Far away from din and bustle, in the ancient kingdom of Kullu, lies a valley quaint and unexplored- Hallan valley. Hallan valley has remote and rustic villages that can be accessed through self-drive or cab as there are no regular buses on this route. Thus, Hallan valley and its villages become an ideal destination for travelers who want to soak in unbounded happiness, rustic simplicity, blissful experiences while enjoying a laid back Pahari life. One such village is Kumarhatti, where you can watch time go minute by minute. It can be described as an ideal destination for a slow traveller who emphasizes on experiencing over sightseeing.
It is a 100 years old Himachali heritage house made of wood and stone in Kathkuni architectural style. The property has 360-degree view of the Himalayas. It is located in a secluded, remote and unexplored hamlet, which is full of Himachali traditional homes. With its peaceful surroundings and comfortable interiors, the homestay is the best place to pause and live in the moment.
This alluring heritage homestay has 3 spacious rooms with breathtaking views and all essential amenities. One room is on the ground floor and can accommodate 3 people. The second room is on the first floor and has an attic as well, it can accommodate 5 people. There is one more small double occupancy room on the first floor. So the homestay can accommodate up to 10 people at a time. Since its a heritage structure, 2 modern washrooms are built for the guests on the ground floor without disturbing the original structure. There is an amazing garden café serving Himachali, Indian, and continental cuisine, and a mini library which adds to the pizzazz of the place.
Location: 7 km from Naggar
Number of Rooms- 3; Total capacity- 10
The nearest towns to Kumarhatti are Naggar, Kullu and Manali. There is a frequent Volvo bus service between Delhi and Manali. Bhuntar is the nearest airport located at a distance of 38 km. The village can be accessed either by self-driving or a hired cab either from Manali or Naggar.
Single Occupancy: 1200/-
Double Occupancy: 1800/-
Extra Person: 400/-
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.
Parking • Internet (80 mbps) • Running Hot Water • Open Seating Areas • Television • Pet Friendly • Library • Bonfire • Pick and Drop Service (Paid)
Breakfast options include Stuffed Paratha, Poha, Bread Omlette, Tea/Coffee etc. Vishal also runs a Cafe that has variety of food cuisines to offer ranging from Indian to Israeli, Italian, Chinese and Continental. On special requests, he happily offers Himachali delicacies like Siddhu and Red Rice. Guests can also enjoy fresh seasonal fruits like apples.
Bird Watching • Reading • Star Gazing • Hiking • Village Walk • Forest Walk • Shopping • Cycling • Adventure Sports
Hallan Valley Museum (1km) • Horhorshu Temple • Sajla Waterfall (3km) • Ambika Mata Temple (3km) • Vasuki Naag Mandir (3km) • Gauri Shankar Temple (7km) • Naggar Castle (8km) • Nicholas Roerich Art Gallery (9km) • Haripur (9km) • Rumsu (12km) • Pulag Temple (12km) • Crystal Falls (11km) • Jana Waterfall (20km)
Mall Road Manali (23km) • Hadimba Devi Temple (25km) • Gadherni (27km) • Vashisht Temple (26km) • Jogini Falls (27km) • Kullu (30km) • Solang Ropeway & Ski Center (36km) • Aut (50km)
Treks:– Beas Kund Trek • Naggar view Trek • Parkuni Top Trek •Dashal Lake Trek • Hallan Trek • Rumsu Trek
Vishal Jain is a tech enthusiast and avid traveller. He has covered most of North India and loves to share his travel experiences. As a traveller himself, he is open to conversations on newer trek routes, unexplored places, upcoming festivals, etc. He takes great pride in inheriting the great Himachali trait- hospitality and welcomes his guests with an open heart and a warm smile. Vishal welcomes travellers to stay at his homestay not just for fresh air, breathtaking views, and unmatched hospitality but also for one hundred percent Pahari way of life.
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