This property is a symbolic representation of Fogs surrounding the hills, that brings about a soothing and pleasant feeling in one's heart and soul. Interiors have been designed and built using the finest wood - deodar, which is renowned for its durability.
The layout, furniture & fittings use a mix of modern and traditional - elements of Manali, to provide an elegant look and feel to the cottages. All modern amenities have been provided for the needs of our esteemed guests.
These cottages were the brainchild of seasoned hospitality entrepreneur Khem Raj Thakur, Khem Raj Thakur is a renowned mountaineer and skier, has over three-dozen summits in the Indian Himalayas to his credit and also trekked extensively in India and abroad.
His goal and vision is to give total solutions for adventure tourism in the most efficient and ethical manner i.e by guiding, handholding, assist, coordinate and provide expertise services for mountaineering expeditions, trekking, camping, skiing touring and for other related adventure activities.
This Cottage in Manali intends to offer you excellent service that makes your stay in Himachal Pradesh all that a rewarding and pleasant experience. We would like to welcome you to our cottages at an internationally famous tourist hill station Manali (H.P.) India. It is situated at Prini village, Hamta road near Snow Peaks resorts which is 3km From Manali towards Nagger. Foghills offers you a very comfortable and luxurious stay with the Himalayan mountains around and nature making you feel at home.
The interiors are perfectly designed taking into consideration the climatic condition of the place while utmost care has been taken to make you feel comfortable. The rooms are provided with all amenities and facilities required. The carpets and paintings hanging on the walls of the rooms blend with the interiors.
Himachal Pradesh is rich in timber, especially strong and long-lasting is used as building materials. The Finest wood - deodar that lasts for 100 years in water has been used in building the cottage and the style of building is 'Kathkuni' or 'Kathkundi' which is unique to this region .
The system of construction is a mesh of interlocking horizontal deodar sleepers. Rock and earth have been used as usual fillers and some use of pounded earth. A singular characteristic is the absence of vertical members. With inherent elasticity, the design has an enormous seismic response.