Trishul rooms

Trishul Rooms

Trishul rooms are named after the Trishul peaks (7,120 m) visible from anywhere in the rooms. We have 2 Trishul rooms, both independent, identical and adjacent to each other. In the above picture, it is the room on the top floor. Trishul rooms have wooden-floor, wood paneled walls, a covered deck and a large shared veranda overlooking the forest and the Himalayan peaks.

Amenities

  • Each of the Trishul rooms has:
    • A King-size bed (72″ wide x 78″ long) which sleeps 2 people, included in the base price (see below)
    • A Sofa, which converts into a queen size bed (60″ wide x 72″ long) for a maximum of 2 extra people (children / adults), who will be charged separately (see below)
    • A single seat sofa
    • 4 outdoor chairs and a stool
  • Running hot water
  • Electricity
  • Reading lights
  • Bukhari (wood stove)
  • Covered deck
  • Uncovered veranda

Tariff

Lodging* : ₹8,510 (₹7,212 + 18% GST)
Food** : ₹3,990 (₹3,800 + 5% GST)

* Lodging price is for 1 room and 1 night on double sharing
** Food price includes all meals (morning tea, breakfast, lunch, evening tea and dinner) for 2 people

Cost for third and fourth person sharing the room:

Age of person
Price***

Adult
₹2,242
(₹1,900 / night + 18% GST)

Child above 12 years
₹2,242
(₹1,900 / night + 18% GST)

Child between 5 and 12 years
₹1,121
(₹950 / night + 18% GST)

Child below 5 years
Free

Includes

  • Meals inclusions
    • Morning tea / coffee
    • Breakfast – buffet
    • Lunch – buffet
    • Evening tea / coffee
    • Dinner – buffet
  • Daily walk, with a trail guide
  • Transport by car from the road up to the Retreat (800 m)
  • All GST

Does not include

  • Room service
  • Non-vegetarian food
  • Soft drinks and alcohol
  • Forest entry fees – This should be paid at the forest gate before entering the Sanctuary)
  • Naturalist guide – We can arrange a naturalist guide, if necessary
  • Driver accommodation – We don’t have driver accommodation in the Retreat. There are plenty of accommodation options for drivers outside the Sanctuary gate, towards Basauli

Harmony with Nature