This is an offering of a six-bedroom farmhouse, which can accommodate twelve people. The property boasts a serene environment, and the retreat is ideal for groups seeking a peaceful retreat. All meals are provided on request here.
Your Space Situated in the midst of verdant greenery, this holiday home is furnished to provide modern comfort. It is fronted by a garden, which is the perfect place to soak up some sunlight on a wintery morning. A gazebo sit-out under a thatched roof invites you to gather around with your travel companions and share a hearty chat. Inside, the living-cum-dining area flaunts Tibetan-style architecture, which lends the space a rather authentic charm. It is furnished with antique-style coffee tables, cushioned floor seating, a display cabinet with quaint artefacts and books, and a four-seat dinette for mealtime convenience. Partially wood-panelled walls, ethnic wall-hangings, and wall-to-wall carpeting accentuates the cosy vibe of this space. The bedrooms are primarily wood-panelled. These rooms are spacious and house comfy double beds with side tables and plush seating for added comfort. The property also features a balcony with recliners and armchairs, thus allowing you to end the day under the starry sky with a beverage in hand!
You'll enjoy freshly -prepared, hearty meals to suit non-vegetarians or vegetarians. Wherever possible, fresh organic farm produce is used and you can sample Sikkim cheese, nettle soup and a wide range of other tasty, local dishes. Dine in Thendup and Pema's cosy living room or choose to be served on your verandah or in a gazebo overlooking the fields and hills.While relaxing on your holiday it is easy to forget that it is a working farm. An excellent opportunity to be taught traditional receipts and cooking methods of Sikkim on a wood burning hearth. The farmhouse serves various Sikkimese cuisines which are prepared from fully organic vegetables cultivated in the farm premises. Visitors are invited to learn to prepare the delicious Sikkimese cuisines at kitchen of the farmhouse.
The white waters of the Tista and the Rangit offer some good stretches of thrilling rapids. Swirling rides can be organised from Melli. The rapids, rated according to the Colorado River standards, are grade 2 and 3.
We offer local sightseeing tours to places of Interest in West and South Sikkim. The Tour programs can be suitable customized to your needs and generally full day tour. Some of the places of Interest are Tashiding Monastery, Pemayengtshen Monastery, Rabdentse ruins, Ralong Monastery, Budda Park and more.Hilley to Varsay, (8km return) From Hilley, one has to trek for four kilometres that takes approximately one hour to reach Varsey which is at an altitude of 3049m (10000ft). At Varsay the rhododendrons reign supreme and during the month of March they are a riot of red and white Rabongla to Maenam, 10km A three hour trek uphill from Rabongla through the Maenam Wildlife Sanctuary teeming with Magnolia, Rhododendron and small bamboo to reach the hilltop which is at an altitude of 3235m (10612ft). The view from Maenam summit is picturesque and breathtaking. In the west an amazing vista of the sparkling peaks of the Kanchendzonga range spreads before you.
Check In: 12:00 pm
Check Out: 12:00 pm
Get a full refund if you cancel a full fourteen days before check-in. However, in case of no show or cancellation after this duration, the entire booking amount will be retained.