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The Perfect Homestay Experience in Roots of India

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Kutachi, Manali
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OffbeatA truly hidden and local experience
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BasicEconomical options for the backpacker
Pushpbadhra Homestay is a beautiful Himachal Pradesh homestay that is taken care of by Saket Sankhyan. Located in the Kullu district, it is a village property built in a cottage style using bricks & wood. This homestay is the perfect weekend getaway from Delhi. This is a beautiful destination to experience local culture and live like a local.

A photo walkthrough

A Homestay Amidst Rural India

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Brookvale
You can enjoy your vacation at this homestay as it has all the amenities and facilities that you will ever need.
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The View
Take a lot of pictures with the photographic background of mountains and make your trip even more memorable.
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The Camps
You can opt for camping during your stay. You stay provide will be more than happy to help you with the arrangemets.
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The Room
Your room will be the most comfortable and you can ask the hosts to provide you with whatever you need for your vacation.

Quick gist

About the stay

  • The homestay has 3 rooms which give basic amenities like a heater, coffee machine, etc. and can accommodate a maximum of 8 travellers.

Where is this?

  • Pushpbadhra Homestay is located near Kuthachi. The stay provides multiple experiences, like Trekking, Wildlife Safari, Village Walk, etc.

With whom?

  • The entire room is just for you!

You get

  • Accommodation is provided.
  • You have access to all the facilities.

Things to remember

  • Meals will be served at an additional cost.
  • Activities and experiences need to be paid for separately.

Something unique

A homestay experience that takes care of all your needs, and provides you with an offbeat experience.

Tips from insiders

  • You can take the chairs or a hammock to sit near the river if you wish to.
  • If you want you can have breakfast with the local villagers.