Idyllic Haven Home-stay, Gaunap Village, BinsarA charmingly rustic home-stay with basic comforts expected by urban dwellers. Gaunap, a village inside Binsar wildlife sanctuary in Uttarakhand Himalayas, India is far away from the usual hustle-bustle of cities. No roads (yes, you have to trek 3 km to reach the village!) and poor mobile connectivity (perfect digital detox!) give you an opportunity to experience nature at its best.
Joshicottage "Birding paradise" (Binsar)There are very few places to stay actually inside the wonderful Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary - but this idyllic spot is one of them. In the village of Dalar, which has only ten families and no road access, Santosh Joshi and his family have created two simple but well-appointed guest houses, one sleeping 4 and the other 2. Each guest house is self-contained, with kitchen, sitting room, and bedrooms, running hot and cold water, modern wc, and electricity.
Mountain Rooms at Mohan's Binsar Retreat NewMohan`s Binsar Retreat is situated 10 kms from Almora on Binsar Road near Kasar Devi temple overlooking hillock covered with cedar trees and rhododendron. The retreat offers cottages sporting local architecture overlooking green surroundings and Himalayan views. The rooms are neat and clean, offering homely atmosphere, cool and calm surroundings and elegant interiors making this place the best place to stay & relax. The retreat offers a café in the outdoor space serving a variety of delicacies.