Someshwar Heritage Homestay-Uttarkashi

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Often used as base camp for Dayara Bugyal Trek, Raithal is blessed with crisp and clear views of snow-clad Himalayas.  About 43 km from Uttarkashi town Raithal keeps away from the tourist’s map but surely is an upcoming sustainable hotspot of Uttarakhand. It thrives with local life and culture. Majority of locals are involved in farming, community programs like women empowerment (weaving, handicraft) and harnessing local bees for honey-making. Youngsters work as trekking guides and porters.

In an attempt to support and enable local livelihood, these typical ancestral houses are now used essentially to attract tourism. This give travelers an insight into traditional home that once existed.

This 500 years old heritage home is nestled in the lap of nature, far away from pollution, noise and chaos. Rooted in a fruit orchard, it has Peach, Plum, Apricot and Apple tree to please fruit lovers. There is just one guest room on the first floor with a capacity of 6-8 people, a common bathroom and a balcony overlooking the valley. The extended part of the house consist of 3 rooms, including a double room, a triple bedded and a 4 bedded family room; all come with an attached toilet and bath. Also there are 2 tents pitched in the orchard for adventure lovers. You may also pitch your own tent and pay just for food.
Number of Rooms: 3, Total capacity: 6-8;


Per Person: 1500/-

Tent: 700/- PP
Complimentary: All Meals (Breakfast, Lunch & 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)

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


Hot Water • Room Heater • Seating Areas • Bon-fire • Parking


Freshly cooked local cuisine and North Indian vegetarian food is served. Non-vegetarian is also available on demand. Most of the vegetables supplied to the kitchen come from own organic farm. We have a small dairy farm of our own, so you get milk and other dairy product fresh always. Breakfast is served as per your choice like Paratha with curd or tea, Sandwich, Butter Toast, Bread Omelette or Puri Bhaji. Dinner can be a combination of north Indian and Garhwali  food.


Trekking  • Nature Walk • Village Walk • Hiking • Bird Watching • Cow Milking • Farming • Reading • Camping

Points of Interest

1000 year old Surya Temple • Someshwar Temple • Heritage Panchpura House


The Goat Village (1km) • Goi Trek  (3. km) • Dayara Bugyal (8 km) • Bhatwari Market (10km) • Bakrya Top (15 km) • Dodital (22 km)

Know Your Host

Vijay Singh Rana and his family are residents of Raithal for centuries. Every nook and corner of the village and surroundings is well known to him. He is a simple farmer who loves to talk about nature, farming and social issues. He is a good guide and a cook who along with his wife Sona Devi looks after the homestay and his two sons take care of the guests; show them around, take them on walk or trekking.

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