Ek Chidiya

Ek Chidiya, spread over an acre of land, has a cottage comprising four bedrooms with attached modern bathrooms, and a common dining area. It is surrounded by orchards and fields on all sides. You won’t get to hear the television here, but you can occasionally hear a cow mooing at a distance, or a cricket crooning right outside your window. On local festive occasions, the faded sounds of the dholak come wafting from the village temple, which is located at a half-hour trek from the cottage. The ambience can slowly help you become a resting Kumaoni villager with us.

The cottage has been constructed in the traditional method – with a tin roof, mud-plastered walls and stone floors. Each room has an open sit-out area.

The common dining area is where buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner are served. A limited room service menu is also available for the in-between times.

Two separate rooms are available for the maids and drivers accompanying the guests. They will be charged a nominal sum for the stay and food (see the Tariff page for details).