★ By far, the most scenic location we have stayed at. •The only property in Himachal with a rating of 4.96, among the ones with 50+ reviews. • In Tandi, a village above Jibhi • Two bedrooms. A balcony, two double beds. Modern bathroom. • Wheat and maize fields. • Apple and pear orchards. • You'll see flying squirrels in the night. • When the sun rises, it's beautiful. • WiFi • Hair Dryer • Breakfast • Patio • Lawn • Bluetooth Speakers • Oven/Toaster/Coffee Maker/Refrigerator/Washer
“Biz burada yaklaşık bir hafta kaldı & şüphesiz bu bugüne kadar yaşadığınız en iyi dağ tatil oldu. Daleep, Bhima, Raam, Nabo ve Khemchand kesinlikle orada en havalı pahaadis. Hepsi ben ve kocam için kalmak son derece rahat yaptı. Profesyoneller ve en önemlisi son derece sıcak ve düşünceli. Sürekli göze çarpmayan mevcudiyetleri, tüm isteklerimizin dikkate alındığı ve aynı zamanda toplamda 7 güzel günü harcadığımız anlamına geliyordu.”
It's a all wooden property in traditional Himachali style. Situated among thick cedar forest and apple orchard, JungleBook hostel is an experimental stay where guests can be their true one self. Indulge in your hobbies, bring out the artist in you. Relax, Rejuvinate and soak in a true cultural, natural experience.
Welcome! My place is near Giyaghi, a small village on the way to Jalori Pass. Built with stone and wood with views of the forest all around and a veranda for relaxing. You will love my place, for its natural ambience, the outdoor space, a bonfire pit, home cooked food and a comfortable bed. It is good for couples, families and solo adventurers. Just a note on food. We serve all food and drinks and you won't be disappointed with the freshness, local content, cleanliness, presentation and of course taste. We need notice for preparation because our food is prepared fresh. , specially if you require non-veg (local river fish, chicken or mutton). Food is costed per item separate to accommodation. You should budget at least around 800 rps per day per person for food and drinks. Consider trying the local traditional 'siddhu'...a kind of large dumpling filled with sabje made often with crushed walnuts, or ganga seeds, or apricot kernels etc. 'Wayward Inn' is listed on google maps so if you are self-driving/driven, you can easily plan your trip through that on-line application. If you are coming by bus from Delhi, the get-off point is Aut. From there I can arrange a taxi to Wayward Inn (cost around 1400 rps) or you can proceed by local bus to Banjar and then change for the last 11 km to Wayward (1 km further than the village of Giyaghi). If you are coming from Kullu/Manali direction, a bus from Bhuntar will go to Banjar.