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We traveled and stayed at Te Aroha in Oct 2013. One of the best properties ever stayed. Breathtaking views of the snow cliff mountains, with the a very warm staff and great food. Would highly recommend this place to rewind and relax and to enjoy...More
I thoroughly enjoyed my stay here. The entire resort is an architectural beauty with memories from past. Rooms are extremely cosy and perfectly lighted which rejuvenates your spirits. Special thanks to the service team, they made the entire stay a very pleasant experience. I would...More
After a grueling ride from Munsiyari via Pithoragarh we were relieved to check into our cocooned abode. We had two rooms with a wrap around balcony to admire the verdant valley spread before us like a child's game punctuated with houses and the deodar and...More
If you are looking for tranquility in the Himalayas, Te Aroha is a resort to stay. A thoughtfully designed eco friendly resort which has a beautiful mix of old and new era will take you to the state of nirvana. Located right at the entrance...More
We spent three nights at Te Aroha in early June 2016 and it was great, great rooms tastefully done, great views and - a huge bonus - great food. Dhanachuli offered some great birding and quiet that we needed... the property manager made it even...More
Response from tulupatnaik | Reviewed this property |
Kathgodam is the nearest station. and a comfortable 2 hour drive from there. one can stop at the iHeart Cafe for lunch just outside Bhimtal. if the resort vehicle is picking you up ( same rate as the taxis ) then it can drop... More
Kathgodam is the nearest station. and a comfortable 2 hour drive from there. one can stop at the iHeart Cafe for lunch just outside Bhimtal. if the resort vehicle is picking you up ( same rate as the taxis ) then it can drop you by the service road else bit of a climb.
yeah, almost 1 - 2 hrs drive from Nainital. As per my experience its better to stay a little far from main area (Nainital) and you'd enjoy the nature, otherwise you're always struggling in traffic and congestion :)