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Rainforest House - Rishikesh

32 Rainforest House - Rishikesh Badarinath Road Down from Nir Gaddu Forest Chowkie, Rishikesh 249201 India
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#3 of 178 B&Bs / Inns in Rishikesh
A homely guest house on the bank of Ganga, near Rishikesh, surrounded by mountains, Rainforest house is a space where people can come to relax, rejuvenate, meditate, paint, read, write, trek around or simply to practice the art of doing nothing......A lovely place to spend time sitting next to Ganga, have a swim or for the more adventurous ones, jump from our famous jumping rock! It's a great place for yoga and spiritual retreats to be held.we are a 100 meter trek down a forest path from the road.to ensure a peaceful stay rainforest house is an alcohol free zone.
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siddhartha p wrote a review Jun 2016
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India33 contributions10 helpful votes
It was a most refreshing visit to rainforest house. Here are some of the things that I enjoyed the most 1. Place is cut off from the hustle bustle of rishikesh city so it's peaceful and quiet. 2. Ample tree cover makes you feel like you are actually in a rainforest. Great experience. 3. Private stream which is calming and at the same time thrilling. 4. Rooms are neat and tidy albeit minimalistic. The last part adds to the ambience 5. Food and company of the hosts was most enjoyable. Added attractions 6. Mango and Jamun trees within the premises which during season bear simply delicious fruits 7. Climb down to the Ganges and you will have a tiny little beach at your own disposal. Few final things to note- climb down from the highway to the resort can be
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Date of stay: June 2016
biti2015 wrote a review Jun 2016
London, United Kingdom2 contributions1 helpful vote
Accommodation is simple but more than adequate, clean, comfortable and service is warm and efficient. Meals are healthy and all cooked in the premises. On the shores of the Ganga it has a beach close by, you can do yoga in this tranquil and beautiful place and feel at one with the universe. It is owned by a wonderful family who will look after your needs. Transport is provided.
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Date of stay: July 2015
Zed8 wrote a review May 2016
northampton21 contributions4 helpful votes
We've stayed in lots of types of accommodation in India however this house has got to be one of the most relaxing and chilled out places we've been to. The staff are very helpful and friendly. The food was tasty and fresh , eaten in a lovely space which has outside and inside areas and classical Indian music gently playing. The house is just outside Laxman Jula, so you can enjoy peace and quiet watching nature and listening to the nearby waterfall. There is s beautiful river beach where you can take a dip in the cool , clean Ganga. Accommodation is clean and basic however with all the other advantages it's a great alternative to the hectic life in other Indian resorts. I would definitely go back if in the same area.
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Date of stay: April 2016
MapsAndStories wrote a review Mar 2016
Mumbai, India65 contributions29 helpful votes
Awesome location! perfect for a stay in the midst of nature! Only hitch is the approach road is pretty steep and one has to be very careful when it rains! Not recommended for older people and anyone with knee or back issues. Whoever can make it is rewarded by staying right next to the serene Ganga! Kids had a lovely time exploring the rocks by the river with some piping hot Maggie made out there!!! The food is simple but really delicious!!! Rooms are basic and little sprucing up will really enhance the experience!
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Date of stay: February 2016
Karishma K wrote a review Feb 2016
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India409 contributions128 helpful votes
I chanced upon Rainforest House (RH) while browsing through Trip Advisor to find a different option to stay in while at Rishikesh.We are frequent travelers to the city and visit it at least 4 - 5 times a year, mostly just to laze around next to the Ganges, to have time to do nothing else but read, soak in the sun, have good food and to repeat the process all over again. Initial correspondence with Steve guiding us towards his place and to get in touch with his Manager for any help with directions etc. ensured that we would not waste any time looking for the place once in Rishikesh. When we reached Rainforest House after a short trek downhill, we were pleasantly surprised to see the place. It was a small retreat very close to the city and yet away from its madness. The rooms were
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Date of stay: December 2015
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