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3 Bedroom Luxurious Cottage in Bhowali - Nainital


Bhowali | Nainital and around

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Description

This three bedroom luxury cottage in Bhowali - Nainital is calling all holiday travellers of life and tourists of the different season to enjoy its panoramas. The little sit-outs in and around this vacation cottage will bring to fore that you are 5500 feet above sea level. It has horizons comprising blue skies, Himalayan peaks, gardens full of colour from the flora and fauna and the comfort of home that seeps in little touches of the interiors. All the beauty will come together to ensure that you have a holiday that you will share with future generations with nostalgia.

This beautiful cottage is built with a lot of love and effort and the owners are happy to share it with you. Guests are requested to treat it with care they would give their own homes while enjoying the luxury of a cottage that meets all holiday needs of the discerning traveller.

All the three rooms are well-appointed and offer all the modern comforts that are a necessity today. The living area with its fireplace and wooden floor is perfect to just sit-back and chat with your loved ones, curl up with a good book/coffee or play your favourite indoor game. There is also a glass conservatory for sun-bathing or nature-gazing.

The 10-seating dining room and the large kitchen at this cottage in Nainital are perfect for those guest who love to cook and interact with others over food. Even those guests who are wary of cooking on a holiday need not worry; a chef can meet all your holiday food requirements. The food cooked here is fresh, to taste and delicious.

While at this fantastic cottage near Nainital, take a tour of the nearby mountain towns, temples, tourist spots, or simply go for treks in the nearby areas or enjoy the estate’s bird watching or relax in the garden sit-outs that line its outdoors. This is a cottage to relax in and enjoy its warmth. We are sure the cottage will lift your mood with its breathtaking surroundings.

Price information

Single occupancy with all meals Rs. 4.500 US $  85 GBP 48
Double ocupancy with all meals Rs. 9,000 US $ 170 GBP 96
Child policy :
One child under 6 years stays free of charge when using existing beds. Children between 6-12 years are charged at 50%.
Children above 12 years are charged at full tariff.

Pricing

Single occupancy with all meals Rs. 4.500 US $  85 GBP 48
Double ocupancy with all meals Rs. 9,000 US $ 170 GBP 96
Child policy : 
One child under 6 years stays free of charge when using existing beds. Children between 6-12 years are charged at 50%. 
Children above 12 years are charged at full tariff.

Accommodation

Main Villa

Large garden-side glass Conservatory, living room with fireplace, dining/meeting room for 10, large kitchen, three cozy wood-floored bedrooms, three designer bathrooms, glazed Den.

Guest Cottage

Petite sitting and dining lounge, two bedrooms, three-fixture bathroom, kitchenette.


Amenities

Hot/Cold Running Water Parking Living room
Ceiling Fan Power back-up Car Hire on request
Wi Fi Internet access Garden
Childrens playground Refrigerator Satelite TV
Private balcony or veranda Towels and sheets are provided Laundry Facilities
Car Hire on request Meals available Transfer on request

Attractions

Things to do near Bhowali :

Bhimtal

Attraction type: water body, walks

Sattal

Sattal – seven lakes including Nal, Damyanti, Garuda, Bharat, Ram, Sita, Lakhshman, Hanuman, Panna.
Attraction type: water bodies, boating, picnics.

Nainital

Numerous local attractions such as the famous lake, Church of St. John’s in the Wilderness (1846) at Mallital, Secretariat (1899), the Mall and lake promenade, high-altitude zoo, ropeway to Snow View (2270m) at the Sher-ka-Danda Ridge, Naina Peak (2611m), Raj Bhawan or Government House, Hanuman Garhi temple, State Observatory, Land’s End view point (2881m), Tiffin Top or Ayarpatta Hill, Kilbury, Dorothy’s Seat view point, cave garden, horse-riding, boat club and boating, interesting wooded walks amongst colonial buildings, schools and homes, Bhutia market, Barra Bazaar, Durga Shah Library, Aurobindo Ashram, Gurney House (Corbett’s home at one time) at Ayarpatta Hill, golf, Guano Hills at Pangot for walks and bird watching, Churches – St. Francis, St. Nicholas, shopping for woollens and warm gear

  • Tibetan Market: Attraction type: Flea/ Street Markets
  • Goddess Naina Devi: Attraction type: Religious Sites.
  • Naini Lake: Nainital, Attraction type: Bodies of Water, Boating.
  • Pangot and Kilbury Bird Sanctuary: Attraction type: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
  • High Altitude Zoo: Nainital: Attraction type: Zoo.

Naukuchiatal

Attraction type: Bodies of Water, Boating

Ramgarh:

Hill station at an altitude of 1789m, with views of the Himalayan peaks, including Nanda Devi, Trishul, Panchchuli range. Ramgarh is especially known as a fruit bowl for its fruit orchards. Several famous personalities such as Rabindranath Tagore, Narain Swami and Mahadevi Verma had established their ashrams here. Today it is a popular destination for vacation homes.

