Deodhar Suite

Duplex living space exuding warmth with dark wood tones and log beams. A spacious bedroom leads to a sun-kissed loft area for kids. The sitting area faces a 200-year-old deodar tree. Picture windows of the bathroom overlook the Bhumiadar Valley

Oak Suite

This happy family place has a private lawn, a bright sunroom, and an old stone-walled bathroom. Bedrooms promise views of vibrant sunsets and twinkling skies of the Jeolikote Valley. You even have your own path leading to Land’s End.

The Nest

Perfect for honeymooning bliss, this intimate haven overlooking the front lawns boasts of a wide balcony and sunny French windows with uninterrupted Jeolikote Valley vistas. A wall lined with bookshelves provides ‘home library’ inspiration.


White stone walls, touches of blue, a solid wood floor and a little fireplace are the delights of this room. Floor-to-ceiling windows open onto lush lawns. A quaint turret in the shower area reminds of castle living.


The cavern-like layout of this former wine cellar has rounded walls built along the mountain’s edge in keeping with the natural contours of the land. A tunnel-like porthole gives bragging rights to the curved bathroom.


Carved into the mountainside, this room with all-white interiors has pops of red accessories. Full-length windows in front of the floating bed face a private little lawn looking out over the misty valley.

First Things

With supersized beds that sleep four and a generous airy loft with low beams, this accommodation is a good choice for a large family. Expect views on to The Deck from one side and Nainital from the other. Even the bathroom windows open out to the valley.

Ridge Private Room

Designed in soft, neutral tones, this pleasing room radiates quiet simplicity. The pair of sofas with black-and-white chequered slipcovers are perfect for lounging with a book or sipping a cup of afternoon tea. A tiny anteroom has an old-fashioned desk just right for journaling.

The Study

Originally planned as a study, this little space done up in earthy hues comes with its own fireplace and private sit-out for peaceful valley views. The surprise factor is a fig tree growing through the all-stone bathroom. Glass walls bring the outdoors in.

The Olive

Named after an olive tree planted outside its doors, this cosy double room is bathed in cheerful colours and complemented with subtle mother-of-pearl light fittings. The sounds of tinkling water from outside adds a refreshing touch. .

Goat Shed

Nothing like the rustic goat shed it once was, this room has a sitting area surrounded by large picture windows on three sides. With the abundance of sun and greens, it's almost like being outdoors.

Willow Suite

The loft with a ladder is the stuff of dreams for kids, in this suite overlooking the Olive Court and The Deck. A little annexe, furnished with a day bed, suits an extra guest or the teen in the family. The private balcony is great for Vitamin D and lungfuls of mountain air.