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Wed, 06 Jun – Thu, 07 Jun (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
kausani estate dist.bageshwar, Kausani , 263620 | Show on Map
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Aashritha Hotel, operating 24-hour front desk, provides accommodation in Kausani. It is located at 2 km from the Anashakti Ashram and at 55 km from the Kukuchina Bus Stand.
Spread across 3 floor, this property houses 6 rooms with attached baths and hot/cold running water supplies.
Each room has bottled drinking water, wardrobe, and reading lamp. This Kausani hotel provides its guests 24-hour room service and laundry. It houses a garden. Aashritha Hotel is accessible from the Kathgodam Railway Station (136 km) and the Pantnagar Airport (170 km).
The hotel operates a travel desk and arranges free airport transportation. From this hotel, the Golu Devta Mandir (temple) is at 9 km, and the Chanouda Gandhi Ashram is at 10 km.
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by folkpoet80 on January 4, 2018
Let me make one thing clear. There is absolutely nothing special about this place other than the Location. They have the BEST spot of land in the area (along with KMVN that's down the road) which gives you a panoramic view of the mountain ranges from Trishul to Panchachuli. It seems like they bought an old house and converted into a Homestay Hotel with ZERO efforts. The rooms have ZERO privacy. We heard the people in the adjoining OR room downstairs *breathe, snore, talk*. Yes, I really felt that the personn was snowing just 2 feet away from me. The walls are paper thin, and the roofing/flooring of Wood has had no work done on it, so it was absolutely not built for a Hotel. It seems like you are staying in one big room with a bunch of strangers. There is no effort to make the rooms presentable. It seems like a concrete room with blank walls in a hotel in Pahadganj. Lastly, when my wife fell horribly sick on eating their sandwich and vomited all over and developed unusual shivering. Instead of showing some sense and asking whether we needed any meds, they showed me the expiry date of the Amul Cheese packet. An absolute nightmare. When asked for extra blanket, they really gave us a hard time and tried to justify that we already had plenty and should not get more. After 30 mins, they finally gave us an extra blanket. When I told all this to the Register person (Aditya?), he was quick to promise another blanket. I do want to mention that my wife is a seasoned trekker who's been to temperatures as low as **minus 30** and to see her shivering like this, I felt really helpless and outraged. Since she is a doctor and also had not eaten anything else the entire day, she attributed the UNUSUAL shivering to food infection. In a few minutes, the server said that the owner has refused the extra blanket (whatever was told by Aditya went out the window). Despite the high praises, IMHO - the attitude of the owner was pathetic to say the least. When I called him, he refused to acknolwedge that it could be food poisioning and did not seem apologetic or offer any help. -They charged 3200 per day that included no meals -The final bill was botched up and had miscalculations. If I had not summed it myself, they would happily overcharged us. The Final bill also included some random Sweets which we never ordered. -The place offers zero privacy, walls are worse than paper thin and the entire room shakes like an earth quake, which shows how much *effort* has gone on to maintain this place -There was utter lack of sensitivity in the Desk person and the owner. I do want to point out that the other 2 servers were super nice -The food (other than the horrible sandwiches) was decent @ Owner - simply owning a place does not give you a right to exploit simply because you have a heavenly piece of land overlooking the divine Himalayas. It won't hurt to show kindness (you are charging a LOT, people are not staying for FREE) when someone falls sick after eating your food. How about offering some medicine instead of defending your food by showing me Expiration Date of Cheese Slices? Hope this does not happen to others. Meanwhile, our new year's eve was ruined. @ Others - Nevertheless, we are the kind of people who spend minimal time on property or inside rooms, so while you're here, do take the 10KM Hike to Pinakeshwar Mahadev shrine in the forest and if you do stay here, be ready for all the noise (it's worse than a Hostel). Me and my wife both are seasoned travelers and trekkers and Himalayas are our first home, so while the place might seem AWESOME to first time or rare visitors to mountains, but given a choice I would never recommend this place. I would stick with KMVN anyday (they are much higher and provide a better view)
by Nikhil_Rao81 on December 7, 2017
This is one place you dont want to miss if you are taking a trip to Uttarakhand. I am a typical city dweller from Mumbai always looking for a new place, a new adventure. Me and my wife were on our annual trip to and decided to take a road trip to Uttrkahand. Afte r hiring a car from Delhi our first stop was Corbett. After the usual disappointment of not seeing tigers we needed to an experience to keep our trip in high spirits and Aashritas was just the perfect place. As we made our ascend to the hotel it was twilight and we could see the Nanda devi peak giving us the final peak.We got up early to see this breathtaking view of the mountains when the sun kisses the peak of each mountain, some sort of a good morning ritual. This was all sitting in a relaxing chair on the balcony. i think enough has been said on the view, but what is most enticing is the food the guys prepare. I would only go back for the food. The mutton curry is an absolute hit. Ajay keep up the good work. i will surely make another trip when Im around.
