|Single occupancy:||Double occupancy:||Includes|
|INR 2500||2900||Breakfast, WiFi, Taxes|
|HOTEL HIGHWAY INN|
|Single occupancy||Double occupancy||Includes|
|INR 2400||INR 2700||Breakfast, WiFi, Taxes|
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Most patients from abroad like to recover for 2-5 days in the salubrious climate of the Villa in the Himalayas.
The calm and peaceful air of Kasauli belies any sense of history.
Historically, Kasauli is one of those hill stations that was developed by the British Empire during its peak period in India. It is one of those places that, despite its beauty still has yet to find itself prominently on the tourist’s map. In fact, it is very good for all those who yearn to spend some time alone with their family or, for that matter, even themselves.
Kasauli region was in the thick of the westward Gurkha expansion stemmed with some difficulty by the joint efforts of the British and some local chieftains, in 1814. The Gurkhas ceded the fort at Sabathu and this was turned into a convalescent home for British nationals. Some time later the Governor-General, Lord Amherst, decided to develop Shimla Hills as a summer gateway for the British establishment and Col. Tapp, political agent at Sabathu, came to survey the Kasauli area. The 1857 Indian War of Independence stirred the hearts of the Kasauli Guard, numbering about eighty Indian soldiers. Receiving news that the Gurkha Regiment at nearby Jutogh has also risen in revolt, the garrison at Kasauli set out to join them. Before the two could combine and pose a serious threat, the British agent talked the Gurkha Regiment into submission, on promise of a general pardon. The Kasauli Guard found themselves completely isolated. So far from being pardoned, they were severely punished for their insurgence. Kasauli was developed as a cantonment-sanatorium over 20 years, after the British had based themselves at Shimla. Most of the old houses in Kasauli, bought by princely families of Punjab and by generals in the Indian Army around the time of Independence, have been maintained quite well.
On a sultry August morning in 1841 a group of mourners walked home, weighed down by deep sorrow. They had just buried an infant, Letitia Lawrence, in a quiet place below Kasauli. Her grief stricken parents, Henry and Honoria Lawrence, then decided to build a cottage in Kasauli from where they could see their daughter’s grave (Sunny Side). From this melancholy beginning arose the hill station of Kasauli which still retains its somewhat mournful silence. Kasauli is a small town with a population of about 5000 people, but it has a history dating some 150 years, with it’s own folklore and even a haunted house on Khetarpal Marg. A ruin with two abandoned hearths looking to the northern snow peaks. It is claimed that on a dark night after 8.00 pm the ghost’s footsteps will follow you.