4 Exclusive Homestays In India Which Make You Feel At Home!


People who are born and brought up in urban setup take travelling as an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life with monotonous daily chores. For such holidays, mountains are the best choices! Tucked away from the city crowd, noise and pollution, these vacations allow one to get up close and personal with nature and its enigmatic charm while savoring its breathtakingly beautiful snow-capped peaks that pleases one’s eyes and senses for quite some time. To enjoy such a cozy and undisturbed holiday, homestays are simply unmatched! India being known to the world for its warm hospitality and generosity, here are few top homestays in the Himalayas giving a perfect break for restless urban souls:

Kuflon Basics – 11 kms from Uttarkashi, this hidden homestay is situated above Assi Ganga River. This homestay is surrounded by breathtakingly beautiful nature. Named after the village, this place is that ideal retreat encircled by serenity and chirping of birds. While staying here, travelers get the chance to interact with locals, enjoy local food and spend time exploring the beauty of exotic nature! Besides, indulging in trekking and hiking are the additional attractions of this place. Anil Kuriar is a native of this region and host of this homestay. For further information contact:

Kuflon Basics

Village Kuflon, Sangamchatti Road

P.O Kalyani, Uttarkashi

Uttarakhand – 249193

Phone: +91-8475821681, +91-9412004217

Email: info@kuflonbasics.com,  anilkuriyal@gmail.com


Uttam and Shalini’s Charming Abode – This boutique homestay is run by a couple. A short drive from Nainital takes one to this homestay. Surrounded by spectacular nature, this place can be an ideal refuge for those looking to spend some time amidst tranquility! The charges are Rs. 4500 per person per night. Surrounded by well manicured gardens, this place gives you enough space to enjoy walking and spending time with the magical scenery outside!

For further information, you can contact Shalini Dave:

Shalini Dave:

Mobile: 9811908996

Email: info@himalaica.com, shalinijdave@gmail.comutta

Pahadi House – 38 kms from Mussoorie, this homestay is an exquisite place to relax and spend some alone time with splendid scenic beauty! Abhay Sharma is the host of this residence. His initiation has helped in conserving many empty houses of this locality by transforming them into beautiful homestays. Travelers can enjoy jeep rides, nature walks, jungle treks and hiking while staying here. For more information you can get in touch with:

Pahadi House – Kanatal

Village Choukhal, Kanatal, Tehri Garhwal,

Uttarakhand, India

Email: info@pahadihouse.com

Phone Number: +91-7500682731, +91-9997306041, +91-8859106060, +91-9897669074

pahadi-houseBundla Tea Estate – It’s located in Palampur in Himachal Pradesh. This amazingly beautiful homestay is 35 kms from Dharamsala. Surrounded by the charming tea estates, this picture postcard residence promises mesmerizing views of the mountains and rivers running close by. It costs somewhere around Rs. 2500 per night. Besides enjoying nature, tourists can participate in paragliding and nature walking. For more information you can contact:

Bundla Tea Estate Homestay

Near Butail Chowk,

Palampur, H.P – 176061

Ph: 9857030605, 01894-230604

Email: gokulbutail@gmail.com



While traveling there is nothing like finding a second home. Homestay is a new trend which is catching up quite rapidly with everyone, especially the adventurous seeking young crowd who are always looking for something new and out of the ordinary. So, if you’re one of those who do not wish to compromise with comfort and warmth of home, then homestays would definitely be your best bet!



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