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A House That Travels: Stay At Khanabadosh Before It Moves Again

    What Makes It Awesome

    What is nice and genuinely different about this place is its concept. The owner is a gypsy at heart and has decided to move every three years and take the house with her. You could call it the First Ever Travelling Home. You might visit it in Mashobra now and who knows in 3 years you could maybe visit it again but maybe in Spiti or Leh or even Coorg. It is a fascinating concept. Khanabadosh is the balm your soul needs to rejuvenate and revive. When you cross the threshold of the house, you enter the surreal world of calm and peace. It is luxurious yet feels like home. The tastefully done interiors and the attention to detail are all a picture of perfection in its own quirky way. Each room has a story to tell, and if you listen closely, the story will unfold for you. Geetika, the host will leave no stone unturned to make your stay as comfortable as it can get, and her man Friday Kalam {affectionately known as Pen} will feed you till you burst. The service and attention one gets here is just amazing. You can, of course, work all that good food off by trekking, walking or just strolling in the adjoining forest. Chase a bird or whatever catches your fancy. And they also make their contribution to the community by planting more trees. You can book your stay at this awesome guesthouse through TripAdvisor.

    What Could Be Better?

    I feel they should've had a bigger place. They can house maximum 9 people right now. They also aren't very active with promotions; work just by word of mouth. While that is a great way of keeping your audience selective, most people don't know about this gem.

    How Much Did It Cost?

    INR 3,000+

    Best To Go With?

    Family, Bae, Kids, and Pets.