Seclude Ramgarh, Uttarakhand

Gram & village Behrakot, Malla Ramgarh, Ramgarh, 263137 India (Show map)
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Seclude is a beautiful & peaceful place like its name. The view from the rooms are amazing, just overlooking the hills. Beauty of the place can be best viewed at night with clear star studded sky. Rooms are spacious & well furnished. Food served is homely & delicious. Nainital, Bhimtal & other nearby tourist places are easily reachable through taxi or buses. Tucked high into the side of an imposing mountain, Seclude Ramgarh overlooks a dramatic vista of an open valley and verdant hills. The three -bedroom bungalow is a spectacular home built on modern lines using traditional wood and stone. Surrounded by the tranquility and hushed serenity of the mountains, it is an ideal place to 'do nothing', or if you are feeling energetic, explore the nearby areas of Nainital, Bhimtal and the beautiful Temple of Bells. Every room has an en suite bathroom, running hot and cold water, double beds, soft linen and duvets, and the most amazing views imaginable. A large living room acts as a common area to read and relax over a cup of fresh-brewed coffee. Ramgarh is a place to visit, if you are in search of calmness, relaxation & beauty of nature. Seclude adds to the enthralling journey to Ramgarh. The ambiance of the place augmented its aura. Seclude is a rental holiday home in Malla Ramgarh capturing the beauty & quietness of that place. It has three rooms all clean & comfortable. This place rejuvenates the travelers mind & quenches the wanderers thirst.


Rooms & Rates

Deluxe Double - Queen bed

Deluxe Double room : Our Double Rooms have a large window with breathtaking mountain view. It has facilities like : en-suite bathroom, toiletries, towel and linen, hot & cold water supply, tea/coffee maker, room service.

  • Maximum Capacity: 3
  • Bathroom Private Bath
  • Beds 1 Queen

Nightly Rate: INR 66.14 - INR 66.14

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Location Type

Mountains, Rural, Secluded, Small town


2.9 miles

Directions to property:

298 km - about 5 hours 33 mins 1.Head east on Rajpath toward Rafi Ahmed Kidwai Marg 1.8 km 2.Turn left onto C - Hexagon Pass by the park (on the right in 400 m) 0.9 km 3.Slight left onto Purana Quila Rd Pass by Guru Harkrishan Public School (on the left) 0.6 km 4.Turn right onto Mathura Rd Pass by IBP Petrol Pump (on the left) 0.4 km 5.Turn left onto Bhairon Marg Pass by Pragati Maidan (on the left in 300 m) 0.6 km 6.Keep left to stay on Bhairon Marg 0.5 km 7.Turn right onto Grand Trunk Rd/Mahatma Gandhi Marg/Ring Rd 1.3 km 8.Keep left to continue on AH2- 0.3 km 9.Turn left onto NH 24 - 0.5 km 10.Slight right to stay on NH 24 - Partial toll road Pass by Petrol Pump (on the left in 28.1 km) 185 km 11.turn left onto Kothi Khas Bagh Rd -1.0 km 12.Turn left onto Maulana Mohamed Ali Jauhar Marg/Rahe Raza/Rampur Swar Bazpur Marg Continue to follow Rampur Swar Bazpur Marg 5.7 km 13.At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit and stay on Rampur Swar Bazpur Marg 0.9 km 14.Continue straight onto Rampur Swar Bazpur Marg/MDR 49W Continue to follow MDR 49W Pass by Shah Farm House (on the left in 2.3 km) 36.0 km 15.Continue straight Pass by M F Auto (on the right in 2.1 km) - 4.2 km 16.At Joint Hosting Web Services, continue onto Nainital Rd Pass by Police Station (on the left) - 15.1 km 17.Continue onto Nainital Rd Pass by Amar Memorial Public School (on the left in 6.2 km) - 9.5 km 18.Turn left at Police Check Post - 21.7 km 19.Continue onto Nainital-Kaladungi Rd 3.5 km 20.Keep right- 0.9 km 21.Turn right - 0.5 km 22.Sharp right - 2.6 km 23.Continue onto Ayarpatta - 1.0 km 24.Continue onto Nainital - Kaladungi Rd Pass by Indian Oil Petrol Pump (on the right) - 0.7 km 25.Continue onto Bada Bazar Rd Pass by Chalet Hall (on the left) - 0.5 km 26.At B.D Pandey Hospital, continue onto Mall Road Pass by State Bank of India (on the left) Destination will be on the right - 1.9 km Nainital, Uttarakhand, India

Area Attractions

Nature area, River

Inn Details

Establishment type

Other, Homestay

On-site amenities

Board games, Copier, Fireplace, Fridge, Ironing Board, Kitchenette, Library, Microwave, Outdoor grilling, Parking, Satellite/Cable TV, Telephone, Washer/dryer , Internet Dongle

Room amenities

Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, TV, Wi-Fi

Check Dates


  • Check In:: 02:00 pm
  • Check Out:: 12:00 noon
  • Open All Year Round: Yes
  • Smoking Allowed: Outside only
  • Drinking Allowed: Outside only
  • Alcohol Provided No
  • Suitable For Children: Limited
  • Childcare Provided: No
  • Guest Pets Allowed: No
  • Disabled Access No

Terms and Conditions

  • Minimum Stay: 1 night
  • Accepted payments VISA, Mastercard, Cash
  • Deposit Amount Required: No deposit required
  • Cancellations: In case of cancellation, out of the total tariff of the entire booked period, 50% will be forfeited if the booking is cancelled more than 7 days in advance and 100% will be forfeited if the booking is cancelled less than 4 days in advance.100% will refund if cancellation more than 7 days in advance.



Sunita Passi

Languages spoken

Hindi, English

Resident Pets

No pets allowed

About the innkeepers

Hi, I am friendly, easy going person who likes to meet new people. My hobbies are traveling, dancing and great food. I am here to assist you, please have a look at photos/description and if you like what you see or have any question, just drop me a line.

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  • Time Served: 07:30AM -09:30AM
  • Serving Location: Breakfast/dining area

Signature Dish

Local Food
Food is often cooked in pure ghee- where it can be afforded- and is high in hot spices such as red chillies. Popular dishes include chainsoo (a dish of black gram dal), ras (a mixture of dals), jholi (a thick gravy with potatoes, tomatoes and other vegetables), kafuli (a spinach dish), and local breads such as chapattis, mandua ki roti and gahat ke paranthe. Chutneys made from sesame seeds, hemp seeds and other local ingredients help perk up meals. Popular sweets include the famous baal mithai of Almora, studded with tiny globules of sugar and made from milk cooked till it’s brown and semi-solid; and singhodi, made from desiccated coconut and khoya, and wrapped in a fragrant leaf.