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Reviewed 29 June 2019 via mobile

Was a lovely stay . I love the energy that place has it’s been my third time I stayed there . The rooms and food are awesome. The silence and the ambience is beautiful. The waterfall near by the rooms has a magical sound of Ganga all the time .

Date of stay: June 2019
Trip type: Travelled solo
Thank purvis24
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Reviewed 30 March 2019 via mobile

I cant say enough about my beautiful experience here. My partner and I planned to stay for 5 days and kept on for 10. The staff were so heart felt and I could really feel their love for the place and the love put into the food. The indian lunch was amazing, simple yet so norusihing and our favorite meal during our entire visit to the area. The rooms are simple, yet very comfortable. All of the water through the sink and shower are filtered and safe drinking water. Mani was very helpful with any questions that we had in organizing a scooter and getting around town. We loved being away from rishikesh, about 10-15 minutes drive, as we found our deepest experiences to be on the land of the property and by the Ganga. We also did some work while here, the internet provided was not working well for us though we had a wifi hotspot so it was not a problem. We are already looking forward to returning as this place fed us in so many ways.

Date of stay: March 2019
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank coryp215
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Reviewed 20 March 2019

Very clean, the staff does his best effort to make your feel confortable, the food is great with options (international and indian). The room has a great view with the river and sound of nature all around.

Date of stay: March 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank Nomad826108
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Reviewed 25 November 2018

it was one of the best experience visiting here as the cost was also cheap and the ambience where it was located was excellent and one thing more is that this place is well connected with other places

Date of stay: November 2018
Thank Navigate06307791653
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Reviewed 13 October 2018 via mobile

We had a wonderful time at Rainforest house. I was traveling with my partner and our friend (we are all in our thirties) and we had two of the nine rooms. The location is secluded which suited us (about a 5 min drive to Laxman Jhula bridge or a 40 min walk which we didn't attempt). The rooms are large, clean with a nice balcony (we were on the upper floors). The staff are very friendly and helpful. The manager was extremely helpful and sweet natured, he organised taxis and trips for us and made suggestions about what we could do with our time. He made us feel welcomed and even allowed us a late checkout before our afternoon flight. This was really appreciated.
The setting is unique in that it's set within the forest with a waterfall running alongside it leading to the Ganges. It's not uncommon to see red or black face monkeys running around the gardens early morning which was magical to observe.
A few things that it is good to be aware of are:
- taxis into town cost around 350 INR one way to the bridge (due to the recent monsoon ending it was not possible for us to use the walkway along the water)
- food at the house is tasty and the portions are very generous. The Indian food is healthy and tasty cooked in an avervadic style. This costs 400 INR per meal (same price for lunch and dinner) which is a little expensive however there isn't anywhere else close-by and the food is fresh
- the pathway leading to the property from the road is quite steep and not properly cut out from the stones so there is a lot of gravel which means at times you can slip. It could be an issue for some people
- the property is enjoyable most when it's quiet and empty. We had some families with children staying at the same time as us and due to the small nature of the property found this made it a bit noisy at times

Date of stay: September 2018
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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