The property has three types of rooms: The master bedroom, super deluxe room and deluxe room. A maximum of two children are allowed to stay in the master bedroom and super deluxe rooms, while a maximum of one child can stay in the deluxe room along with adults. Children under the age of six years can stay for free in all rooms, provided they choose to use the existing bedding. However, if your kids are older, you can ask for an extra bed (available at the additional cost of ₹750). All rooms are designed in an elegant way, equipped with stylish furnishings and modern facilities.
The food may be the best part of your stay in this homey villa. Nothing beats sitting inside a cosy room, drinking sweet tea and gorging on piping hot food, while you gaze into infinity. Pick from delicious pastas to comforting hot paranthas. Just make sure you let the friendly staff know what you're craving and they'll whip up a delicious meal for you!
The starting cost is only ₹3,600 for two. You have to pay an additional cost of ₹350 per person, per night for breakfast and ₹600 per person, per night for lunch/dinner.
Best time to go
Since Mcleod Ganj experiences extremely pleasant summers, with temperatures hovering between 18 to 20 degrees, the months between September and June are a great time to visit. But nothing beats the chill of winter with temperatures plummeting to anything from one to three degrees from December to January. If you're lucky you could also witness snow around this time!
What to do around here and the property
Unwind and soak up the sun
This villa is perfect for a couple of days of relaxation. Curl up with a book and unwind, while you soak in the natural beauty all around. However, if you find it hard to sit still and want to explore the town, there's so much to do! The villa also has some cool packages to offer – a devi darshan around Dharamsala, which includes a visit to temples at Chintpurni, Jwalamukhi, Kangra Devi, and Chamunda Devi. Four of these temples comprise the four Shakti Peethas. These ancient holy places have existed since the time of the Ramayana and are vital to Hindu mythology and faith.
Experience the serenity and spiritual vibes