Gopeshwar is 213 km from Rishikesh, located at a mild altitude of 1402 m. The largest township in Chamoli District of Uttarakhand is known for its pleasant weather most of the year (except Dec. and Jan.), picturesque sceneries and ancient temple of Lord Gopinath. Gopeshwar also serves as the stopover for pilgrims visiting the revered shrine of Badrinath.
This rustic and eco-friendly home stay is 3 km from the hustle and bustle of Gopeshwar where you will find all the basic necessities. It provides stunning views of Trishula peak (7120 m) and Kali Ganga, surrounded by fruit trees and vegetable gardens. You will have freshly cooked organic food. Vegetables, spices and herbs come from own kitchen garden. You’ll love this place because of the ambience, stunning views, comfortable interiors, fresh sheets and towels, yummy organic food, culture and cheerful people. It has total 4 guest rooms; all come with attached toilets. There is separate kitchen for self cooking.
Location: 1.5 km from Batleshwar Mahadev Sidh Peeth
Number of Rooms – 4; Total Capacity – 12-15
Classic Room: 2400/-
Superior Room: 2800/-
Family Room: 3200/- (3 bedded)
Extra Person: 900/-
Upto 6 years: Complimentary (no extra bed)
7-12 years.: 50% (with extra bed)
What you pay for a homestay, brings a direct socio-economic benefit to locals. Be proud by not asking for a discount.
Tulsi Rawat offer home grown and home cooked organic Himalayan meals.
Internet • Parking • Kitchen for self Cooking • Attached Washroom • Running hot & cold water • Dining Area • Huge terrace with a view • Meditation • Yogashala • Bon-fire • Gardens • Guide • Taxi Service
Village Walk • Village Program • Handicraft Programs • • Nature Walks • Rappelling • Cooking Class
Gopeshwar market and temple (3km) • Chamoli (8 km) • Mandal (15km) • Chopta (39km) • Karanprayag (40km) • Joshimat (57km)
Treks:- Tunganath Trek • Chandershila Trek • Ansuiya Devi Temple Trek • Atri Muni Ashram and Water Fall Trek • Hidden Waterfall and Water Holes Hike • Forest Hill Trek • Ancient Temple Treks
Tulsi Rawat along with other women from women shelter looks after this place. Being the wife of an army officer she has lived in many different places and has travelled across the globe. She has experienced beautiful cosy homestays all over the world hence she offer her home to you with her immense knowledge. She runs few social projects like – Women Empowerment, Educational and Environmental. She will be happy to show you around in addition to authentic village and handicraft program which is a delightful window to the rural Himalayan life. She likes gardening, gives cooking classes and love to spend time with guests.
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