What to know before you go :
- Located on the bank of Kalwari stream, which joins up with the Tirthan River about 500mts down the stream
- The scenic view is an added bonus watching the sunset with cup of hot coffee to water you down makes your day
- This region boast some of the richest trout rivers/streams
- Tastefully and beautifully done up rooms, kitchenettes, and lounging areas
About the property:
Gone Fishing Cottages are located in Deori Village, 500 metres upstream from where the Kalwari Nullah merges with the Tirthan River. We are within the eco-zone of the Great Himalayan National Park, an unmatched UNESCO World Heritage Site. Hemmed by orchards and step farming fields on one side, pine and deodar forests on another, our cottages are quite literally cushioned in nature's lap. Your stay is bound to forge an abiding camaraderie with this luxuriant and still pristine valley. Newly-sawn wood and freshly-hewn stone define the look and feel of our cottages. The cottages are a fine balance between rustic grace and modern comfort. Large, plush rooms with plenty of natural light come equipped with a ‘Bukhari' and oil heater each. Hot water is available 24/7. For your indoor time, LCD TVs connected to Tata Sky keep you company.
The cottages are a fine balance between rustic grace and modern comfort. Large, plush rooms with plenty of natural light come equipped with a 'bukhari' and oil heater each. Hot water is available 24/7. For your indoor time, LCD TVs connected to Tata Sky to keep you company.
Upto 4 Adults Breakfast Included
From 1400 hours
Until 1200 hours
Situated besides the Tirthan River in Himachal Pradesh at an altitude of 1600 meters, Tirthan Valley is a gateway to the Great Himalayan National Park. A place where you can easily forget the world to relax and have loads of nature walks following one trail or the other, into the woods or besides the river.