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Castle Nagger Hotel

One of the finest heritage hotels in Naggar, Hotel Castle in Naggar overlooks the Kullu Valley. This unique medieval stone and wood edifice has an art gallery exhibiting the paintings of the Russian artist Nicholas Roerich.



This magnificent medieval Castle was constructed by Raja Sidh Singh of Kullu in around 1460 AD. More than hundred years ago this castle was converted into a rest house. Later, in the year 1978, this ancient building was handed over to HPTDC to run as a heritage hotel.

General Information

State : Himachal Pradesh;City : NaggarLocation : Distt Kullu, Naggar - 175101, Himachal Pradeh, India 

Distance From Airport :    36 Km
Distance From Station :    120 Km

Founded by Raja Visudhpal, Naggar is an ancient town in Himachal Pradesh commanding mesmerizing views of the picturesque landscape. Naggar, the former capital of Kullu, is situated on the left bank of River Beas at an altitude of 1851m. 

Services & Facilities:-

  • 24-hour supply of hot and cold running water with attached bath
  • In-house Laundry and Dry cleaning facility
  • Telephone (ISD/STD)
  • Color television with satellite channels

Dining at Hotel Castle Naggar

Gorge upon some delectable vegetarian and non-vegetarian eatables from various cuisines at Hotel Castle in Naggar.

Recreational and Other Facilities at Hotel Castle Naggar

There are various means of recreation and other facilities at Hotel Castle, Naggar that are characteristic of the heritage hotels in Naggar –Art Museum

  • Travel desk
  • Car rental
  • Doctor on call
  • Safe deposit locker 

There are several airy and spacious rooms at the hotel, ensuring a comfortable stay. Each room is tastefully appointed and decorated exquisitely with traditional western Himalayan architecture. Besides, the rooms at Hotel Castle, Naggar are bestowed with –

  • 24-hour supply of hot and cold running water with attached bath
  • In-house laundry and dry cleaning facility
  • Telephone (ISD/STD)
  • Color television with satellite channels

Places to visit Near Nagger, Manali

Beas Kund Near Manali, Manali
A historic place, it is believed that Sage Vyas used to take his daily bath here, Beas Kund is hence regarded as sacred by the Hindus. The birth place of the imposing River Beas, Beas Kund is secluded by an igloo like stone formation. A distinctive rocky terrain, this place is devoid of vegetation and one can only reach the valley by foot. Apart from its sacred significance, the Beas Kund region merits marvelous and challenging activities such as trekking and camping for adventure lovers in Manali. This place has one of the most appealing treks in the Kullu region that anyone can try. Beas Kund is the starting point for nearby peaks such as Shitidhar, Friendship, Ladakhi and Hanuman Tibba. It will take around 3 to 4 hours to discover the region which is among the most renowned attractions around Manali.

Chandrakhani Pass, Himanchal, Manali

The amazing mountains and passes around Manali play a great role to enhance tourism in the region. Chief among them is the Chandrakhani Pass which is situated in the Pin Parbati range and connects Malana village to the Kullu Valley. This is a great launch pad for trekking in the region; the pass is popular for its picturesque beauty. Chandrakhani is 3600m above sea level. Malana village offers a cultural experience all its own.

Solang Valley, Himanchal, Manali
The Adventure escape from Manali. A short 30 min drive from Manali is the adventure destination of Manali. A playground for the tourists Solang Nalla is a champion and chameleon all rolled into one. Solang Nalla changes its skin with the seasons. In winter its a skiing paradise, with children of all ages slipping and sliding over the fresh white snow. Skidoos, rubber tubes, sledges et all. Its possible to enjoy the pleasure of snowfall while hobnobbing with honeymoon couples. In the summer its a playground for people who want to paraglide, bounce around while Zorbing and ofor the more serious, Solang is also the starting point for my treks.

Rohtang Pass, Manali
Rohtang Pass is a must visit for all Manali Travelers. At a distance of 51 kms from Manali and a height of 3979 meters Rohtang is on the highway to Leh. Depending on the time of the year the drive to Rothang can be between two hours to 5 hours.
The pass is open from June to October each year for motor vehicles but of course local people and trekkers do cross it earlier. This place is an activity hive for Tourist to Manali, most of whom come here for the snow and great views. In the summer tourist come here to enjoy the many waterfalls en route. This pass is a gateway to Lahaul Spiti, Pangi and Leh valley and is of vital importance to the local people and the Indian Army. The view of the twin peaks of the Geypan which are holy mountains to the Lahuali people is breathtaking.

Naggar Near Manali, Manali

A short drive away from Manali along the left bank of the river Beas is the beautiful village of Naggar. The quaint Naggar Castle which is now a Heritage Hotel was once the seat of the local rulers and offers wonderful views of the Beas valley. Naggar can be reached from the right bank of the Beas as well by crossing over at Patlikul. The Nicholas Roerich Art Gallery is a highlight of this village, featuring many of the famous artist's Himalayan works. It is housed in a picturesque home perched on a beautiful green shoulder again featuring great views all around. The Gauri Shanker Temple and the stunning Tripura Sundri Temple offer an insight into local architecture.

Parvati Valley, Himanchal, Manali

Parvati Valley is the most important remnant of the Hippy trail in India. Himachal Pradesh is infamous for its reputation in mild narcotics and no other place is more infamous than Parvati Valley and its shinning star Malana. Starting or rather ending at the confluence of the Parvati River and the River Beas, the Parvati Valley is a steep, narrow valley dotted with village both famous and infamous. Malana, Kasol, the Sikh and Hindu pilgrimage town of Manikaran, Kalga, Pulga, a waterfall called Rudra-Nag and the stunning Kheerganga, with a temple and sulphurous hot springs to relax those aching bones. Be careful not to spend too much time in the water as the smell of sulphur can be nauseating.

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