The homestay is a very old property of Nitin Sehwal ji, who is a reporter for a local newspaper. He is a middle-aged enthusiastic man who loves to host, and has his own house few paces from the homestay, where he lives with his family. The house is a bit secluded from the other houses, and is connected by a narrow concrete path branching out from the main path which connects all the houses upslope. Syncing to the rhythm of the neighbourhood, the house blends in with it’s rugged earthy look, while having a rustically rich ambiance inside, suiting to the needs of an urban nomad. The site cannot be accessed through a vehicle, and one has to walk (read as mild trek!) for about 25 minutes to reach – but the added incentive to make this walk are the Apple trees, Hazelnut trees, and Plum trees which make the walk totally worth it! The setting in which the homestay sits, is of quiet and peace – ideal for solo travellers to halt before their expedition, for those who want to recharge their creative energy, or couples who want a getaway from their metropolitan lives. It is a humble hut, which suffices all needs – with two beds, a study table, and a small pantry. The property, like all its neighboring properties overlook the mountains, their views framed by canopies of lush green coniferous trees. One of the unmistakably striking features of the house is the continuous sound of water which flows in next to the house. This is a place specially crafted for those who want to spend quality time with themselves or their loved ones.