Stay options in Munsyari

#1 May 26th, 2011, 16:31
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Hi,

Can anyone suggest stay options in Munsyari for family stay? It seems it is already late for KMVN.

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#2 May 26th, 2011, 16:47
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There are quite a few hotels in the Munsyari market, which vary in price and comfort. You can try Pandey lodge, which is a decent option.
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#3 May 26th, 2011, 17:41
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There's a place down by the government clinic/hospital that was ok and offered great views from the roof terrace, unfortunately I can't remember the name.
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Pandey's lodge, Zara and the Forest Rest House
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We stayed at Zara in Feb / March 2005. At that time we were the only guests there & due to some cable problem there was no electricity in the hotel. Nice view of Panchchauli ranges for there.

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Originally Posted by Klompen View Post There's a place down by the government clinic/hospital that was ok and offered great views from the roof terrace, unfortunately I can't remember the name.
Was that Pant Lodge?
#7 May 26th, 2011, 18:08
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Originally Posted by shahronakm View Post We stayed at Zara in Feb / March 2005. At that time we were the only guests there & due to some cable problem there was no electricity in the hotel. Nice view of Panchchauli ranges for there.

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Will call Zara, Have already gotten in touch with Pandey as well. Thanks for quick replies.
#8 May 26th, 2011, 21:25
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I had stayed in Wayfarer Resort, which is a little away from the town, but in fabulous quiet surroundings. The resort has very close and clear views of the Panchachuli range. The resort has 5 cottages, and priced around Rs 600 in 2009. The food was freshly cooked at both lunch and dinner, and really good.
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Thanks for all the suggestions.

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