The Jilling Terraces are set on the South Gola mountain range of the Himalayas in North India. It’s popular with eco minded travelers and groups. It’s so off the beaten path they send a guide to take you from the local town. After about a 45 minute hike through the forest you’ll find the historic Chestnut House.
Built in 1933 it’s now updated with a traditional style that is warm and welcoming. You can rely on hot showers and clean bathrooms in any of their four suites. It’s a perfect setting for long stay guests seeking a peaceful and inspiring place for inner exploration such as meditation, Yoga or artistic disciplines.
Often perched above the clouds with magnificent views of the Himalayas. The surrounding forest is filled with large conifers, thick oaks, luscious rhododendrons, chestnut, peaches, plums and apple trees. There are great trails to explore, seasonal waterfalls and chances to capture a rare glimpse of wildlife such as Leopards.
Visit their website to learn more at https://www.jillingterraces.com/
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