PailaaaG Resort is ideally situated in Mukteshwar among Apple and Peach orchards, in a serene, peaceful valley and its rooms offer breath-taking views of Nanda Devi (India’s second-highest peak) and Trishul peak.
The resort sits in a vintage building, built in 1942, and its architecture is a classic example of fusion between Victorian Colonial architecture’ and traditional Himalayan homes. The reddish roofs of the rooms, wide ancient style window frames made of wood and picket barriers brings alive the reminiscences of British Raj.
The resort has an in-house, multi-cuisine restaurant, free parking, high-speed Wi-Fi, bon-fire and night camping facility, 24-hour support-staff, and is ideal for a family retreat away from the chaos of Indian cities, and even some of the hilly tourist destinations like Nanital, Shimla and Manali.
The Resort has plentiful Apple and Peach trees, and a small area for organic farming that serves the in-house restaurant. There are eight rooms in the resort, four of which offer majestic views of Nanda Devi, India’s second-highest peak, from its windows and terrace. All rooms have spacious toilets, with 24-hour hot running water, fireplace, and room-heating facility.
There is also a library in the resort, nurtured with great care and appetite, where guests can find books on a wide array of topics ranging from local Uttarakhand history, Indian culture and history, travelogues, books on Indic religions, as well as books by great fiction writers like Franz Kafka, V S Naipaul, Khaled Hosseini, Dorris Lessing, R K Narayan and many more.
Chauli-ki-Jali and Mukteshwar Temple are at a distance of 7 km from the resort, while Bhalu Gaad Waterfall is at a distance of 5 km.