings a direct socio-economic benefit to locals. Be proud by not asking for a discount.


Internet • Parking • Running Hot Water • Open Seating Areas • Bonfire • Smoking Allowed •  Pick and Drop Service (Paid)


Simple home cooked meals are served. Stuffed paratha, butter toast, puri sabji, poha etc are the breakfast options. Regular north Indian meals are served at Lunch/ Dinner. You can also try local Himachali cuisine on order.


Bird Watching • Reading • Star Gazing • Village Walk • Forest Walk • Yoga and Meditation 

Local Attractions

Agni Pal Temple (1.5km) • Mata Jogni Temple (2km) • Shat (7km) • Chalal (7km) • Kasol (7km) • Parvati Valley (8km) • Gurudwara Sahib Manikaran (12km • Jallugran (13km) • Chanderkhani Pass (14km) • Mata Renuka waterfall (16km) • Malana Gate (15km


The Great Himalayan National Park (22km) • Sar Pass lake (25km) • Bhuntar (22km) • Pulga Village (27km) • Pulga Village (27km) • Tosh(28km) • Kheerganga (30km) • Raghunath Temple (30km) • Kullu (30km) •Raghunath Temple (30km) • Biasar (33km) • Bandrol (38km) • Naggar (50km) • Pandoh Dam (61km)

Treks:– Sar Pass Trek • Brahama Sarovar Trek • Shri Lake Trek • The Fairy Forest • Tiri Top Trek • Seu Dug Trek 

Know Your Host

Tanuj Sharma will host you here. He lives here with his family. Besides managing the homestay he is involved in farming. He has apple orchards as well. Tanuj is a humble person and does his best to make sure his guests have a comfortable stay. 

You may like to check more of our Homestays in Himachal

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Beautiful Serene Location

Beautiful serene location, untouched and unexplored. Reaching the place looks difficult at the first instance but then what’s the fun if beautiful things come easy. The hospitality of the host Tanuj Sharma, the support staff Sanju and the cook was amazing. Good home cooked food, small treks as you explore the serenity around, terrace with an amazing  view and bonfire at nights make for thr perfect holiday at Mountain Mania Homestay.


Jenny Thomas