by spacemeup on November 21, 2017
An outstanding location with breathtaking unrestricted views of the ice clad mountain ranges. Quaint, peaceful place. Very warm and hospitable staff who is ever ready to serve with a smile. Ajay who manages the place is always available to assist and advise on things to do. Ample parking available. I chose to stay at the room on the first floor and that was a great decision. The food is amazing too.
by whistlingnomads on September 6, 2017
After riding our motorbikes for 450 plus kms from delhi, we reached this beautiful place. The rooms are tastefully done. They are big, spacious and provide a brilliant view of Himalayas. The staff is friendly and warm. The room service and food is great. A perfect place to spend a long vacation.
by JyotirajHazarika on July 28, 2017
They say Monsoon season isnt the time to head towards hills. But somehow, I was always intrigued by the idea of visiting places, during their off season. Reason why, the idea of Hills in the rains, appealed to me. So, after hearing horror stories of hours long traffic jams at the popular places, we decided on an off-beat place. Also, most of the popular places were anyway, covered by us, a few times, in the past. Kausani it was,for us. While hunting for a decent place to stay at Kausani, we realised that even during off season, most of the places were booked. But guess, we were lucky to come across a place that had a room for us on the preferred dates. Aashritha. We were lucky as the booking for the same room, got cancelled at the last moment. With our date & place decided upon, we started from Delhi on Friday late evening. The plan was to cover the plain area in the night and start with our hill ascent by dawn. But then, as there was hardly any traffic on our way, we were at Haldwani by 3 am. Instead of waiting till morning, we decided to continue with our journey. And it was a good decision. We reached Ranikhet at around 6.30 am. And seeing the sun rise and the sights of the morning sky, while we sipped our morning cuppa at a roadside tapree, was therapeutic for our tired nerves. Almost 8 hour of travel tiredness seemed to evaporate in a moment. Yes, like many, am also a fan of sun rises by the sea. But seeing the sun rise, from behind the mountain ranges is an experience, I will cherish for a long time. Soon, we found ourselves meandering our way through the hills to Kausani. Located at a distance of 55 KM from Ranikhet, the road to Kausani is narrow but very well maintained. The climb isnt too steep and is dotted with stretches lined with pine trees. Scenic! Kausani welcomed us with its crisp, pollution-free mountain air, at around 7.30 am. The property, Aashritha, is quite close to the Kausani market, and is bang opposite the Kendriya Vidyalaya, a popular landmark. What impressed us at the very first sight is the view. An uninterrupted view of the Trishul peaks with Nanda Devi in the middle. Perhaps, this place offers the best view of the Himalayan range. I was told so, and now I have a few reasons to believe so. The colonial bunglow is made for those who have a taste for properties with a bit of heritage. Here, you cant expect a contemporary decor and amenities. The rooms are wooden floored & roofed, spacious and decent when it comes to cleanliness. But the washroom was left asking for a bit of more cleanliness. What really impressed us apart from the view at this place, is the service. Prompt, always with a smile and well-informed staff, made our stay all the more pleasurable. Also, the food at this place is something you should look forward to, if youre planning a stay here. Ajay & Deepak together ensure that you face no issues while you are at Aashritha. And the fact that we were served dinner at our preferred time, around midnight is something that pleased us to no end. In a nutshell, Aashritha is actually a pretty good option for your Kausani stay, in the given tariff range. Go for it!
by folkpoet80 on January 3, 2018
by spacemeup on November 21, 2017
by whistlingnomads on September 5, 2017
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