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Apple View guesthouse - in Old Manali, Himachal Pradesh, India
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Room rates for Apple View guesthouse

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All rooms at Apple View guest house are charged at the low rate of 150 Indian Rupees per day for one or two person occupancy. Two of the rooms have a small back room with an additional bed; should you wish to use this there is an additional 50 Indian Rupees charge per day for a third person.

The rate is inclusive of all costs except food and drink.

Rates are current as of January 2008.


Finding your way here

There is a map on the next page showing how to find your way to Apple View from the Old Manali bridge. If you still have trouble finding us or want help with your bags, please phone us from the bridge in Old Manali and we will come and get you.


Contact & booking

If you wish to contact Apple View make an enquiry or a booking, please call Rabet Ram Thakur:

0091 1902 253899 from overseas, or
01902 253899 from within India

To get in touch by email, click here

 

   
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Apple View guesthouse offers comfortable budget accomodation to Western backpackers, trekkers and party goers in the Indian Himalaya. The guest house is located among the apple orchards close to the village of Old Manali - a favourite destination of Western travellers in Himachal Pradesh during the summer heat in India. Manali is situated at the Northern end of the Kulu Valley (also known as the Valley of the Gods), a popular trekking region and also a jump off point for treks in Ladakh, Zanskar, Lahaul, Spiti and Kinnaur. Popular day walks and sight seeing destinations include the 3995 metre high Rohtang pass, the hot springs at Vashisht, the ski resort of Solang Valley, the famous Hadimba temple at Dunghri and the village of Naggar, with it's wood and stone castle and the former home of the painter Nicholas Roerich, now a gallery.

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