Dhanachuli:

40km from Bhowali, the drive is attractive, with some of the best views of the Himalayan ranges

Mukteshwar:

  • With deodar and pine forests, Mukteshwar is a popular getaway to see the Himalayan peaks. Mukteshwar is mostly known for the Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI). Visitors are no longer allowed.
  • Mukteshwar Temple

Almora District:

It is situated approximately 55km from Bhowali. From here one can have an easy access to the Chithai Temple, Kasar Devi temple, Deer Park, Nanda Devi Temple and Ramakrishna Mission Ashram. One can get the Kumaon art and culture at the Gobind Vallabh Pant Public Museum near the bus stand. It also boasts of many shopping centers including the 200 year old Lal Bazaar. The Famous Nanda Devi Mela is held here at the 100 year old Nanda Devi Temple

  • Dwarahat Village: Almora District, Attraction type: Historic Sites, complex of ancient temples
  • Gobind Vallabh Pant Museum: Almora:. Attraction type: Museums
  • Chitai Temple: Almora. Attraction type: Religious Sites
  • Sadar Bazar: Almora. Attraction type: Flea/ Street market

Ranikhet:

  • Chaubatia: Ranikhet. Attraction type: Lookouts, Orchard Ranikhet, India
  • Kumaon Regimental Centre Museum: Ranikhet. Attraction type: History Museums.
  • Haidakhan Babaji Temple, Ranikhet. Attraction: Religious site.

Jageshwar:

Jageshwar Temple (Jageshwar Dham) Jageshwar Temple is about 35kms far from Almora. Jageshwar assumes importance and considered as sacred as the rivers Surabhi and Nandini flows down and joins at this place. Dedicated to Lord Shiva it is considered as one of the most sacred ‘tirthas’ in the Kumaon region. The linga considered to represent one of the 12 Jothirlingams in India. The temple holds much significance for the devout and it is a must-see destination in Binsar. The temple complex comprises 124 temples. The Mrityunjaya temple seems to be the oldest dating back to the 8th century. The main temple in the temple complex at ‘Jageshwar Mahadev’ is dedicated to ‘Bal Jageshwar’, or the Child Shiva. There is also a temple dedicated to Vridh Jageshwar, or Old Shiva, situated on the higher slopes. In Jageshwar, fairs are held during Shivaratri and in the month of July – August. The place is frequented by both religious as well as nature lover tourists.

Bageshwar:

Bageshwar is a city and a municipal board in the state of Uttarakhand, India It is also the administrative headquarters of Bageshwar district. There are many places of touristic and historic importance in Bageshwar. This town is situated on the confluence of river Saryu and Gomti. There are many old temples dating back to 10th century AD. Among them are the Baijnath temple and Bagnath temples are the most important. the Bagnath temple is situated in the middle of the town just across the confluence of Saryu and Gomati.

Kausani:

Awesome views on the great Himalayan ranges. 105 kms

Binsar:

30 kms from Almora: Binsar is a beautiful, quiet and wild Himalayan destination with rich natural surroundings among dense forest. This region is very famous among tourists and travellers because of the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary. The hill station named after Bineshwar, an ancient Shiva Temple built by the King Kalyan. Binsar is an ancient town. It was the summer capital of the Chand Rajas. Also a designated wildlife sanctuary, no visit to Binsar is complete without considerable time spent at the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary. The hill station has about 166 identified bird species.

Chaukori:

Awesome views on the great Himalayan ranges.175 kms

Jeolikot:

30km, Honey production centre of the region:

Jim Corbett National Park:

70km, Attraction type: National Parks; Nature/ Wildlife Areas.

Activities: Viewing wildlife

Villages of Kumaon:

Take excursions off the beaten track to the more remote interior areas of Kumaon to see traditional homes, replete with elaborately-carved door and windows of the likhai craft. The homes were made of mud and stone, with slate roofs, in a two-storey style, with livestock below and people on the first level, and a small stone patio in front.

Flora and Fauna:

The forests around Bhowali are home to numerous species, which can be sighted either by trekking into permitted forest areas, or sometimes luckily just off the road. The forests have significant populations of leopard, bear, wild boar, barking deer,sambhardeer, ghoral or mountain goat, jungle cat, porcupine, langur monkey and snakes. Over 150 varieties of birds are present in the forests of the greater area. There are numerous opportunities for trekking, jungle walks, and birdwatching, amongst other outdoor activities.

