The accommodation is located on the first floor of this beautiful cottage .
It’s elegantly designed and tastefully furnished with a lovely view of nature from every window.
An independent stairway leads into a cozy sitting area which in turn leads to two bedrooms with attached baths & balconies. The baths are fitted with a tub each and large geysers.
The dining room is attached to the sitting area and open out to a lovely sit-out on the terrace dotted with roses, and overlooking the river.
Goswamy’s Home-Stay refers to an exclusive home-stay experience in this beautiful cottage , ‘Cottage Once Upon a Time ‘, located on the river bank in Kasol.
This wonderful getaway (complete first floor) has 2 well appointed bedrooms with attached bathrooms for our home-stay guests with an add-on facility of a dining room, a study and an exhilarating sit-out on the first floor. A terrace / patio, dotted with roses, that overlooks the River Parvati.
Undisturbed and exclusive, its ideal for a family holiday and for those seeking comfort of pristine natural surroundings. Sit back and catch up on your reading, listening to the music from your collection, paint, write, create music, contemplate, meditate or if you so like just laze. Just ideal for a creative person.
A home-stay experience that you would love to share and recommend !
We invite you to make this your home for a few days. Relax, meditate, read, write, paint, photograph, walk through forest trails or just sit on a boulder and watch the river gush by. Soak in the beauty of nature, go back with memories and more.
-Nature Walks: A walk by the river Parvati can be very invigorating ( IT IS A FAST FLOWING RIVER, YOU ARE CAUTIONED NOT TO STEP INTO THE RIVER OR YOU MIGHT GET CARRIED AWAY. DO NOT SIT ON THE BOULDERS IN THE RIVER.) Every bend presents new scenery; sheer delight for photographers.
-On the right bank across the river from Kasol are mule tracks to follow into the forest. Another walk is by the Grahn Nala that divides the village into old and new Kasol. This stream is calmer and a quiet dark forest awaits you as you walk up deeper into the woods. Popular excursions are visits to nearby villages of Chalaal, Choj, Goj and Manikaran.
-Trout Fishing: You can take a licence and fish for trout in Grahn Nala that passes through Kasol and in the Parvati River when the water is clear and less turbulent,
-Gadsa Valley, which is a short trip by road, is another popular site.
-River Rafting and Adventure sports: For river rafting drive down to Bhuntar, Shamsi and various other spots along the right bank of Beas river. Solang valley near Manali is popular for Paragliding and Zorbing.
-Trekking: Kasol is a gateway to hiking trails. Seasoned trekkers enjoy the hike upto Kheerganga, Rudra Nag, Man Talai and Pin Parvati pass that connects to Spiti.
-New enthusiasts can take shorter treks to Malana,Rasol, Grahn and Pulga.
-Sighseeing and historical places: Stationed at Kasol one can visit several places around.
-Manikaran – where Lord Shiva in order to recover the lost ‘Manis’ (jewels) of consort Parvati, that fell into the river; divined a geyser to erupt from the river, which threw up the ‘manis’. So goes the legend and ever since the hot boiling water has been erupting alongside the ice-cold water of the Parvati River. There are temples of Lord Shiva, Raghunathji and various other deities in this town.
In the late sixties a Gurudwara was also built since the 1st Guru of the Sikhs,Guru Nanak had visited Manikaran during his sojourns. The Sikh religious fervor has allowed the Gurudwara to grow massively with ever increasing religious following.
-Naggar – Naggar is just 2 hours drive en-route to Manali.Visit this pretty hill station to see the Roerich Museum and the famous Naggar Castle, the original seat of Kullu Rajas.
Bijli Mahadev – is a legendry Shiva temple set on scenic meadows on top of an 8500ft high hill,that looks down on the confluence of Beas and Parvati rivers. A diversion from Ram Shila bridge in Kullu leads you to the base from where you have to trek.
-Bajaura -near Bhuntar has the 9th century Bishweshwara temple, a protected monument.
Kasol, Himachal Pradesh, Intia