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... stayed in a group cottage where each of us had a separate bedroom and a big common living room..the rooms are very cozy...
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... taste And you can spend hours on the deck outside your room, soaking in the panorama of the Himalayas. If you are lucky,...
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... of the 100 acre land surrounded by mountains and trees. The room allocated to us was perfect for 3 of us with a sit out lawn...
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Answer from Madhur C
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Dear WandererK..., The suites have two rooms. A master bedroom with living space and attached bath; and a small room with...
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Nancy J wrote a review Jan 2012
Mumbai, India10 contributions10 helpful votes
This place has got some amazing reviews..but to be honest I got a bit scared when I read one of the reviewers comment that this place is not worth the distance..thankfully that did not make us cancel the trip otherwise we would have missed this unforgettable experience..

We were a group of 3 couples and we wanted to go to a place which was away from the hustle bustle of city..It couldn’t get any better for us. We stayed in a group cottage where each of us had a separate bedroom and a big common living room..the rooms are very cozy and comfortable with an amazing view of the Himalayas.

Me and my husband were travelling from Mumbai..so it was a really long journey for us..my advice to anyone visiting Misty Mountains is do not plan a rushed vacation..make a plan to stay there for at least 4-5 days..

They have so much to offer that you can plan your holiday the way you want..Adventures, picnics, birding or if you are like us, you can spend all days happily doing nothing :)

We were pleasantly surprised by the hospitality, cleanliness and the maintenance of the place. The staff is very helpful. A special mention to the lovely hosts – Madhur and Ambika…they have set-up a beautiful home there and it is definitely worth a visit.
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Date of stay: December 2011Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Response from madhurchhabra, Owner at The Misty Mountains
Responded 21 Jan 2012
Dear Nancy, Thank you for a positive feedback on your stay with us. And a especial thanks to all of you for making the New year celebrations colorful and lively! Hope to see you call here again sometime.:) regards, madhur and ambika
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PVKrishna wrote a review Dec 2014
Mumbai, India42 contributions25 helpful votes
Located as it is in the middle of a thousand acre property, the silence here can be cut with a knife!
The rooms are very carefully built and maintained, and are extremely comfortable.
Do not miss out on the walks from here, through either the forest beyond the resort, or along the road through which you drove in. And if you feast on the wild raspberries growing alongside, you will never forget their heavenly taste
And you can spend hours on the deck outside your room, soaking in the panorama of the Himalayas. If you are lucky, and a thundershower comes by, the sight of the clouds billowing in across and down the hill will take your breath away.
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Date of stay: June 2014Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Response from Madhur C, Owner at The Misty Mountains
Responded 5 Mar 2015
Dear PV Krishna, Thank you for writing an evocative review of our retreat. It is indeed a serene, quiet and beautiful location that we have developed into our home and vocation. Hope to see you here again sometime :) Ambika and Madhur
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Rohit26 wrote a review Jan 2015
Mumbai, India40 contributions62 helpful votes
Visited this place with my wife and 3 yr old kiddie. This was our second destination of the six we visited to cover entire Kumaon . Had to choose btwn Misty Mountains and Ojaswi Resort Chaukori and I would say I am glad I chose this place. Right from time I started my journey from Binsar and reached the resort Madhur, the owner of the resort was in touch with me. Initially it looked a bit tiring journey and was warned that things can get a bit tricky especially before the 2 kms stretch of the resort. When we reached Ram Nagar the resorts Jeep was waiting for the pick-up. As we transferred in the jeep from my car (had booked Xylo for the entire trip) we moved to an entire different experience, an experience of a life time. Although that 2kms stretch has virtually no road, and passes through complex curves and edges of the mountain, but it can be fun and hell of an experience. Kudos to Madhur and Ambika, for maintaining the natural beauty of the place and being the perfect host. You have to visit this place for 3 things, the view, view and the VIEW. It’s a stunning property in the middle of the 100 acre land surrounded by mountains and trees. The room allocated to us was perfect for 3 of us with a sit out lawn and a huge window right next to our bed which opens up to the beautiful snow clad mountains. Service was perfect. Food fantastic. Ambika (Madhurs wife) perfect host and one should definitely try her hand made pickles and jams (Plum and Apple). They are out of the world. One should definelty try the sun set point trek and I am thankful to those two lads (I forgot their name) who tirelessly carried my son all along the trek so that we can be in time to see one of the most beautiful sunset locations you would have seen at the top of the jungle.
:Summing up, stunning place, definitely once visit, tricky to reach, worth the effort :

