Neerlaya, Kulu

About the hotel

Located on the banks of the river Beas, surrounded by forest and orchards on the other two sides, Neeralaya is completely isolated from the crowds that make a beeline for the hills to escape the summer heat. The villas, built in old recycled timber, stone and slates sourced locally. Food at the villas is freshly cooked home style with fresh vegetables from our farm, free range poultry and fresh trout from the river. Plenty of outdoor activities are available from the villas: mountain bikes, river rafting, day return hikes and guided tours to the local temples and villages. We also take great pride in organizing some of the best picnics that are there to be organized in the valley.

Accommodation details


Each are a generous 1500 sq. feet of tastefully furnished two bedrooms + bathrooms, sitting-room, dining, kitchen and a veranda with a private garden. Each of these can ideally accommodate a family of 4 or two couples.

Junior Suite

Three Junior Suites or A Three bedroom Villa. Equally tastefully furnished single bedroom bathroom, sitting-room, dinning, kitchenette with veranda/balcony suites with wonderful views of the river and access to private gardens.

More... Cosmos Wisteria Wild Rose .An airy and romantic cottage with a spacious living room, cosy library and picture windows to bathe each room in sunlight.


White Water River Rafting:- You can experience the thrills of white water rafting down the chilling waters of river 'Beas' that flows along our property. Choose from a short 3km stretch for beginners as well as a long stretch of 12 km for the more adventurous.

Mountain Biking: - Just break free the shackles and test your endurance levels biking in the pristine air on some of most scenic trails.

Trekking & Hiking :- There are numerous trails that you can choose from with an accompanied guide to be with the mountains and its treasures

Trout Fishing Trout Fishing :- There isn't a sport that can be more peaceful and exciting at the same time as fishing, especially when it comes to fishing for brown trout.

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