How to Reach

Air : Pantnagar Airport (PGH); 60km

Rail : 

Delhi to Kathgodam:

  1. Train No. 15013 Ranikhet Express; Old Delhi Junction (DLI) to Kathgodam; SMTWTFS; 2235-0505 (+1 day); travel time 6.30 hrs; Classes: 1A, 2A, 3A, SL; 10 halts; distance 280km; average speed 42km/hr
  2. Train No. 15035 Uttarakhand Sampark Kranti Express; Old Delhi Junction (DLI) to Kathgodam (KGM); SMTWTFS; 1600-2240; travel time 6.40 hrs; Classes CC, 2S; 7 halts; distance 280km; average speed 41km/hr
  3. Train No. 12040 Kathgodam Shatabdi; Delhi Anand Vihar Terminal (ANVT) to Kathgodam (KGM); SMTW_FS; 0615-1150; travel time 5.35 hrs; Classes IA, CC; 6 stops; distance 280km; average speed 48km/hr

Kathgodam to Delhi:

  1. Train No. 15014 Ranikhet Express; Kathgodam (KGM) to Old Delhi Junction (DLI); SMTWTFS; 2040-0355 (+1 day); travel time 7.15 hrs; Classes: 1A, 2A, 3A, SL; 10 halts; distance 280km; average speed 42km/hr
  2. Train No. 15036 Uttarakhand Sampark Kranti Express; Kathgodam (KGM) to Old Delhi Junction (DLI); SMTWTFS; 0850-1520; travel time 6.30 hrs; Classes CC, 2S; 7 halts; distance 280km; average speed 41km/hr
  3. Train No. 12040 Kathgodam Shatabdi; Kathgodam (KGM) to Delhi Anand Vihar Terminal (ANVT); SMTW_FS; 1545-2115; travel time 5.30 hrs; Classes IA, CC; 6 stops; distance 280km; average speed 48km/hr

Road : 

Delhi – Nanital – Shyamkhet: 300 kms and 7 hrs drive inclusive of one halt

Delhi – Nizamuddin Bridge – Ghaziabad – Hapur Bye pass – Dasna – Pilkhuwa – Babugarh – Garmukteshwar – Gajraula – Joya – UmriKalan – Moradabad Byepass – Suar – Bazpur – Choti Haldwani / Kaladungi – Khurpatal – Nainital

Cautionary Notes

Do not take the route via Tanda, as the road and bridge there has washed away.

Do not drive on the full moon days given below as the road at Garhmukteshwaris impassable with pilgrims and you could be stuck for 6-7 hours on the highway itself

About Location

Key places from the retreat:
Haldwani: 40km
Kathgodam: 35km
Nainital: 11km
Bhimtal: 11km
Naukuchiyatal: 16km
Ramgarh: 13km
Mukteshwar: 48km
Almora: 55km
Ranikhet: 48km
Sattal: 11km
Dhanachuli: 40km
Ramnagar: 65km

Things to do near Bhowali :

Bhimtal

Attraction type: water body, walks

Sattal

Sattal – seven lakes including Nal, Damyanti, Garuda, Bharat, Ram, Sita, Lakhshman, Hanuman, Panna.
Attraction type: water bodies, boating, picnics.

Nainital

Numerous local attractions such as the famous lake, Church of St. John’s in the Wilderness (1846) at Mallital, Secretariat (1899), the Mall and lake promenade, high-altitude zoo, ropeway to Snow View (2270m) at the Sher-ka-Danda Ridge, Naina Peak (2611m), Raj Bhawan or Government House, Hanuman Garhi temple, State Observatory, Land’s End view point (2881m), Tiffin Top or Ayarpatta Hill, Kilbury, Dorothy’s Seat view point, cave garden, horse-riding, boat club and boating, interesting wooded walks amongst colonial buildings, schools and homes, Bhutia market, Barra Bazaar, Durga Shah Library, Aurobindo Ashram, Gurney House (Corbett’s home at one time) at Ayarpatta Hill, golf, Guano Hills at Pangot for walks and bird watching, Churches – St. Francis, St. Nicholas, shopping for woollens and warm gear

  • Tibetan Market: Attraction type: Flea/ Street Markets
  • Goddess Naina Devi: Attraction type: Religious Sites.
  • Naini Lake: Nainital, Attraction type: Bodies of Water, Boating.
  • Pangot and Kilbury Bird Sanctuary: Attraction type: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
  • High Altitude Zoo: Nainital: Attraction type: Zoo.

Naukuchiatal

Attraction type: Bodies of Water, Boating

Ramgarh:

Hill station at an altitude of 1789m, with views of the Himalayan peaks, including Nanda Devi, Trishul, Panchchuli range. Ramgarh is especially known as a fruit bowl for its fruit orchards. Several famous personalities such as Rabindranath Tagore, Narain Swami and Mahadevi Verma had established their ashrams here. Today it is a popular destination for vacation homes.

