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A former cantonment of the British Raj, Kasauli became established as a colonial hill station thanks to its temperate climates. Also thanks to these climates it is a gardener’s paradise and it has many green-fingered inhabitants!  Our pick of the best places to stay in Kasauli are great for a complete escape.

To walk along its pine-lined lanes is to pass many a quintessentially English cottage garden, brimming with roses. Visit during the summer months (March to June) when the days are warm, nights are cool and the whole region is a burst of colour. 

Built in 1853 Christ Church is a charming building and a beautiful walk.

Walk along the Gilbert Trail, through the region's pine forests and hill tops.

Kasauli is home to an impressive array of birdlife, porcupines and the skittish Sambar deer.

But in fact one of the primary draws of Kasauli is how little there is to do. Today, one of the ultimate luxuries in life is just to relax with a good book, with only the sounds of nature to interrupt your solace.

Our pick of the best places to stay in Kasauli all provide the prefect hideaway.

Best places to stay in Kasauli

For total relaxation

  • Surrounded by rose filled gardens The 7 Pines is a relaxing retreat. So much more than your average homestay the food is superb, serving both Indian and Continental, and the interiors are to die for. There are plenty of walks right from your front door.

Still not sure which to book? Browse through our list of the best places to stay in Kasauli to start to plan your trip. Widen the net and check out all our recommendations in Himachal Pradesh, or contact one of our friendly gurus for advice.

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  • 7 Pines

    Kasauli (Himachal Pradesh)

    Tucked away in Kasauli's tranquil hills this Himalayan homestay is a labour of love. Anglo-Indian in style the decor is English country house meets Indian chic. The food is far superior to that of an ordinary homestay with Indian and Western dishes on offer. Relax with a book in the fragrant garden.

    8 rooms from $150
    Great walks  -  There are several walks right from the doorstep - take the dogs with you if you like!
    Back to Nature  -  In the foothills of the Himalayas with only the sound of birdsong for distraction.
    Sights nearby  -  Kuthar Palace houses an impressive collection of artwork and antiques.
    Cooking classes  -  Ask Prem, the head chef, to teach you some of his secrets!
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