About the hotel
Manali is a quaint town in Himachal Pradesh. It is known as the resort town of India and frequented by honeymooners and backpackers owing to its natural beauty of snow-capped mountains and pristine rivers. Manali is a well-known place for adventure junkies so paragliding, rafting, and mountaineering are the popular adventure activities to try in Manali. The best time to visit Manali is from March to June when you can explore the sightseeing spots in Manali and enjoy the cool, pleasant weather.
Situated 3.2 km from Beas river view point, V Resorts Apple Croft Cottage is a 3-star cottage-style resort in Manali that offers comfortable rooms and a host of modern-day amenities to make your stay in Manali a worthwhile experience. The rooms offer a balcony and breathtaking views of the mountains. Modern fixtures, cosy beds, ample space, and natural light are the highlighting features of the rooms. Free Wi-Fi allows staying connected to your work.
An open-air garden is available in the premises where you can take a leisurely stroll and even host small parties, events and spend quality time. The rooftop caf is ideal for evenings where you can order light snacks and a beverage of your choice. The resort also offers a business centre to allow guests to work in a well-appointed and hassle-free environment. They also have a number of indoor games and activities including table tennis, pool, and chess board. Among the travelling options in and out of Manali, the nearest airport is the Kullu Manali airport situated about 53 km away whereas the Joginder Nagar railway station is the nearest airport situated 146 km and Shimla railway station is 248 km.
Things to do in Manali are plenty, those interested in sightseeing in Manali, the Naggar Castle, Hampta Pass, Beas River, Zana Falls and Jogini Waterfall are places to check out. Tourists wanting to explore the history and culture of Manali can visit the Museum of Himachal Culture & Folk Art, Gadhan Thekchhokling Gompa Monastery. For shopping, Manu Market is the main bazaar in Manali where tourists can taste local cuisines and purchase shawls, jackets and handcrafted items as collectible souvenirs.