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Himalayan Orchard Huts

Village Chadiyara, PO Batt Distt., Chamba 176310 India
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Himalayan Orchard Huts is an Eco Home stay in Organic farm run by Dhami Family. In Chamba Valley 12 Km Away from Town on the bank of Saal River. One have to walk 15 to 25 Min through terrace fields of Western Himalayas.
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Arnab Kumar Nath wrote a review Nov 2018
Ahmedabad, India8 contributions1 helpful vote
Before I start writing anything, I extend my sincere gratitude to Dami family for the love and affection they offered to each one of us. It seemed, we knew each other for long..... This is a perfect home stay at the lap of Himalaya .... wonderful opportunity to explore the nature .... the variety of flora, a short track to reach the property crossing a small river .... an amazing experience.... Over and above the food served with lot of love by Aunty jee and Dami family made our stay memorable.... everything was so pure and organic.... We reached the properties on Diwali evening and we were involved in Family puja and Diwali celebration along with other guests .... an amazing evening under the star with crackers ..... My sincere gratitude to Mr PRAKASH Dami, Ms Phalgooni for
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Date of stay: November 2018
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Richard A wrote a review Oct 2018
1 contribution1 helpful vote
The first thing to say is that, it does take a little effort to reach the Orchard Hut. There’s no getting away from that. From the road a path drops down to the rushing river Saal. A stout bridge leads to a climb up through terraced fields of maize or wheat. The path is well-made and zig-zags back and forth between fruit trees. It takes a little over ten minutes…. maybe fifteen if you stop to rest along the way. And you don’t have to carry your bags or suitcases. For some people the walk Is enjoyable – a chance to stretch your legs after hours spent in a car. Others find it harder – to them I would say that it’s the walk that makes the destination even more rewarding, the glass of cool natural spring-water more refreshing, the chai taste sweeter, the food (including Chamba
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Date of stay: September 2018
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Ariel Z wrote a review Sep 2018
Berkeley, California28 contributions7 helpful votes
As a solo female traveler, spending the new year abroad felt like a challenge. But after arriving at the homestay of the Dhami family I immediately felt at home. The home cooked meals, beautiful rooms, and endless laughs provided me with a sense of community and groundedness as the new year came upon us. I cannot recommend this place more. You will find yourself surrounded by love upon a hill looking out over the Himalayas. A great place to reflect, journal, draw, paint, and learn about life in the mountains. Love love love the Dhami family
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Date of stay: December 2017
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RaPUNzElIvorytower wrote a review Aug 2018
Pune, India24 contributions10 helpful votes
The walls surrounding me are mud, the window framing the views are wooden. I step on riverbed pebbles to wander in the orchard of plums and apricots and kiwis. Along the path is the cowshed looking down on the pen and the coop. I chew some mint and basil on the way. The path ahead winds down to terraced fields, some ploughed and some being ploughed. The bullocks are pulling the plough ahead while the seeds are scattered behind. It is Van Gogh's painting and I enter it. As I hold the plough the bullocks dash ahead in speed, it is tricky to keep up with them and at the same time guide the plough. It gets stuck at some places on the underground stones and then there are the turnings to be maneuvered. It is needless to say there is sweat on my brow but never has the food later
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Date of stay: June 2018
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richyansen wrote a review Aug 2018
London, United Kingdom3 contributions
My partner and I stayed 3 nights at Orchard Huts and did 3 nights trekking. The lodge is nicely secluded and peaceful, the perfect escape if you’ve been in the city. Everyone is very welcoming and looks after you. The food is a highlight, always delicious, including what is provided during the trek.
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Date of stay: August 2018
US$53 - US$57 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
IndiaHimachal PradeshChamba DistrictChamba
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