Nestled around 77 km from Shimla, Kharapathar is a charming village in Himachal Pradesh. It’s perched at an altitude of 8770 feet. Surrounded by lush green vegetation and apple orchards, the popular trekking destination derives its name from a giant egg-shaped rock. If the picturesque green slopes of Kharapathar beckon you, then here’s why you must stay at Echor Bhramara Estate.
Echor Bhramara Estate, Kharapathar Promises You Mountain Views
A two-hour drive from Shimla, Echor Bhramara Estate, Kharapathar is a gorgeous hotel that promises panaromic mountain views. Far enough from the tourist crowded Shimla, yet fairly close enough from Jakhu temple, you’d be assured of a secluded holiday in the mountains. Experience a quiet side of Himachal here. The five-acre property, away from the rest of the world offers fresh mountain air, pine trees and apple orchards. Wake up to the sounds of chirping birds and fresh snowfall during the winters. The adventurous Kharapathar trekking trails are just a walk away.
Stay In Cosy Rooms Designed Like Forest Cabins
At Echor Bhramara Estate, there are seven spacious rooms including luxurious suites taht comfortably accommodate a family of four. The rooms are inspired by charming wooden forest cabins. During the chilly winters, you can huddle around the fireplace to keep warm. With a balcony offering you unending mountain views, you may never want to get out of your cosy room. The rooms have a seating area, double bed, electric kettle, wardrobe and attached bathroom. Book a room here from ₹5000 per night onwards.
Gorge On Authentic Himachali Cuisine
When it comes to food, you can relish a sumptuous vegetarian breakfast here. Soak in the beautiful views over a meal of Indian, European and Himachali delicacies. While it’s tempting to tuck into Maggi and sip Chai in a corner, enjoying views of the Pabbar Valley, we’d say when in Rome, act like the Romans. Enjoy traditional local food like Patrode, Cheele, Siddu and Babru. And ofcourse, how can you forget Dhaam, a wholesome meal of rajma, rice, jaggery, curd and boor ki kadi? This will give you all the strength and warmth you need to explore the Kharapathar hills.
Well, the next time you’re in Himachal, skip staying in tourist crowded places like Shimla or Manali. Instead, perch yourself at this secluded yet homely hotel.