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Village Chadiyara, P O Batt, Chamba, Chamba-himachal , 176310 | Show on Map
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At a distance of 84 km from the Historical Krishna Temple, Himalayan Orchard Huts is accessible from the Nurpur Road Railway Station, which is 89 km away. The property is inclusive of a restaurant that serves a selection of delicacies to its patrons.With its 10 spacious rooms to choose from, the property in Chamba offers a decent stay.
Few of the conveniences available in the rooms are a balcony and an attached bathroom with hot/cold running water.Himalayan Orchard Huts offers all the basic conveniences expected from a budget stay, including laundry, room service, and medical assistance.
This property also has luggage storage area, parking space and travel counter within the premises. The property in Chamba is 84 km from Ram Singh Pathania Memorial and 88 km from Nagni Mata Temple. Himalayan Orchard Huts is at a distance of 128 km from the Pathankot Airport.
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by Ariel Z on September 13, 2018
As a solo female traveler, spending the new year abroad felt like a challenge. But after arriving at the homestay of the Dhami family I immediately felt at home. The home cooked meals, beautiful rooms, and endless laughs provided me with a sense of community and groundedness as the new year came upon us. I cannot recommend this place more. You will find yourself surrounded by love upon a hill looking out over the Himalayas. A great place to reflect, journal, draw, paint, and learn about life in the mountains. Love love love the Dhami family
by RaPUNzElIvorytower on August 29, 2018
The walls surrounding me are mud, the window framing the views are wooden. I step on riverbed pebbles to wander in the orchard of plums and apricots and kiwis. Along the path is the cowshed looking down on the pen and the coop. I chew some mint and basil on the way. The path ahead winds down to terraced fields, some ploughed and some being ploughed. The bullocks are pulling the plough ahead while the seeds are scattered behind. It is Van Gogh's painting and I enter it. As I hold the plough the bullocks dash ahead in speed, it is tricky to keep up with them and at the same time guide the plough. It gets stuck at some places on the underground stones and then there are the turnings to be maneuvered. It is needless to say there is sweat on my brow but never has the food later tasted so sweet or so sumptous. The food on the table is a story in itself. Right from wheat to tomatoes to the milk and marmalade have never been to the market. They are results from a sustainable lifestyle. Maybe hence they aren't 'consumed' but devoured. The complete experience of my stay results in contentment and a feeling of well-being.
by richyansen on August 19, 2018
My partner and I stayed 3 nights at Orchard Huts and did 3 nights trekking. The lodge is nicely secluded and peaceful, the perfect escape if youve been in the city. Everyone is very welcoming and looks after you. The food is a highlight, always delicious, including what is provided during the trek.
by e0wen on August 15, 2018
We stayed in the lodge for a few nights and also did a 4 day trek. Both sections of the trip were sensational. The whole family are incredibly friendly and welcoming and go above and beyond to make you feel at home. We loved all of the food and couldn't believe how the quality stayed so high even when camping! A wonderful location - secluded and beautiful. We'd love to go back! The family also organised two days for us in Amritsar with a local guide who was particularly good and sorted everything - hotel, transfers, night train. This made for a very relaxing holiday. Thank you!
by caridadalonso68 on July 16, 2018
Orchard Hut is a hidden gem nestled deep in the mountains with breathtaking views of the Himalayan mountains. However, to wake up to this celestial landscape you must do a short hike to the homestay accompanied by a porter to carry your bags. Every single step is well worth it in order to wake up to the sounds of nature in a beautiful Himalayan eco-friendly home with all the necessary amenities. The moment I arrived I was warmly greeted by the patriarch Prakash Dami surrounded by his loving family including his wife Sneh, his son Nitin and daughter in law Maureen, his other son Vinayak, his daughter Phalgun and 2 grandchildren Rupash and Krishna. Soon after the family invited me to participate in a traditional welcoming Himalayan ceremony and then presented me with a beautiful wool hat distinctive of the Chamba area. At this point, in my journey I knew I found a new home away from my own! This is a true family business whereby each person contributes their talents in order to make it a HUGE success. Everything the Dhamis offer from trekking excursions in the Himalayas, to traveling opportunities in India through their travel agency Mani Mahesh, to Indian cuisine, to understanding the Himalayan culture and traditions comes from the heart. Mr. Dhamis son Nintin and his wife Maureen are world travelers. They both have extensive experience leading adventure seekers in all corners of the world. Their passion for traveling and trekking is contagious and their hospitality is genuine. Their son Vinayak has received his undergraduate study in hospitality and is pursuing a graduate study in business and is an expert trekker leading climbing excursions throughout the Chamba area. His daughter Phanguli and her husband play a critical role in running the family business and their children are a great source of energy that quickly light up any room. Also, Mr. Dhamis wife Senah is a food magician! She has taken her knowledge of different ingredients and how their combination works and made it an art. Her large assortment of regional and traditional vegetarian dishes are slowly cooked with rich, flavorful spices under burning wood. Most importantly, Senah cooks from the heart and that is what makes every bite so extraordinarily special. Also, she is so generous she shares her gift of cooking by providing a class to anyone interested in learning the art of Indian cuisine. Moreover, the time I spent with Prakash Dahmi was invaluable. He is a nature enthusiast, environmentalist, a storyteller, and a spiritual soul. I had expressed interest in meditation while there and Mr. Dhami took time to teach me. We had great conversations of the benefits of meditation and how to actually do it. The time and interest he took to further my knowledge was very special. I am so grateful to Mr. Dhami for providing me the opportunity to learn and experience meditation in the sacred peaks of the Himalayas. If you are a nature lover, a foodie, a trekker, or simply someone looking for peace and rejuvenation look no further! Come and experience it ALL at the Himalayan Orchard Hut. Honestly, its an experience of a life time which you will treasure always.
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