Bharmour, formally known as Brahmapura, was the ancient capital of Chamba district, India. It is situated at an altitude of 7000 feet in the Budhi valley. Distance from Chamba to Bharmour is 64 km & from Pathankot (Nearest railway station) it is 175km.
Bharmour is known for its raw scenic beauty still untouched by tourist and for its ancient temples. Bharmour, also known as Shiv Bhumi, preserves some of the oldest temples belonging to 10th century.
Our property, Parondi hills is situated on the peak of a mountain which is 2 km from Bharmour bus stand. The place is surrounded by High Mountain peaks & some mountain peaks are fully covered with Deodar trees forming dense forest. During winter season the mountains are covered with snow, and when the snow starts melting in summers it provides a grazing area to nomadic shepherds, known as Gaddi. View of a glacier, which remains frozen almost 9 month in a year, can be seen right from our property. Inside property, we have a tree house for our guest to enjoy the scenic beauty of the location & also a Rock room where original big mountain rock is part of one of the walls of the room. Our property includes an apple orchard, fresh natural water resource (which provides 24x7 fresh water for our guests), cows for milk, and large open playing ground for kids & private bonfire premise for each cottage. We grow our own vegetables and herbs for cooking, which are 100% organic.
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