Grand Oak Manor, Binsar
Enjoy an idyllic location in Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary, Tree Of Life Grand Oak Manor is a luxury heritage property that has once served as a private home to the British commissioner of Kumaon. Kathgodam Railway Station is about 95 km from this restored resort whereas Pantnagar Airport is within 125 km. Guests can plan a trek to the popular Zero Point (highest vista point in Binsar Sanctuary) to enjoy splendid views of the snow clad mountains.
There are 9 spacious colonial style rooms elegantly furnished with old-world motifs, and premium bedding, linens and duvets. All rooms come with an individual heating system to keep guests warm during the night, and a balcony or porch to enjoy stunning views of the hills and woods. Private bathrooms come with western-style bidet and complimentary set of toiletries for added convenience.
Hotel Facilities: The resort can arrange personalised yoga/meditation sessions, village walks and local tours for a surcharge on request from guests. Decorated with beautiful chandeliers, wall paintings and rare black & white photos of dignitaries of British era, the shared lounge area is an ideal place for lighthearted gossips and experience sharing. Guests can also spend some quality time reading their favourite books at The Generals Study room that overlooks the lush lawns, or simply relax in the Sunset Lounge with a cosy fireplace. Other facilities offered here include indoor games, spa services, car rentals, room service and parking.
Overlooking a 300-year old tree, Acorn is the all-day dining restaurant serving lip-smacking Indian and Continental dishes, along with specially prepared pahari food.
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