INR 6,000 per night
INR 6,000 per night
Chail Villas, Chail, India

Chail Villas

Kufri Road, Chail, India
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  • Good quality rooms
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"False Commitment" ... we were gone there in the month of nov 2011, all deals were closed beautifully with the management have gievn the advance amount for confirmation of booking as required by the management of Chail Villas. After Reaching to Chail Villas, Things got start ...

Description - Homestay

The villas at chail villas are

Resplendent with the colours of the sea is a visual delight its azure interiors add to a sense of peace that prevails in the chail villas. The blooming hydrangeas and the profusion of fragrant flowers imbue one with the feeling of beauty and warmth.
An idyllic cottage surrounded by Belgium and Himalayan roses and its intriguing Heidi room , under the eaves is a children’s delight . overlooking the valley with its majestic deodars , a profusion of geraniums in wild splendour , is indeed an enchanting site. The carved pillars at the entrance give it the old Grecian charm.
When something looks so serene all one wants to do is gaze at its beauty. The apple and cherry blossoms, the tastefully planted gardens, the brilliantly coloured butterflies uplift one’s spirit. The shinny wooden floor and the glossy ceiling bring warmth.

The space
  • Property type: Homestay
  • Guest rooms/units: 7
  • Year built: 2009
  • Renovated: 2009
  • Public classification: 4
Homestay accommodations

Lowest price available: INR 6,000 (Indian Rupee)

Cottage Double Standard
  • Check-in: noon
  • Check-out: noon

Homestay amenities

Weather
The cool scented breeze whistling through the majestic forests of Deodars makes Chail a heaven on earth lifting ones sprits to be one with God. The solitude, the beauty of nature resplendent in all its glory heightens ones awareness of the almighty and desire to meditate. Tourists visit Chail throughout the year in summers to enjoy its natural coolness and in winters to view the beautiful snow covered hills.
Summer temperatures range between 20-25 degree Celsius throughout the day. During the night, the temperature can drop to about 15 degree Celsius

Places to visit
Chail palace - the palace of the Maharaja of Patiala is considered as one of the most majestic buildings in northern India reminiscent of the bygone British era. Although, the palace was sold by the royal family to the tourism department of the state, the palace still attracts huge number of tourists from all over to revel in its splendour.
Chail Sanctuary - The sanctuary was notified on 21 March 1976 near the town in district Shimla and covers an area of about 10, 854. 36 hectares. One can see Sambar, Goral and Cheer Pheasants at Blossom and Jhaja. Barking deer and Kalinin are seen during dusk and dawn.

Villa Lavender
Where the water tinkles down and all you smell is lavender. Lying amidst this beauty is the ravishing villa lavender. One look and you’ll know where the name came from. With delicate lavender furnishing and the charming mezzine , intricately carved kitchen add to its opulence and extravagant look .

Villa Ochre
Designed with love for the almighty in mind, is indeed full of god’s colours and benevolence. A beautiful villa with ochre colour as its main theme has a beautifully carved bed and dresser. Its gardens resplendent with ileums, carnations, renunculas, and gladioli’s are indeed a visitor’s paradise.

Villa Ivory
When something looks so serene all one wants to do is gaze at its beauty. The apple and cherry blossoms, the tastefully planted gardens, the brilliantly coloured butterflies uplift one’s spirit. The shinny wooden floor and the glossy ceiling bring warmth to the interiors.

Villa Turquoise
Resplendent with the colours of the sea is a visual delight its azure interiors add to a sense of peace that prevails in the chail villas. The blooming hydrangeas and the profusion of fragrant flowers imbue one with the feeling of beauty and warmth.

The Owner is staying in his Villa Rose
An idyllic cottage surrounded by Belgium and Himalayan roses and its intriguing Heidi room , under the eaves is a children’s delight . overlooking the valley with its majestic deodars , a profusion of geraniums in wild splendour , is indeed an enchanting site. The carved pillars at the entrance give it the old Grecian charm.

24-hr front desk Airport pickup All inclusive plan BBQ area Breakfast (extra charge) Breakfast included Car rental Childcare or babysitting Children permitted Express checkout Gardens Hot tub Laundry/valet service Linen included Luggage carriers Meal plans No curfew Parking (free) Restaurant on site Room service Smoking permitted Steam room Taxi service WIFI (free)

Room amenities

Deluxe Cottages : Double Bedroom , Independent Kitchen , Attached Luxury Bath Room fitted with Steam Bath Jacuzzi.

Super Deluxe Cottage : Double Bedroom , Independent Kitchen , Drawing / Dinning Room, Independent Gardens, Attached Luxury Bath Room fitted with Steam Bath Jacuzzi.

Coffee/tea maker Ensuite Fireplace (electric) Fireplace (wood burning) Hairdryer Iron/ironing board Kitchenettes Maid service daily Microwave Mountain view rooms Private bathroom Refrigerator Rollaway beds available Telephone Television Television (cable/satellite) Toiletries VCR/DVD WIFI Whirlpool bath


Neighborhood

About Chail
Chail (former summer capital of Patiala) is 43kms from Shimla, the erstwhile summer capital of British India. Shimla is currently the capital of the state of Himachal Pradesh. The region is well known for the highest cricket ground in the world and a polo ground which is there at an altitude of 2, 250m.
Chail is also considered as the hiker's paradise. The area is away from the bustling life of the state capital Shimla.

Chail essentially owes its birth to the erstwhile Maharaja of Patiala, His Majesty Bhupinder Singh. Patiala (now a city in the state of Punjab), was one of the most prosperous kingdoms in the northern region. In 1891, the Maharaja incurred the rage of Lord Kitchener. It led to the restriction of his entry into the then British summer capital of Shimla. This incensed the Maharaja and he vowed to build a new summer capital for himself. So he built a palace and a summer home, as per his requirements atop a hill near Shimla, and called the area Chail.


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Price details

INR 6,000 per night (Indian Rupee)

Taxes: 10.00%
Prices shown here are without tax. Tax will be added to your final payment.

An additional deposit may be requested prior to arrival. If so, you will be contacted directly after you confirm your booking.

Credit cards accepted on location: VisaPayPal

Available discounts

10%

Location - Homestay

Kufri Road
Chail
State of Himāchal Pradesh
India  171305

Latitude: 30.983, Longitude: 77.183

How to get there

Chail Kufri Road Chail

Rail, Car, Bus, Taxi

Nearest airport: Shimla 45 Km