Bedside Mountain Vistas from Luxury Suite for Two in the Himalayas, IndiaGurgaon, Haryana (India)
Bedside Mountain Vistas from Luxury Suite for Two in the Himalayas, India
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- Pets allowed
The most unique feature of this glamping are the large windows on both sides of the bed that give glampers an incredible view of the mountains and woodlands while still warm and cozy under the covers. There is also a sitting room and a bathroom in this mini-suite. The sitting room features a rustic, colorful wood table and chairs, and the bathroom has a spacious shower, a toilet, and a sink.
All meals are prepared for guests and served in the communal dining room. Linens and towels are also provided.
- King-size bed
- Linens and pillows
- Lounge/Living room
- Dining room
- Shared Barbecue
- Outdoor furniture
In addition to the shared dining room area, there is also shared living room, or lounge, areas with stylish, cozy furniture, as well as a spacious outdoor veranda with a fireplace for staying toasty warm while enjoying the view.
Location + Surroundings
Tucked away into the hillside, glampers must hike from the closest village, Matial. This is about a 45 minute to one-hour hike to reach the accommodation, as detailed in the directions. Once at this luxury camping site, guests will only be a few hours from the city of Nainital in the South Gola range of the Himalayas.
- Horseback riding
There are three excellent hiking trails near this glamping accommodation, varying in difficulty from medium to hard: the Kanarkha Trail (medium), the Panyali Trail (medium), and the Gaula River Trail (hard).
Kanarkha Trail is of medium difficulty, is just under five miles long at an average incline of 30 degrees, and takes six hours to complete. Guests will encounter village hospitality along the way.
Panyali Trail is of medium difficult, is just over four miles long at an average incline of 35 degrees, and takes five hours to complete. Glampers can go day camping along this trail and will also encounter village hospitality along the way.
Gaula River Trail is the most difficult of the three trails, is over six miles long at an average incline of 35 degrees, and takes eight hours to complete. Along this trail, guests will see waterfalls, be able to go day camping, and will come across village hospitality along the way, too.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared