'Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.'
- Albert Einstein
In the faraway lands of the mighty Himalayas, the mountains grace the tranquil greens, silence speaks a thousand words and nature appears in full glory. In such mystical lands of peace and solitude, lies FARAWAY Renz.
We, 3 families of 4 each, went for a much-needed getaway and to spend the new year vacation to Faraway Renz located in the hills beyond the Corbett Park, for 5 days.
...the rooms were a real surprise as all the 6 rooms were clean, spacious and had all the necessary things in place for our stay... all with a direct view of the snow-covered mountain peaks! We were all mesmerized by the location of the homestay, the view was just breathtaking.
... Another highlight of the place is the moonrise, which believe me, we had never seen before anywhere. It was the real beauty of nature. The sky was clear for most of the days and full of stars where we sat for 2 days in a row to see the different constellations and to our surprise we could see moving satellites without any telescopes (never thought of that)...
... it was a memorable holiday for all of us and we came back happy and refreshed, we will definitely want to visit the place soon again.
The resort is a must visit, it has a Shangrila effect ..the rooms are huge ,made of polished stones ..very clean and is equipped with all luxuries of a star rated hotel ..we witnessed the first ever moon rise .. the entire valley becomes moon lit ..this is a very rare sight ..the mornings were full of sunshine and the site of the Himalayan range was just magical ...hospitality and service is top class ,the food is wow - mutton curry , muli ke khichauni, kumaoni sweets and fruits (Malta , Kinu) ..the best part is the bonfire and live barbeque ....you get to make your own kebabs ..exploring the jungle & village through a 5 km track and spotting a few rare birds was super fun ..had an awesome..and relaxed stay , hope to be there again ..soon.
A walk in the woods. Classic cottages in the mountains. Beauty of sunrise. Sleeping under the stars. Wandering clouds soaking you in love with nature. If you are planning for a peaceful vacation with your loved ones, then faraway renz is the place to fall in love with, it is as simple as that. Take a break, and do go to Faraway Renz.
The resort has 6 cottages and an opulently rustic bungalow. The rooms are are superb example of masonry with stone blocks and pinewood roofs and panelling, with modcons. The cottages, interestingly, are all named after famous single malts of Scotland- Mactavish, Grant, Mackenzie and Bowmore! The view of Kumaon Himalayas, from Trishul to Nanda Devi et al is to die for! The picnic table on a ridge overlooking the valley takes the cake. The Kumaoni cuisine is simple and mouthwatering. There is even a children's play yard with slide and a sand-pit!
We visited Renz during January 2016. It was one of the most tranquil, rejuvenating and memorable stays in a long long time. The views from the cottages was breathtaking during the day and nights were even better with the clearest sky - unbelievable view of the stars in the sky - something one does not get to notice in the polluted Delhi air. Run by Rishi and his wife Nidhi who took great care of us... they have good facilities, serve some delectable food and even accompanied us to some short beautiful treks. They also arranged for us to cook over a small barbeque in the evening - great experience!! But the best part is the silence, it is almost therapeutic for city dwellers. Plan to visit again very soon.
The stay at Faraway Renz was one of my most memorable holidays to date. Everything about the place was far ahead of our expectations. The rooms, the views, the food, the service and the peace and silence of that we so badly wanted. The facilities are as good or better than some of the best resorts I have been to. The food was customized to our liking and the service was personalized to give us the privacy and the experience we wanted. The views from the resort are breathtaking, use a cliche. Fortunately for us the skies were clear and we got beautiful views of the snow-peaked himalayas by the day, and the stars by the night. I have never seen so many stars in the sky from anywhere before. The trees and the treks around the place are very good, and unspoilt by crowds and pollution. Want to go there again and again.