Solitary Nook Homestay-Lansdowne

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Solitary Nook Homestay – Lansdowne

6 kms from Lansdowne in district Pauri Garhwal, Uttarakhand, Jaiharikhal is a quaint little Himalayan village surrounded by thick Oak and Pine forests. This tastefully designed Uttarakhand architectural style house is built in local stone and wood. With its natural aura and ambience, it is an ideal stay for those who are looking to reconnect with nature; a perfect getaway just a few hours from the capital city.

Spread in a  3200 sq mts. the property has three buildings – the main house where the host family lives, the house for guests and the staff quarters. There are four independent guest rooms with attached toilets and private sit-outs for the guests maintained to the highest standards. The rooms provide a perfect view of the entire valley. It will be a lifetime experience to stay here during the full moon night.

Location: 6 kms before Lansdowne on Jaihari-Parinda Road
Number of Rooms – 4; Total Capacity – 12

How To Reach

The nearest airport is in Dehradun (110 km) and Kotdwar is the nearest railway station (38 km). Regular road services are available from all major cities like Delhi, Dehradun, Rishikesh and Haridwar.


Double Occupancy : 7500/-
Extra Person: 1500/-
Includes: Breakfast and Dinner

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)

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


Parking • Garden • Running Hot Water • Laundry • TV Lounge •  40 inch HD Television in Rooms  • Tea/Coffeemaker


A variety of healthy, nutritious and tasty food prepared from farm fresh organic vegetables is served with care by efficient and courteous staff. The meals are served buffet-style in the dining room and adheres to timing. The cuisine is chiefly north Indian but a wide variety of gastronomical delights can be provided at a short notice, especially Uttarakhandi fare.  There is a separate space to cook vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals.


Trekking • Rock Climbing • Nature Walk • Village Walk • Hiking • Bird Watching • Star Gazing • Photography • Cycling • Reading • Indoor Games • Bonfire • Barbeque

Points of Interest

Lansdowne (7km) • The War Memorial (6km) • Tip n Top View Point (7km) • Bhulla Taal (6.3km) • Kaleshwar Mahadev Temple (7km) • Bheem Pakora (9.3km) •  Waterfall Point (17km) • Siddhi Valley (34km) • St. Mary’s Church • Old Cemetery in Kitchner Lines


 Prachin Durga Mandir (26km) • Kotdwar (38km) • Jim Corbett National Park (41km) • Tarkeshwar Mahadev Temple (45 kms) • Kanvashram (48km) • Kandoliya Temple (78km) • Pauri (85km) • Jim Corbett National Park – Kalagarh Wildlife Sanctuary (88km)

Treks/Hike : Hawaghar Trek • Hike to Tip in Top • Kalal Ghati Trek• Kandoliya Devta Sanctuary Trek

Know your Host

Vicky Rawat will host you along with his lovely family. He is an architect and a product of prestigious School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi, India.  He went to USA for his post graduation in Solar Architecture and Energy Conservation in Buildings. Vicky Rawat returned to India in 1994 after finishing his post graduation and working there for over a year.  Till now besides general architecture he has been practicing sustainable architecture and innovative design as an alternative to the traditional design practice.

Besides running his own architectural firm, he also works for the betterment of his own people and ensures their active involvement in eco-tourism and thereby supplementing income from the existing livelihood sources. He along with his team of locals, is known for his warm hospitality. Utmost personal attention and minute attention to details by Vicky will ensure you have a memorable stay.

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