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A three bedroom cottage in Ranikhet, constructed with love and cared for with passion is on the lookout for discerning Himalayan travellers. The Indian Home Stay is approximately 8 kilometers from Ranikhet and it offers unobstructed and unrivalled views of the Nanda Devi and Trishul mountain ranges, two of the most gorgeous Kumaon Himalayan peaks of the season. Rooms that welcome you, food that nourishes you, nature that enlivens you and views that amaze you are just some of the things on offer.
_Bush Rose is a lovely cottage located in Majhkali, Ranikhet. The cottage is drive able to the last point. Located at a height of 6000 feet, the weather is pleasant round the year. It is on the border of reserved Pine/Oak forests of which there is a beautiful view. On a clear day, from the terrace of the cottage, one gets a panoramic view of the snow clad mountains. The air is clean, crisp and rejuvenating, it is an ideal location if you are planning a quiet, enjoyable holiday with your family and friends.
This eight bedroom holiday cottage in Ranikhet that will make your heart fly with joy, your soul sing with abandon and your body dance as if no one is looking. Yes, this is just the beginning of what you will get to experience when you enter the environs of this beautifully landscaped property. Home grown spices and herbs, a vegetable garden that lets you pick your own vegetables, wooden floors and sloped wooden ceilings add to the charm at this Indian Home Stay.
A six bedroom cottage in Ranikhet with views of the mountains and brightness of the sun and stars will persuade you that you are in paradise. Don’t come here expecting five star luxuries, but go there expecting a touch of history, a center of Ayurveda to heal, a feeling of warmth, a bevy of beautiful furniture, a mesmerizing view of the Himalaya, a freshness of breath for your lungs and a level of comfort that only a home can provide. This heritage Ranikhet cottage dates back to the time when the British gentry went scouting the virgin lands in the Himalayan valleys to lay a claim on.