A hackspace or studio, as the founders like to refer to it, Ghoomakad is the ideal place to stay and work from the hills. Located in the agricultural village of Rakkar, Sidhbari, some 8km from Dharamshala town, the property is set against the backdrop of the Dhauladhar range of the Himalayas, near river streams and thriving terrace fields.The Ghoomakad compound has three buildings, a garden and a camping space. The main working studio has a wooden stage, fireplace, bathroom and storage room, and can accommodate up to 15 people. The residential cottage has two floors and eight rooms, while the third building has three more rooms to stay and a hall, which is mostly used for events.The folks at the property usually take in residents for at least a month, and expect them to engage in an enriched form of community living while here. There is no hired help, so residents are encouraged to cook their own food and even engage in some organic agriculture.The cost of living here varies according to the number of current residents. To know more, write to firstname.lastname@example.org.