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Manali Cottages

Manali, the Himalayan town in North India with mystifying natural beauty casts a spell over the tourists from all parts of world. With perfect rendezvous of beauty and nature, situated along the bank of river Beas, our exclusive cottages in Manali will add fragrance of Himalayan wilderness to your special holiday expectations.

Indulge your senses with visual scenic treatments and captivate them for lifetime memories. Being at Manali do guarantee rarest of moments which we all miss in the stressful city life packed with pollution and scorching heat of summers. Don't forget to bring a camera for best moments that you happen to see here...

Nature has itís own ways of attraction, imagine yourself in a cozy cottage surrounded by Himalayas with sparkling river visible just outside your personal room! Thatís how we invite you For Special Holidays in Himalayas! Be it your family or on your honeymoon, Manali Cottages will offer you an unforgettable experience that will always pull your back towards hills.

Banaon Resort, Manali has 3 Double Story Cottages ( 12 Rooms) Each floor has Two Room Set with Drawing Room. Our cottage suites are a perfect home to peace, privacy and solace. Separate designer cottages with four bedrooms and a large sitting area, each in its own garden setting, strike a chord between the built up and the garden area.


Ľ Separate Balconies

Ľ Attached large sitting room

Ľ Separate from the main block

Ľ Lawns on all sides

Ľ Very Spacious Rooms

About Us

An Irish soldier, Captain A.T. Banon, settled in the Manali during the 1850s. He married a lady from Garhwal and planted the first apple orchard in the valley. A farsighted man, he brought in a variety of fruit plants to the Kullu Valley and pioneered the fruit industry in the region. His descendants built roads, bridges, generated their own electricity - which, incidentally, was also supplied to the circuit house during the late Indian Prime Minister Pandit Nehru's visits. It was the Banons who established the tourism industry here by launching the first guest house in the Kullu Valley.

Now You can make online booking of Luxury Hotels in Manali India in our website

Around Manali

Hadimba or Hidimba Devi Temple: Hadima temple is a famous temple of Manali. ( 1.5 km. ) Built in 1553 A.D. also known as 'Doongri Temple' dedicated to the Goddess Hidimba ( Hirma Devi ), the wife of Bhima. Although carving is simple yet beautiful. This temple was built by Raja Bahadur Singh of Kullu.

Solang Valley: 13 kms. is a splendid valley between Solang village and Beas Kund. Solang valley offers the view of glaciers and snow capped mountains and peaks. It has fine ski slopes. The Mountaineering Institute has installed a ski lift for training purpose. Located here is a hut and guest house of the Mountaineering and Allied sports Institute, Manali.

Deo Tibba: Also known as Indralika, this 2,953 metres (9,687 ft.) high snow dove Jagatsukh, has a legend around it, with Arjuna. He started performing 'tapa' at this mountain, under the advice of Maharishi Vyas, in order to obtain the powerful Pasupata Astra from Indra.

Malana: 30-km from Katrain, near the beautiful Chandrakhani Pass of Manali, which offers striking views of Deo Tibba is the mysterious village of Malana. The village is basically famous for its temple of Jamlu and its distinct and fully reserved social and cultural set up.

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