The Ramgarh Bungalows - 19th Century, Kumaon Hills Kumaon Kumaon Room The Ramgarh Bungalows above Nainital Uttarakhand

The Kumaon Suite situated on the north of The Old Bungalow is a large space in the rusts of autumn with two large single beds facing a fireplace with all the offerings of a star hotel in Nainital.

Kashmir room

The Kashmir Room is a large suite in greens with Kashmiri crewel work embroidery to evoke the state of cherry and maple. Fitted with quality furnishing these are some of the best hotel rooms in Nainital.

Bird 2

The sun rises over the high ranges and enters the Bird Suite from its bay window. A two-poster double bed and a single bed by an old English fireplace takes you back a century and a half. Coloured lithographs of mountain birds and their eggs adorn the walls. A cheerful little ante-room in yellow leads to a little inner court and the bathroom. A separate verandah and dining room are attached to the kitchen-pantry wing.

Butterfly 2

The Butterfly Suite faces the sunset from a bay window and its verandah looks out to the mountains in the north. A comfortable double bed faces the fireplace and an ante-room in blue has a single bed for a third person. A separate verandah and dining room are attached to the kitchen-pantry wing. Coloured lithographs of butterflies adorn the walls.

Ram Kumar

Once a gate house and cowshed to the main homestead of Ashok Vatika, it has been restored and extended to the edge of the flat land where it sat, to make the Cliff House! It opens on a large picture window to the Himalayas – from green, to brown under blue or scarlet skies. Its common salon is arrived at by a wide, descending stair and has the feel of walking into the pages of a design magazine. In whites, greys and indigoes, it holds out the exteriors on display on three open sides. Two independent rooms, connected by a verandah, honour two of India’s leading abstract painters: The Ram Kumar Suite is in blues and whites. It has a double bed along with a reading chair and a study table for the inspired.

Lemon Room 1

The Lemon Suite is situated above the Vista Villa and has its own private outdoor sit-out. It has one double bed and two single beds – one situated in the main room and the other in the ante-room. Named after the Lemon tree outside the entrance, the room has yellow and green interiors along with lively prints of vegetables, and flying umbrellas that adorn the walls. Unwind at The Ramgarh Bungalows, our hotel near Naini Lake.

Gaitonde

Once a gate house and cowshed to the main homestead of Ashok Vatika, it has been restored and extended to the edge of the flat land where it sat, to make the Cliff House! Its main door opens on a large picture window to the Himalayas – from green, to brown under blue or scarlet skies. Its common salon is arrived at by a wide, descending stair and has the feel of walking into the pages of a design magazine. In whites, greys and indigoes, it holds out the exteriors on display on three open sides. Two independent rooms, connected by a verandah, honour two of India’s leading abstract painters: The Gaitonde Suite is vermilions and yellows. It has two single beds along with seating a study table for the inspired.

The Ramgarh Bungalows - 19th Century, Kumaon Hills Kumaon English Room The Ramgarh Bungalows above Nainital Uttarakhand

As suggested by its name The Old Bungalow is the oldest structure in Ramgarh, dating back to 1900 CE. It was used as a Dak Bungalow for the posts and as a night halt for British officers who came for inspection on horseback with their ladies carried on dandi palanquins.

The English Room is situated in between the Kashmir and the Kumaon Suites. An impressive colonial double bed with a headrest displaying the insignia of British royalty faces a grand fireplace and a Lazarus almirah from the same period. The art is also reminiscent of the era: British explorer’s and artists’ detailed maps and etchings. The main door leads on to the wide verandah with views of the pine-forest mountains.

Irish

The Vista Villa which sits on the land’s end has two rooms named after the temperate flowers local to Ramgarh – Iris and Fuschia. It enjoys a very private view of the mountains that rise from the river at the bottom of the valley. Iris has one double bed along with a study for the inspired.

Fucia Room

The Vista Villa which sits on the land’s end has two rooms named after the temperate flowers local to Ramgarh – Iris and Fuschia. It enjoys a very private view of the mountains that rise from the river at the bottom of the valley. Fuschia has two single beds along with a study table for the inspired.a

Magnolia

Situated in the Rose Cottage, this deluxe suite is named after an artwork by Jehangir Sabavala. This suite, terraced at two levels, has one double and three single beds and the above area can be curtained off for privacy. The private verandahs, have a spectacular view of the valley with a river below and high mountains above. You can also enjoy your morning and evening tea on the terrace situated directly above Magnolia. Make your reservations today and have a wonderful stay in Nainital.