THE CHALET ( an eco home)

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Maison organique · Hôte : Arvind

  1. 2 voyageurs
  2. 1 chambre
  3. 1 lit
  4. 1 salle de bain
Logement entier
Vous aurez le logement (maison organique) rien que pour vous.
Nettoyage renforcé
Cet hôte s'engage à appliquer le processus de nettoyage renforcé en 5 étapes d'Airbnb.
Idéalement situé
95 % des voyageurs ont attribué 5 étoiles à l'emplacement du logement.
Procédure d'arrivée irréprochable
100 % des voyageurs ont attribué 5 étoiles à la procédure d'arrivée.
The mountains are calling, and I must go.” John Muir quote perfectly sums up our feelings on arrival at the Chalet.  With the Robin swaying admist the flowers in the garden on seeing you and the Himalayan Barbaret singing its welcome song for you on your arrival . Soak in the views from the Chalet with landscapes changing like a seasonal canvas. With squirrels hiding their nuts in grass and parrots squawking outside the balcony keeps you entertained throughout the day.

Le logement
AS QUOTED BY A GUEST
"When a friend of mine posted some pics about this amazing place on her page, I fell in love with this place even before going there. Even though it was super cold, sitting on the beautiful private balcony of our room, with great view in front on me, was simply stunning. The full homestay is well maintained, with great respect of the natural environment and I really liked all the little details of the furnishing and decortions. Arvind, is so caring, nice and always present without being intrusive." The chalet is surrounded by lush green trees wild flowers and a large garden, a tree house and a green house where we grow organic vegetables for our guests. We generate our own solar electricity and also recycle the waste grey water of our homestay in order to conserve the Kasauli enviorenment. Sourcing food locally from the farmers is something we pride ourselves on. The food for our kitchen is largely bought from the surrounding villages and our menu is based on sustainability and seasonality.The food we serve is based on the fresh ingredients and healthy without compromising on flavour. We try to give a flavour of the food of Himachal and its distinct dishes. We strictly cook food in brass and cast iron vessels to prevent chemical reactions not compromising with health.
We are not a luxury hotel but the experience keeps changing on every visit of yours. Guests are to be respectful to our community members and house keeping staff at all times. We do not have a 24/7 reception but are always available for our guests

Où vous dormirez

Ce que propose ce logement

Vue sur la montagne
Vue sur la vallée
Wifi
Garage résidentiel gratuit sur place
TV avec abonnement standard au câble
Patio ou balcon : privé(e)
Jardin commun(e), Clôture intégrale
Caméras de surveillance extérieure et/ou dans les espaces communs
Indisponible : Détecteur de monoxyde de carbone
Indisponible : Détecteur de fumée

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Où se situe le logement

Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh, Inde

We relie on solar energy to meet our lighting and mobile charging requirements. Our Home stay compost its kitchen waste, recycles sewage water, and uses LED lights to reduce power consumption, among many eco-friendly measures.“The adoption of Western cooking practices and cookware increase the risk of health problems such as diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, malnutrition, and obesity. Aluminium toxicity and nutrient breakdown have become common problems in pressure cooking. It is important to shift to our traditional cooking practices, i.e., use of earthen cookware, clay pots and some selected metal utensils, e.g., copper, iron, and brass,” . It’s almost like reliving your childhood when pollution and chemicals were just words in the dictionary and the school laboratory. And the best part? It brings back memories of your grandmother’s cooking. 

“I want to discourage guests from remaining confined in their rooms and glued to the television during their vacation. They should instead explore kasauli, take hikes amidst nature, and absorb it as much as they can. “You have these luxuries in the urban setup, but what difference is there if you do the same when you’re surrounded by nature?”
“The entire homestay is inspired by local pahari architecture and use double thick walls with no RCC roofs. The rock and mud walls were made entirely by locals of the village community, using interlocking bricks and least concrete.”
The rooms have been designed in a way that they are appropriately ventilated and exploit maximum natural light, hence reducing the burden on electricity during the day time. The mud walls, which helps in cooling, and in turn helps reduce the carbon footprint.

The cobbled pathways allow the rainwater to seep through them, which recharges the groundwater level.
Local trees and biodiversity gardens planted on the premises allow small fauna to survive.Kitchen waste and organic material is converted to use as compost.Rainwater harvesting system has been installed in all major areas of the property, and there is also a grey water recycling unit on the premises. The plantation of high trees around the rooms provides natural cooling.
The wastewater is treated using root zone technology. It is a natural method to treat sewage where plants purify the water using microbes.
Degradable and biodegradable waste segregation. The reason for such adherence come as the homestay is graced by the presence of a variety of birds, and other wildlife. “Even the howling of the Hyena and the growl of the leopard is never too far away,” Our motto is to imbibe values of sustainability and bring people close to nature. Humans must learn how to coexist with and respect the environment. This is my attempt to help them understand the same.”

Proposé par Arvind

  1. Membre depuis août 2015
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Born and brought up in kasauli, a Sculptor ,music lover and longing for living in the hills made me settle here permanently. At the same time I strive to create environmental awareness amongst my guests. I customize treks depending upon my guests stamina ranging from visit to a nearby stream (depending on the season) , toy train ride , or a trek through the forest. I myself am a mountain bike freak , enjoy frequent off roading. “The adoption of Western cooking practices and cookware increase the risk of health problems such as diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, malnutrition, and obesity. I follow traditional cooking practices in my home, i.e., use of earthen cookware, clay pots and copper, iron, and brass,” . It’s almost like reliving your childhood when pollution and chemicals were just words in the dictionary and the school laboratory. And the best part? It brings back memories of your grandmother’s cooking.  “The entire homestay is inspired by local pahari architecture and use double thick walls with no RCC roofs. The rock and mud walls were made entirely by locals of the village community, using interlocking bricks and least concrete.” The rooms have been designed in a way that they are appropriately ventilated and exploit maximum natural light, hence reducing the burden on electricity during the day time. The mud walls, which helps in cooling, and in turn helps reduce the carbon footp
Born and brought up in kasauli, a Sculptor ,music lover and longing for living in the hills made me settle here permanently. At the same time I strive to create environmental aware…

Pendant votre séjour

I am always available to my guests with just a phone call away. Wether it be regarding any help or places to visit around Kasauli. Help us save water and electricity.
- Do not waste water.
- Switch off the geyser after use.
Reusable bags/paper bags/items. Ours is an eco-friendly place, kindly help us by not bringing plastic items inside the property.


Home cooked food is served to our guests and on Request we make you a local himachali dinner & breakfast with herbal tea, homemade Jam. Pls note that the kitchenette is only for warming the food and not for cooking purpose.
I am always available to my guests with just a phone call away. Wether it be regarding any help or places to visit around Kasauli. Help us save water and electricity.
- Do n…

Arvind est Superhôte

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  • Langues: English, हिन्दी, ਪੰਜਾਬੀ
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Règlement intérieur

Arrivée : 13:00 - 21:00
Départ : 11:00
Pas d'animaux
Pas de fête ni de soirée
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Santé et sécurité

L'hôte s'engage à appliquer le processus de nettoyage renforcé d'Airbnb. En savoir plus
Les consignes d'Airbnb en matière de distanciation physique et d'autres consignes liées au Covid-19 s'appliquent.
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Détecteur de monoxyde de carbone non requis En savoir plus

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