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Gahana Orchards, PO Sargakhet, Mukteshwar , 263132 | Show on Map
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Encircled with blissful views of the city, is Red Roofs Mukteshwar. One can enjoy the scenic sights of the blissful Mukteshwar temple, Chauli Ki Jaali and a magnificent view of the Himalayas with your stay at this splendid hotel.
While presenting such serene views, this budget hotel in Mukteshwar accommodates its guests in spacious super deluxe rooms. These rooms feature modern facilities like welcome amenities, comfortable beds, a TV set with premium channels for amusement and neat attached bathroom with hot/cold water supply.
This budget hotel offers customary hotel benefits like backup generator facility for non-stop power supply; limited hours of front desk for assistance and a security guard for safety. Guests can avail of room service by well-trained and polite staff.
In case of any emergency, this smoke free budget hotel in Mukteshwar also offers doctor-on-call service. /n
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Home away from home
by deezpage on
I was woken up from my slumber by a chirping bird. From half open eye, I saw a colorful blue Eurasian Jay perched in my balcony. Beyond that the skyline bore a deep orange color. Its 5.30 am and the sun would show up anytime right through my window and into the bedroom walla charismatic moment that I experience every time I am hereits these magical moments that have been bringing me back, year after year to resort Red Roofs in a quaint hill town of Mukhteshwar. Far from the maddening crowd, my abode in Red Roofs is made pleasurable by the homely good and excellent service. The owner, an ex-merchant navy office, Pradeep Bisht is always willing to be a guide to treks in the thick deodar forests. Nestled at an altitude of 7500 ft, Mukhteshwar has a long tryst with the British and still boasts of its colonial past. The IVRI (Indian Veteinary Research Institute), setup in 1893 for veterinary experiments, retains its buildings (dated early 20th century), flavor and feel. With a prior permission from IVRI Bareilly, one can stroll through the campus to view the animals, birds and butterflies. With flora and fauna, both at its diverse best, the place is a heaven for those in love with nature. Due to the restrictions, the place has been able to maintain its splendid beauty with sustainable tourism. Mukteshwar, once destination only for few, is now fast gaining popularity in the tourism map. For those who love to be on the move, there are many other options to spend time. A famous shiv mandir at the end of the town is a just a few steps into the forests. One can chat with a baba who resides in the snow covered winters in a stone cave. For the brave hearts, a climb up the chauli ki jali would find a birds eye view of the entire valley. Legend has it that during the old days when travelers could not bear with the atrocities of harsh weather and tough treks, they would jump down from here. With todays well laid network of roads and modern facilities, this is surely not needed. A drive through the IVRI jungle takes to nearby Sitla & Almora towns. Along this drive one can feel the rawness and beauty of nature. There are very few places left so easily accessible and yet so untouched by human intervention as this part of the mountains. The thick deodar forests are also home to bears, leopards and snakes. If you are lucky (or unlucky) you could sight some. The daytime journey though is invariably always safe. The resorts in Mukhteshwar also organize day treks to villages, rock climbing, rapling and other adventure activities. One can always find boisterous groups of school children camping and going for treks. There are numerous avenues to educate kids about environmental awareness and natural surroundings. The other famous hill stations of Nainital, Bhimtal, Sattal are about two hours of easy drive away and can be visited in the same day. The place is also a heaven for bird watching. Himalayan Bulbuls, Bushchats, Barbets, Oriental white-eye, Black-headed Jay, White-throated laughing thrush are among the easily spotted birds. Though Mukhteshwar is an excellent getaway for summers, it has a different flavor across seasons. The monsoons can be enjoyed from the balcony hearing the pitter and patter of the rains on the tin roof and sipping hot Chai & Pakoras. Winters are an opportunity to enjoy white shivering moments sitting in front of fire places and basking in sunny days. Our