Peepal Farm Sanctuary: Traditional Mud Bunglow Farmstay in small village in Himachal Pradesh,India
We are in village Dhanotu near the Dharmshala airport engaged in animals rescue and awareness.
see peepalfarm.org for more information about our work
100% of the profits goes towards funding our work.
Be respectful of others in the space. This means maintaining moderate quiet in work hours and generally think about how your behavior impacts the people around you. Quiet hours are before 7:00 am, and after 9:00 pm.
Please throw used toilet paper in the bin in the bathroom NOT in the toilet! We will have a clogged up septic and you will have to fix it.
If you generate any non-recyclable or non-biodegradable trash you must store it and take it with you when you leave.
No animals are allowed in the rooms unless otherwise stated.
Please keep the rooms clean and tidy. A messy room can attract mice, termites, and cockroaches to the entire house.
It's a shared space, so please confine your activity and noise to your room.
No meat allowed on the property.
No alcohol is allowed on the property, including in your bloodstream.
Be mindful that sleeveless shirts, short shorts (above the knee), low cut shirts, and tight or see-through clothing are considered risque to our neighbors. For your safety, the safety of others, and respect for our neighbors please dress conservatively. What might be normal for you, might be seen as weird or even offensive in rural India. Especially dressing and touching are sensitive topics. If you do not respect this rule after being informed you will be asked to leave.
Traditionally constructed mud bunglow with loft space, private bathroom, and kitchenette. Right next to the Peepal Farm.
Things to know
Is it at the farm?
It's the adjoining property.
How is the cellphone signal?
The nearest cell phone tower is still pretty far, so the signal can be spotty. Airtel works best.
What should I carry?
Toiletries, toilet paper, towel, a flash light, battery pack, mosquito net, a sleeping sack and a good book as there's not much to do after work. We provide blankets, but if you are not used to cold winters, bring a sleeping bag.
Do you have western toilets?
How will I do laundry?
You can do your laundry by hand (soap not provided) in bucket, or use one of the laundry services in the village.
Do you have internet?
We do not provide internet. Please bring your own 4G data stick if you would like to have Wifi. Airtel works best here, Jio is next.
Are we allowed to cook our own food in the kitchen?
Yes. We do provide an electric induction stove.
Is there power backup?