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About Woods Villa

Frozen Woods is the renting out it's property Woods Villa on a temporary basis to tourists/travelers as an alternative to a hotel. We ensure our meticulous standards of service and all your needs are met. We are able to offer a full concierge service, can arrange for you a private cook, maids and other services to make your stay as comfortable as possible in Woods Villa

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Places To Visit

Nainital Naintal
Nainital lies in the heart of the 'lake district of Kumaon
Ranikhet Ranikhet
Ranikhet' means literally 'Queen's Field' and was named after the wife of the 12th century Raja Sudhar Deve. Now a cantonment, Kumaon Regiment which dates back to 1780, and was built up in the late 19th century by the British. On the way to Almora is one of the highest golf courses in the world.
Binsar Binsar
The forest of Binsar is a place of outstanding natural beauty, and served as a summer retreat for the Chand rulers, and the British who came after. A scenic spot from which one can see fine views of the Himalayas.
Naukuchiatal Naukuchiatal
Naukuchia Tal (literally 'nine-cornered lake') is an equally serene setting; a perfect spot for a picnic or for peddling gently across its still waters. The trees which fringe the waters' edges are mossy, and are festooned with creepers and orchids.
Bhimtal Bhimtal
Named after a character from the Mahabharata renowned for his extraordinary strength, BhimTal is the largest of the lakes in this region in the centre of which is a small island-restaurant. There is a large Victorian dam at one end, terraced flower gardens on either sides
Corbet National Park Corbet National Park
The Park covers 525 square kilometres of mixed deciduous forests and chaur grasslands, and is home to some 50 mammal species, 25 species of reptiles and over 580 species of birds - as well as, of course, the King of the Jungle: the tiger.
Almora Almora
Almora's renowned cultural and education centre has produced luminaries as Pandit Ravi Shankar, & the dancer, Uday Shankar. Mythologically, the Hindu god Vishnu dwelt here, and in much more recent times it has been visited by lesser mortals like D.H. Lawrence, Bob Dylan and Cat Stevens.
Kausani Kausani
Kausani lies on the atop the ridge amidst dense Pine trees overlooking Someshwar valley on one side and Garur and Baijnath Katyuri valley on the other on Almora-Bageshwar-Didihat Highway.
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