Around fifteen minutes drive away from the main Manali town, This homestay stands amidst scenic nature and serene stillness of the sky and the flora around. Imagine sitting in the front lawn sipping the local herbal tea and basking in the warmth of the morning sun. Sanjay Dutta and his wife Sunita Dutta 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. The decor of the house reflects warmth and comfort.
Though symetric in design, each room has its own color theme. The three rooms are double bedded with attached bathrooms and balconies and 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 donât mind camping out for a night. The closest tourist spots include the main Manali town and monasteries, Rohtang Pass and the famous Hadimba temple which was built in 1553 A.D. The temple has a four tiered pagoda shaped roof with a doorway carved with mythological figures and symbols. There are lot of trekking, skiing, white water rafting and other adventure sports options in the region.
This property is a dream home one always wanted to stay in the hills with beautiful and serene ambience overlooking the road and the scenic panorama around with misty mountains clad with snow. Manali despite its popularity has its rawness intact. Experience to cherish it forever and experience the wonderful hospitality.