PS: Just one small thing which as a guest we were not pleased was if upfront we were updated on the various charges to be paid xtra, like for the sunset point visit, born fire charges. Though the charges negligible and had no issues paying them just a suggestion if they can be mentioned upfront. And one last thing again a very small issue, usually when you say all meals included with lunch and dinner one will assume a basic standard part of any meal is Soup and you will not be charged xtra for the same.
Just few suggestions but Madhur and Ambika you guys were perfect hosts and will definitely recommend this place to friends and family
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Date of stay: December 2014Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Madhur C, Owner at The Misty Mountains
Responded 5 Mar 2015
Dear Rohit, Thank you for writing a detailed review of our place, appreciating the experience and your genuine feedback on small changes we need to make. We have already incorporated most of your suggestions and the charges are now published online as well. We had also displayed these in the activity area when you were here but it seems they are not obvious enough to be seen by everyone. We will find a solution for that. Thank you again for your invaluable feedback. Cheers! Ambika and Madhur
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Krishna031 wrote a review Jun 2019
Delhi, Delhi, India8 contributions6 helpful votes
The Misty Mountains is a small property in The Misty Mountains is a small property
in the Kumaon hills, a mind-blowing location, more beautiful than anywhere I have been before. Though the journey is a long one, 490 km from Delhi, it is more than worthwhile once one gets there.

The rooms all face the Himalayan snow ranges, and the view is a 180 degree one. One could spend hours just looking the mountains.

We were in a suite which could comfortably accommodate a family of 4. Everything was clean and comfortable, the service excellent. Since the property is built on a hillside, a bit of climbing up and down was required if one wanted to stroll about, but nothing very demanding even for us senior citizens.

This is not the place to go if your idea of a holiday is 5 star hotels, chilled beer by the pool side etc. It is a place where you breathe clean air, listen to birdsong all day and watch the valleys and mountains stretching out before you. Long walks in the forest are also organized, where an experienced young man, Raju,took us through the forest to a distant meadow from where we had a magnificent view of the sunset. All along the 4 km walk there and back, Raju took excellent care of the group especially one of us who was having greater difficulty than others. He was by her side all along and at the end even she was as surprised as she was happy that she had been able to do it!

Since Misty Mountains is so remote, we ate all our meals there, and I can't speak highly enough of the food. It was delicious, and made more so by the array of pickles and jams made inhouse using locally available fruit and vegetable.

What made our stay so wonderful was also the presence of the couple who run the hotel, Madhur and Ambika Chabra. They were wonderful hosts - warm, friendly, a mine of information about the forests, the birds, the animals found there. In fact, every person who worked there was so friendly and willing to help, that it felt as though we had known them for ages!

A place I certainly would love to go back to.
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Date of stay: May 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
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AlpineKorps wrote a review Jun 2019
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Large well lit room, bunk beds for kids, acres of trees and fauna, friendly staff, a place remote and secluded from elsewhere + On a clear day a view of the Himalayas (Trishul, Nanda Devi cluster etc.) right from your room.
If you are an early riser there is quite a bit of bird watching you can do in the morning.

In addition, you can do a few treks, play badminton/table tennis/chess/game of cards in the indoor high roofed hall.

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner are buffet affairs. You are better off having these, as the property is self sufficient & delightfully remote. Through our entire trip to Uttarakhand we had been wanting to have local food and were lucky enough to have Kumaon food when it was served at lunch on one of the days. Would vote for more variation in the breakfast buffet though, and perhaps some continental in lunch or dinner.

The place is so serene and relaxing that i would take a few books along the next time. Now, where's my hammock!
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Madhur C, Owner at The Misty Mountains
Responded 13 Jun 2019
Thank you for the sweet and short to the point review. The hammocks have been purchased and are in transit. Should be installed most monsoons. Next trip then? regards, Ambika, Madhur, Suroohi and Rags
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WandererKolkata asked a question Apr 2015
Kolkata5 contributions
Please describe the suites and their tariff.
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Answer from Madhur C
Apr 2015 |
Dear WandererK..., The suites have two rooms. A master bedroom with living space and attached bath; and a small room with 2 bunk beds for kids. please refer Rosevilla suites pics on our tariff page.
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