last new years eve was celebrated drinking and dancing in front of a fireplace while the kitchen rolled out kebabs, pakoras and sumptuous meals. For those with culinary lore, once can request local Kumaoni cuisine. The food is mostly simple but amazingly appealing to the palate. A walk to the nearby village homes gives an insight into the lives of paharis. If you request the resort well in time, they may also arrange folk dance or some pahari drummers. The region, known as the fruit basket of Uttaranchal, has abundant organically produced apples, plums, apricots and kafals (a local fruit) . One can also pack products as jams, pickles and chutneys. Though Mukhteshwar offers a wide variety of activities for those with adventure and fun on their wish list, for the slow travelers, it offers more. But if your idea of a vacation is simply to lay back or to satisfy your literary glands or to simply listen to your favorite music or to just be in sync with the nature, there is no better place than this. One can spend hours basking in the bright sunny days. A stroll to the nearby villages is a great way to spend evenings and also to get to see the lives and ways of simple hill people. The calmness of the place with sounds of nature buzzing all around, one feels rejuvenated and refreshed. Every time I go to Mukhteshwar, I realize doing nothing is an art by itself. Its almost an alien concept in our daily hectic lives which needs to be practiced when one is in the lap of the Himalayas. Once mastered, its the best way to enjoy this serene place. An experience you would want to have more of and a place you will surely return to. How to reach: 8 hours journey by road from Delhi. Nearest railhead is 65km away at Kathgodham which is well linked to Delhi. Nearest airport is at Pantnagar. What to do: Birding, Trekking, Local visits to Shiv temple and Chauli ki Jali, Leisure and Nature Walks, Day trips to Nainital, Sattal, Ramgarh, Shitla. Places to stay: Red Roofs Resort ( 05942286299), PWD Guest House, KMVN Guest House (05942-286263)
review of red retreat (aka roof)
by avantikavijaysingh on
The hotel is located on Cloud 9 Road and you really feel as though you are on cloud 9 with the clouds passing through the verandah and playing on the lawns. The hotel overlooks the valley below and mountains in the distance. You can sit on the verandah the whole day gazing at nature's spread. There's a beautiful sunrise to be viewed from the rooms and an equally beautiful sunset behind the hotel. The owner is very hospitable and can take you for long treks. So if you want to have a rural experience and see how villagers live so courageously alone in the jungles, ask the owner to take you for a trek and view first hand the courage and dignity of rural Kumaon. The rooms are neat and clean and the hotel is good value for money.
Red roof on the top
by VGvines on
Excellent location, budget room and courteous staff. Photographers will love it. Food was like home kitchen food. We clicked lot of photographs. will upload few from my album. do visit us youtube chanel: #VGvines - VGvines VG
Cozy stay at Red Roofs
by GTsasha on
The rooms are neat and tidy. The room service is prompt. Food is good, do try the Kumaoni food, The owner is very hospitable and always ready to help plan your local itinerary. Red Roof hotel adds to the quieteness of the place. Red roofs overlooks the orchards. This hotel is ideal for those who want quiet vacation,
One of the best hotels in Mukteswar
by AyanSarkar1985 on
We did not book this hotel prior to our travel. We had decided to stay at Mukteswar as per our travel plan. so, on the way, we checked into this hotel and found it to be a great place to stay. Also the room cost was not too high. So, we stayed here. It was a nice refreshing stay. The place is great for bird loving people. You can see 10-15 types of bird just by sitting on your room balcony. Also, the rooms are good, toilets are clean. Room service was prompt and hotel staffs were very courteous. Hotel environment was a mesmerizing one since it has good no of trees and the location is great.
we stayed in the cottage and had both rooms to ourselves with the drawing and dining area.
by avantikavijaysingh on June 11, 2018
The hotel is located at the start of Mukteshwar.
by GTsasha on July 10, 2017
Book rooms on 1st floor as it will have nice view
by AyanSarkar1985 on May 4, 2017
best time to view Himalayan range is during winters which is also off season :}
by Siddharth P on February 8, 2013
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