Excellent location with a awesome view . Extremely cozy room -one of the best even in -10 C . Fantastic food especially the local pizza. Hosts are wonderful . Anything you need they are ready to help with a smile . Only issue is that they don’t have many rooms .
It's amazing how owner of Tara homestay is able to diversify itself into many staying options, they have riverside tents, homestay and hotel all in Mud: a place with no network whatsoever. Tara house homestay is a small place with four rooms above restaurant out of which two have attached washrooms and two with common washroom. We booked room with attached washroom but they are tiny. Rooms were clean and decent in size with windows on two sides. They also have provision for heating rooms in winter by tandoor pipe. Host and staff were very welcoming and caring. Food was also good, must try egg fried rice.
Mud is quite a remote place and an off beat destination in Spiti valley. The road to Mud village is quite dusty and the roads are in bad condition. The road to Mud passes through Pin National park and who knows if you are in for a surprise and spot Wild animals. We were lucky and spotted a leopard and a fox in the late evening. Talking about Mud - it’s a beautiful hamlet in the midst of dark but beautiful Mountains. The town have a total of 12-13 homes and around 5-6 are Homestays. Sonam Tara/ Tara Homestay is one of the best homestays in Mud and the rooms are also quite decent with a good view of the surrounding panaroma. This place needs a special mention about it’s food. We were served delicious pizza in the evening snacks and the place where the food is served is quite cosy and comfortable. We really liked the food preparation and all the dishes be it sabzi, daal were delicious. We even had pan cakes in the breakfast( can u imagine being served tempting pan cakes in a such a remote place), hats off to the brothers who run this place. Note: phone network even BSNL doesn’t get any reception here so sit back don’t panic and enjoy the stay and ensure to do a small trek till Pin Parvati ( most of us are lazy so didn’t mention to climb the trek) but it would be really adventurous to climb Pin Parvati though.…
We enjoyed the small cozy rooms at this very hospitable home stay.. this was our first experience of a home stay, but I must say it was a memorable one. The food was very nice with many options.. The dogs there are so friendly that they will roam with you to the places around.. We did a small trek to the Riverside with a local dog in the early morning and it really the peace of mind we were looking for.. Clean flowing chilled water in the Pin Valley surrounded by snow covered peaks.. The host Mr. Kunzang Tara was very hospitable and suggested us with good food and places to visit around for treks in our future endeavors.. This is the best home stay in Mudh Village, Pin Valley..
We stayed here for one night and this is one of the best homestays in mud as far as we have seen. This property is pet friendly, they have four rooms and two rooms with attached bathroom and two with one common bathroom. If you love nature, this is an ideal location as there is plenty of greenery ,you can walk along the water stream,peas field, and do much more. People of the property were kind and welcoming.The peaceful and fresh environment is what we enjoyed the most.The food was amazing and filled with kindness. We enjoyed all our meals. However the size of the rooms and bathrooms is a bit small but soon they are going to renovate their property.I would definitely recommend this place to others.
We stayed here for a night. The views are amazing. The rooms are good. And above all the hospitality is amazing. We came late for dinner and they lady had to go to feed his son bit for us she specially stayed and made food for us including their special pizza. The food was good too.
Stayed for a night. Great views with terrific trails to go on walks. The owners accommodated request for a last minute change of date by putting up in another place. The home made foods were excellent!
In the lap of the Himalayas, here's a village in the middle of no where. Surrounded by snow clapped peaks on all sides, here live a bunch of humble villagers who make a living through tourism. Though in extreme conditions, Sonam Tara (the owner of Tara guests house) owns most of the home stays in the village and is a super host. He leaves no stone unturned to provide whatever best one can in those conditions. His family took care of us by all means and provided the best support. If you happen to drive through Spiti, a detour to Mud is a must and meeting Sonam and his family will be an icing on the cake.
We stayed at Tara Guest House / Home Stay for a night. The rooms are small but well appointed and clean. Best part is that the place is a traditional mud house and therefore, very warm in the harsh winters that the place experiences. The village of Mud is a quaint little hamlet with charming people and lovely views. Highly recommended.
We stayed at this property on 15 September 2019. Good room, good bathroom with hot water 24x7 from geyser fitted in bathroom. good food, the host/owner is very good person and happy to help guests. Due to staff shortage they are unable to provide service on time