Thanedar Retreat

Thanedar Retreat has a very special place in the history of Himachal Pradesh. The first apple saplings were planted here in Kotagarh near Thanedar.

And if you are planning to visit you cannot avoid the sweet fragrance of the apple trees which is matchless anywhere else. So pack your bags and get ready for the fun ride of the woods of Shimla.

Location : Thanedar Retreat is about 80 kms away from Shimla. From Shimla you have to take the National Highway 22 via Kufri to Narkanda and from there take up the Narkanda-Thanedar-Bithal Road. From there Thanedar is just 15 kms away.

Rooms and Services : Thanedar Retreat provides you seven well designed rooms with all the ultra-modern necessities like attached bathrooms and room service.

The Thanedar Retreat serves you with some lip smacking delicacies.

Must See Places : At Thanedar Retreat in Shimla, you must not miss :
  • Tani-Jubbar Lake : This lake is in fame for "Nag Devta" temple built along its side. Its just 6 kms from the Thanedar Retreat.

  • Hattu Peak : This peak is at a height of 11000 ft and gives you the best view of the snow covering.

  • St. Mary's Church : This is one of the oldest churches in India built in 1843.

  • Parmjyotir Temple : This Pahari style temple was built by Stokes and is just a kilometer away from Thanedar Retreat.
Though open all the year round, Thanedar Retreat at Shimla is favorable for visiting between April to November or December to March.

Last Updated on : 29/05/2013

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