Manali Meadows – Manali Homestay

  • slider image
  • slider image
  • slider image

Pricers2500

  • Type : Mountain Bunglow
  • Himachal Pradesh / hotels in manali
Contact :
E-mail- sunjaydutta@gmail.com Ph: +91-93189-33044

Manali Meadows is a homestay in Manali and alternative to boring hotels in Manali. Located around 13kms away from the main Manali town on Naggar – Manali road, Manali Meadows has plenty of flora around. You can imagine yourself sitting in the front lawn, sipping the local herbal tea and basking in the warmth of the morning sun.

Manali Meadows homestay hasĀ 4 rooms with the price starting from Rs.2500 per night for double occupancy. This is inclusive of complimentary breakfast. Extra bed is available at an additional charge.

manali weather

37 C
  • Sun
    37 C
    25 C
  • Mon
    31 C
    23 C
  • Tue
    29 C
    25 C
  • Wed
    31 C
    28 C
  • Thu
    31 C
    27 C
  • Fri
    31 C
    28 C
  • Sat
    32 C
    28 C

  • Rooms 4 rooms

    The decor of the house reflects warmth and comfort. Though symmetric in design, each room has its own colour theme. The four rooms are double bedded with attached bathrooms and balconies, each one with a different view of the scenic beauty around. The house is located on the foothill of a hill full of cedar trees which provide for a different locale with every changing season. One of the most interesting spots in the house is the front lawn which has a small camping tent for the adventurous sorts who don’t mind camping out for a night. A recent addition to all this a Children playing area with a small little pond having ducks and geese. Also, there are rabbits and honeybee hives.

  • Food Indian and Local cuisine

    The hostess, Sunita, is an amazing cook and can cook delectable local cuisine like Rajma (Red beans), Pulao (fried rice) for vegetarians and locally prepared mutton, chicken and fish for non-vegetarians.

  • span>Hosts Sunita and Sanjay Dutta

    Sanjay Dutta and his wife Sunita are the hospitable hosts of the homestay. Being an experienced journalist of a leading regional newspaper, Sanjay is well-informed about the local people, their culture and history. He likes interacting with people and exchanging personal and professional experiences with his guests. Sunita is an amazing cook who cooks delectable local cuisine like Rajma (Red beans), Pulao (fried rice) for vegetarians and locally prepared mutton, chicken and fish for non-vegetarians.

  • Suggested Activity #1 Visit Hadimba Temple

    This much-revered wood-and-stone mandir, constructed in 1553, stands in a clearing in the cedar forest about 2km west of central Manali. Pilgrims come from across India to honour Hadimba, the demon wife of the Pandava Bhima from the Mahabharata. The temple’s wooden doorway, under a three-tier pagoda-style roof, is richly carved with figures of gods, animals and dancers; antlers and ibex horns adorn the outside walls. Inside is a large sacrificial stone where grisly animal slaughterings have traditionally taken place during the three-day Dhungri Mela in May. Gatothkach, the warrior son of Hadimba and Bhima, is worshipped in the form of a sacred tree near the temple.

  • Suggested Activity #2 Solang Valley

    Nestling between Solang village and Beas Kund, Solang Valley is a beautiful place offering breathtaking views of snow-capped mountains, peaks and glaciers. From skiing to zorbing, parachuting and paragliding, the adventure activities available here are many. Sport enthusiasts should visit this place during the months of January and February. Every year, in the aforementioned months, annual winter skiing festival is organised here.

  • Suggested Activity #3 Visit Old Manali

    Swaying eucalyptus, lovely roads, sweet little eateries, small kitschy market places, and cafes that serve your favourite continental food at unbelievably low prices, the serenity of Old Manali is only disturbed by twittering birds and the sound of the gushing waters of the Kullu River.

  • Suggested Activity #4 Naggar Castle

    Located in Naggar Town, amidst breathtaking forested hills, the Naggar Castle is a magnificent historical edifice. Made of stone and wood, this palace served as the residence of Raja Sidh Singh of Kullu. It was built in AD 1460 in an impressive amalgamation of European and Himalayan architecture. Fireplaces, fitting staircases, and magnificent stone and wood works grace the castle’s interiors. There are three small shrines within the premises, each holding immense religious importance. For art lovers, Naggar Castle has incredible art pieces on display. Worth-mentioning are the paintings of Nicholas Roerich- the famous Russian painter. As souvenirs, you can take home traditional items like wall hangings, coasters and artefacts bearing imprints of Roerich’s paintings from here.



Leave a reply

Name
E-mail
Website