Tree of Life Grand Oak Manor, Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary
Tree of Life Grand Oak Manor is nestled a top the Kumaon hills (Uttarakhand), the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary, 25 kilometres from Almora. It was in 1856 when the then British Commissioner of Kumaon, General Sir Henry Ramsay, cousin to Lord Dalhousie, the Viceroy of India, acquired this piece of land and built his private home. In 1931, the property was purchased by Rai Bahadur Harkishan Lal Sah Gangola and has stayed in the family since.
Today, we have reopened the doors of this exclusive hotel in Binsar for guests to offer them a taste of the old world charm and our hospitality.
Supporting the quaintness and beauty of the old world, the 11 hideaway rooms of 350 sq. ft. each, are lined along high ceilinged corridors. The teak wood furniture, bright bedspreads and rugs, and cozy fireside armchairs - are all reminiscent of genteel age.
Valley View Hideaway Room: The accommodation is simple, yet comfortable. Set on the ground floor, each room comes with a porch for that morning 'cuppa', with an amazing view of the Binsar Valley.
Mountain View Hideaway Room: These rooms are spread over the ground and the first floor, and each room comes with a balcony or porch where you can witness the spectacular views of the Himalayas.
Writers' Room: An escape for those looking for solitude in the mountains, our special Writers’ Room was once the ballroom during the colonial days.
07 - 15 Days before check in or else cancellation charges applicable.
For Refund thru Credit Card 5% Bank charges Applicable + Cancellation charge applicable as per hotel policy.
GST AS APPLICABLE.
Extra Supplement Charges as applicable during Festival & Peak Seasons:
Diwali, Peak Season Peak season: 20 December - 10 January, Christmas eve dinner: 24 December, New year eve dinner: 31 December