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Had a wonderful experience of staying in a 1905 constructed Colonial Dak Bungalow beautifully, creatively and passionately preserved and managed by Mrs and Mr. Gupta.The Dak Bungalow has 2 suites and 1 double bedroom.We stayed in Lavender suite, which has a large living cum bedroom,...More
We went to this place seeking to just breathe good air and rest. It is a fantastic place and the credit for making it even better goes wholly to the Guptas. Their story of turning this abandoned structure into what it is today is inspiring....More
Visited Peora in April 2017 with family. The place is ideal for a long staycation. Rooms have attached kitchenette where you can cook your own meal. There is a 'Shivalaya' down the jungle from the Dak Bungalow and we really enjoyed the trek. Overall a...More
Its been an overwhelming experience to spend few days at the Dak bungalow,Peora with my parents. Nestled among nature, this old bungalow has been retained with its old vintage charms and nurtured are trees and plants, to nourish birds and relax in the canopy of...More
The Dak Bungalow at Peora was in our mind for quite some time. A few mail exchanges with Mr. Pradeep Gupta finalising our exact dates, sealed the deal for us. It's a two hour meandering ride from Kathgodam railway station. A couple of stoppages for...More
Hi Adil. Peora lies about 80-90km from Kathgodam, nearest rail head, a scenic three hour drive. To book this place you'll have to go through India Untravelled. Doubt if Peora has alternatives to offer.