Hotel Review: One Partridge Hill at Mukteshwar

Hotel Review: One Partridge Hill at Mukteshwar

Hi Everyone!

If you guys follow me on social media especially Facebook then you might know that I took a pledge to travel to Nainital and we finalized the trip as well. Well, this post is on the review of the property where we stayed at Mukteshwar, Nainital.


During our visit to Mukteshwar, we stayed at a boutique luxury homestay and the name of the property is One Partridge Hill. The drive from Delhi took us around eight hours to reach the property in which we took one breakfast and few washroom breaks. The way towards the property is a little confusing if you are traveling with the help of google maps, thus it is advisable to get the location details from the property itself.

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The first look of the property to me was cozy, luxurious and near to nature. The owner of the property was also there during our stay. She explained that the property is created keeping the mother nature in mind. The property is equipped with rainwater harvesting system and solar panel system keeping the environment resources in mind. The property has been decorated with bird theme which is the specialty of the place and you can see many beautiful birds around. The property also has some strong house rules which they expect the guests should follow during the stay, which is mentioned below:



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The property has 4 rooms for the guests and only one room has a television in it. We booked two rooms at the property, the one was an attic room and the other one below the same. The rooms were quite spacious with huge washrooms and we also had a private terrace because of the attic room. The back side of the property has forest area and a way towards an old temple. I would advise that if you are visiting this place and planning to trek the forest area, you should go in a group and in the day time. There are wild animals and dense forest area around the property. Here’s a detailed Vlog about our whole trip:


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The property does not allow you to eat in the rooms but you can have your drinks and meals downstairs or in their garden area. The meals are included in the room tariff and you will get the ‘Ghar ka Khana’ from their kitchen. The first day, after we arrived, we had lunch in which we had yellow dal, kadhai paneer, chappati, mutton biriyani, mix veg raita, salad, gulab jamun. In dinner, we had garlic bread, cutlets, non-veg kabab, shahi tukda.


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The nearby places to visit is the river which will take 20-25 min drive, Old Bangalow (created by British) which will take 10-15 mins walk and the old temple which will take 10 mins trekking. The place is situated with a beautiful view of the Almora city and we can also see the snow covered Himalaya chain of mountains from the balcony in a non-misty day. The crisp chilly air, the peaceful environment away from the city hassle, makes Mukteshwar and this property a must visit the place. But if you are not interested in following the above house rules, this might not be the right place for your stay as the property follows the rules quite strictly. I would recommend this place to those who love nature, bird watchers and love to spend their holiday in a peaceful atmosphere.

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Also, do check what Travellersfoodboxx has to say about this hotel with whom we shared our trip:

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  1. Mimi and Mitch - August 3, 2017 at 12:11 am

    Is there another way to get there other than a car? What is the closest major city? The forest looks so green, it does not look like India at all!! Great article!

    • Ruchika Das - August 3, 2017 at 10:14 pm

      Hi, the best way is a car only as the main city is Nainital from this place. India also has some amazing hidden places more beautiful than this. You just need to explore more.

  2. Suruchi - August 3, 2017 at 3:05 pm

    Nice Vlog. I completely enjoyed it. The hotel Patridge looks good, clean, at a perfect location and close to nature. The views from the place are really amazing. We really love driving to this side of Uttarakhand in monsoons, it becomes so green.

    • Ruchika Das - August 3, 2017 at 10:17 pm

      Thank you so much for your comment. Yes, this place is actually breathtaking especially the view of the Himalayan Range. We saw a leopard as well in the jungle during our stay there.

  3. Blair villanueva - August 3, 2017 at 3:30 pm

    Impressive hotel room and amenities they have. And the view is incredibly stunning. Which part of the hotel is your favorite place?

    • Ruchika Das - August 3, 2017 at 10:18 pm

      Well, there are beautiful corners inside the hotel but I love their lush green gardens.

  4. Lyf&Spice - August 3, 2017 at 7:34 pm

    This property looks just perfect- cozy and comfortable. I love the fact that they provide you with ‘ghar ka khaana’, something that we truly miss when away from home. I am bookmarking this for reference. Cheers!!

    • Ruchika Das - August 3, 2017 at 10:19 pm

      Thank you so much :) We are glad that you like our article.

  5. My Travelogue by Bhushavali - August 4, 2017 at 2:59 pm

    Nainital is indeed an incredibly beautiful place. I’m planning to go there on a road trip from Delhi! Thanks for the review of this hotel! It looks cozy and pretty. Those bird print tiles look so pretty! Good that they’re eco conscious!

  6. Punita Malhotra - August 11, 2017 at 10:47 am

    That’s a lovely property. Pretty decor and furnishings. A great choice for a make-believe home in the hills. There are so many homestays in Uttarakhand now!


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