Live Amidst Nature
Cocooned in snug Himalayan silences, sleep comes blissful here. 17 individual cottages, created in the local architectural style using mud, stone and poplar, are accessed through a footpath. Each cottage connects to a private garden and sit-out. White distressed walls and black oxide floors offer a soothing contrast to the wooden ceiling. Contemporary furniture features quiet elegance, complemented by handpicked rugs and soft furnishings, inducing the weary traveller to relax and give in to restful contemplation. Beds, those all-important temples of healing, are made up with fine brushed cotton sheets, luxurious quilts and deep pillows. Yawn!
Freestanding double-occupancy rooms with a King-sized bed and sunbed.
Our comfortable cottages offer a wonderful view of the snow capped Himalayas. A garden door takes you from your door step to a private terrace under the shade of willow trees. The perfect spot to unwind, take in the view, and let the local birds lull you to contented bliss.
Tranquil Family Cottage
Two interconnected cottages (separated by double doors), each with a King-sized bed that can be separated into twin beds, with the option to add a third bed.
One with our Environment
The House Of Trees is run and managed by a team that believes in the ethos of eco-living and sustainable development. Our 17 cottages, constructed using traditional methods with local materials (river rocks, mud, and poplar wood, no concrete) are distributed throughout the property in a way that allows each to leverage the natural resources unique to our area. All of our cottages have their own private garden sitout offering mountain views. Based on the placement of century-old elm trees, some cottages even have hammocks for true relaxation in nature.