Dhanachuli:

40km from Bhowali, the drive is attractive, with some of the best views of the Himalayan ranges

Mukteshwar:

  • With deodar and pine forests, Mukteshwar is a popular getaway to see the Himalayan peaks. Mukteshwar is mostly known for the Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI). Visitors are no longer allowed.
  • Mukteshwar Temple

Almora District:

It is situated approximately 55km from Bhowali. From here one can have an easy access to the Chithai Temple, Kasar Devi temple, Deer Park, Nanda Devi Temple and Ramakrishna Mission Ashram. One can get the Kumaon art and culture at the Gobind Vallabh Pant Public Museum near the bus stand. It also boasts of many shopping centers including the 200 year old Lal Bazaar. The Famous Nanda Devi Mela is held here at the 100 year old Nanda Devi Temple

  • Dwarahat Village: Almora District, Attraction type: Historic Sites, complex of ancient temples
  • Gobind Vallabh Pant Museum: Almora:. Attraction type: Museums
  • Chitai Temple: Almora. Attraction type: Religious Sites
  • Sadar Bazar: Almora. Attraction type: Flea/ Street market

Ranikhet:

  • Chaubatia: Ranikhet. Attraction type: Lookouts, Orchard Ranikhet, India
  • Kumaon Regimental Centre Museum: Ranikhet. Attraction type: History Museums.
  • Haidakhan Babaji Temple, Ranikhet. Attraction: Religious site.

Jageshwar:

Jageshwar Temple (Jageshwar Dham) Jageshwar Temple is about 35kms far from Almora. Jageshwar assumes importance and considered as sacred as the rivers Surabhi and Nandini flows down and joins at this place. Dedicated to Lord Shiva it is considered as one of the most sacred ‘tirthas’ in the Kumaon region. The linga considered to represent one of the 12 Jothirlingams in India. The temple holds much significance for the devout and it is a must-see destination in Binsar. The temple complex comprises 124 temples. The Mrityunjaya temple seems to be the oldest dating back to the 8th century. The main temple in the temple complex at ‘Jageshwar Mahadev’ is dedicated to ‘Bal Jageshwar’, or the Child Shiva. There is also a temple dedicated to Vridh Jageshwar, or Old Shiva, situated on the higher slopes. In Jageshwar, fairs are held during Shivaratri and in the month of July – August. The place is frequented by both religious as well as nature lover tourists.

Bageshwar:

Bageshwar is a city and a municipal board in the state of Uttarakhand, India It is also the administrative headquarters of Bageshwar district. There are many places of touristic and historic importance in Bageshwar. This town is situated on the confluence of river Saryu and Gomti. There are many old temples dating back to 10th century AD. Among them are the Baijnath temple and Bagnath temples are the most important. the Bagnath temple is situated in the middle of the town just across the confluence of Saryu and Gomati.

Kausani:

Awesome views on the great Himalayan ranges. 105 kms

Binsar:

30 kms from Almora: Binsar is a beautiful, quiet and wild Himalayan destination with rich natural surroundings among dense forest. This region is very famous among tourists and travellers because of the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary. The hill station named after Bineshwar, an ancient Shiva Temple built by the King Kalyan. Binsar is an ancient town. It was the summer capital of the Chand Rajas. Also a designated wildlife sanctuary, no visit to Binsar is complete without considerable time spent at the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary. The hill station has about 166 identified bird species.

Chaukori:

Awesome views on the great Himalayan ranges.175 kms

Jeolikot:

30km, Honey production centre of the region:

Jim Corbett National Park:

70km, Attraction type: National Parks; Nature/ Wildlife Areas.

Activities: Viewing wildlife

Villages of Kumaon:

Take excursions off the beaten track to the more remote interior areas of Kumaon to see traditional homes, replete with elaborately-carved door and windows of the likhai craft. The homes were made of mud and stone, with slate roofs, in a two-storey style, with livestock below and people on the first level, and a small stone patio in front.

Flora and Fauna:

The forests around Bhowali are home to numerous species, which can be sighted either by trekking into permitted forest areas, or sometimes luckily just off the road. The forests have significant populations of leopard, bear, wild boar, barking deer,sambhardeer, ghoral or mountain goat, jungle cat, porcupine, langur monkey and snakes. Over 150 varieties of birds are present in the forests of the greater area. There are numerous opportunities for trekking, jungle walks, and birdwatching, amongst other outdoor activities.

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Key Information

Reference :
160 Bhowali - Nainital
State :
Nainital and around
Locality :
Bhowali - Nainital and around
No of Bedrooms :
3
No of Bathrooms :
3
Comfortably Accomodates :
9
Single occupancy (Inclusive of Breakfast & Taxes)
Rs. 4,500 per person (Inclusive of All meals)
Double occupancy (Inclusive of Breakfast & Taxes)
Rs. 9,000 on Twin occupancy (Inclusive of All meals)
Check-In :
12: 00 Hrs
Check-Out :
11:00 Hrs
Category :
Cottage
Property Type :
Retreat
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