We had a wonderful 3 nights stay at Rakkh. Everything from the hospitality to accomodation was amazing ! The property itself is beautiful and maintained and managed in a way you feel close to nature yet pampered in comfort ! There are so many thoughtful things throughout like the banta station, the maggi point, etc. The room we stayed in was cozy and comfortable, they had so much thought put into it ! Cookies, local tea, even the sit out was so calming! We had local birds regularly visiting us ! The pahadi kitchen was superb and so was the open kitchen to make your own pizzas ! They have a loom set up to teach us guests the hardwork that goes into wool knitting which by itself is vastly enriching. The Rakkh boasts of being able to carry out guided local trekking activities and it should boast, the guides are knowledgeable and passionate, the treks are varied and range from short for beginners to some for avid trekkers, but at all stages the resort makes you want to indulge in an enriching experience ! The best part though is the hospitality, the Property Manager personally ensures that your stay is going great from check-in to check-out, introduces you to all the wonderful experiences and makes herself available to make sure that you are actually feeling cared for at the resort , the staff constantly keeps your needs met, be it a personalised version of tea or a kind of pakora, the guides encourage you to take on adventures including cycling on a rope over a valley !! There are so many initiatives to immerse into local culture and environment and feel immersed in the beauty of the hills, all from the comfort of your resort, it's amazing! It's truly a one of a kind experience and the management leads from the front !! Highly recommended for an enriching and rejuvenating indulgence in the hills !!