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Heaven's Abode

Penthouse With A View Of Orchards

Rating4.6(23)
Simsa Village, Manali
Stays > Serviced apartment
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OffbeatA truly hidden and local experience
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LuxuryExtreme luxury for people who want extra
Enjoy mountain & orchard views, from the tastefully designed and fully serviced penthouse apartment for groups and families. Explore the untapped wonders of Manali and savor the wonderful memories.

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Enjoy mountain & orchard views, from the tastefully designed and fully serviced penthouse apartment for groups and families.
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Wooden Decor
It's a place for postmodern travelers looking for a unique and authentic cultural/lifestyle experience different from routine life. All the rooms have attached bathrooms.
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Unparalleled Beauty
2km from Manali center and easily accessible (2minutes) from the national highway. 500 meters from tour bus drop-off poin. Ideal spot for writing retreat, meditation & self-discovery.
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Outdoor Seating Area
Only sign up if you have a sense of appreciation for traditional Himalayan design and culture, simplicity of rural life, minimal living, and environmentally and socially conscious consumption.

Quick gist

About the stay

  • Pamper your loved ones with exquisite views of snowy mountains from the comfort of your private penthouse. The property feature premium fresh bed and bath linen, wifi, attached shower baths, & TV in all bedrooms.

Where is this?

  • Nearby Naggar town has an important historical significance in the History of the region and is a center for Architectural activities, Arts, Crafts, Art galleries and Indo-western fusion food, and fine cafes.

With whom?

    Something unique

    The penthouse overlooks the magnificent Kullu valley & has unhindered panoramic views of snow peaks.

    Tips from insiders

    • Ideal spot for writing retreat, meditation & self discovery.
    • Don't forget to carry your camera.
    • In March join the village folk in spring celebrations.
    • Don't forget get your snow boots in winters.