The Budget Room is a cosy room suitable for young couples and traveling pairs. It has a double bed and an attached bathroom with geyser for hot water. Instead of a balcony, the Budget Room has a private verandah as can be seen in the featured photos. Please note that the wash-basin is located in the bedroom instead of in the bathroom. Please look at the room fotos. Guests may please note that the maximum guest limit for this room is two. It is not possible to accommodate a third guest.
“This place is amazing! The location is fantastic, it offers views of the white peaked mountains all around. The dining room and common areas are cozy and elegant. Food is homely and hygienic. The best of all is that the host and the manager are very helpful. They arranged transport for me and my bike after I had a skiing accident. Kudos to them for their sincere and humanly approach. I’m definitely gonna be visiting again !”
My place is close to great views, great treks, waterfalls and swimming holes, snow peaks, river, traditional villages, culture, organic food, beautiful walks. You’ll love my place because of the ambience, natural beauty, serene, comfortable interiors, Fresh sheets and towels, stunning views, yummy organic food, culture, happy people and much more . My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, families (with kids), and big groups(up to 12).
“An unassuming board indicated that we reached Peaches and Pears, our home stay destination at Gopeshwar, Chamoli district, Uttrakand state. The first thing that struck me was the variety of flowers in myriad colours covering the facade. Negotiating the 15 odds steps to the building was a bit of a challenge. But that was forgotten the moment we reached the main house where the host Mrs. Rawat greeted us with a huge smile and piping hot tea. When she guided us to the first floor accommodation with a stunning view of the mountains and valley, all the tiredness of driving 7 hours from Rishikesh to Gopeshwar was forgotten. The slight drizzle added to the romance of viewing the mountains through the mist. True to the name of the property peach and Pears trees are found everywhere in addition to mango, figs and a variety of other trees. Peaches and pears has seven rooms in all- three above the main house , three on the left wing of the property and one on the right wing of the property with a huge terrace. While all the rooms have the stunning views, we were very happy when we were put up in the first floor rooms. Well furnished with comfortable seating arrangements with sofas and a futon, and double bed with invitingly placed comforter and blankets, tempted us to curl up on the bed. But the mountain breeze, inviting hot tea and view won over the temptation to be in bed. I have used home stay accommodations in several states of India. In many, while the rooms are nice and food is great, the bath room maintenance, hot water provision and quality of towels are often compromised. What impressed me in Peaches and Pears is the spacious bathroom, with solar heated running water (shower) and clean fluffy towels. The room decor is simple and use of local products like door frame of a traditional home, pine cones kept in a cart etc added to the charm. Our host, wife of (late) Major Rawat , is a charming host who ensured that each meal provides an exposure to local Garhwali cuisine by using fresh herbs and vegetables from her own garden in addition to any request made by the guests. The stuffed paranthas (panner, potato/eggs) for breakfast with hot masala tea with ginger and Tulsi is a memorable feast. Usually meals are served (weather permitting) on the huge terrace with a beautiful view of mountains and hundreds of stars above. We were told that some of the bird watching guests or trekkers requests for parties with born fire and barbeque, which is organised on the terrace. We were lucky to have clear sky and could watch the moon rising between the mountains. Perhaps Peaches and Pears is the only place where one could watch both moon rising at night and sun rise early morning, just sitting on your chair in the balcony with a hot cup of tea cradled in the palms. Our...”
At 2850 meters above the sea level, far from the maddening crowds within the Kedarnath Musk Deer Sanctuary´s Rhododendron and Oak forests lies a quaint little Mud Hut. The Mud Hut has local stone and wood construction and is plastered with a cow dung & mud paste. To complete the local look, the Hut also has a thatched roof. The hut has 5 cosy rooms with a view on the first floor and a spacious hall with a small fire place on the ground level.
“An excellent place to stay especially if you are looking for a holiday in which you want close to be nature. The staff is very courteous and make an extra effort to make the stay comfortable. We even experienced snowfall after many years. We enjoyed the food and specially the organic chapatis. The view was very scenic and joyful. In Night the sky was very clear and we enjoyed clear sky. galaxy of Stars view as well. It was Enjoyable and joyful stay at your place. Thanks for your hospitality. Took back nice memories and good experience. Even my dog (golden retriever) enjoyed the best time.”