Drifters' Inn & Cafe

Address: Manu Temple Road, Manali, Himachal Pradesh, 175131, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Manu Temple Road, Manali, is near River Beas, Hot Springs at Manikaran, Prashar Lake, and Cantt Retreat.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsDrifters' Inn & Cafe Manali

      Reviewed by hannahindia

      Spot On

      Reviewed Aug 14, 2014
      by (3 reviews) , India Flag of India

      We arrived in the early hours , we had already pre booked our room via email, they let us in no problem, we felt very welcomed here, The room was clean and tidy with tea making facilities, The owner and staff were very friendly, the food in the restaurant below was fantastic, I'm sure we ate more then we should of but it was so tasty. Would definitely recommend this to any backpacker.

      Time to relax
      Palchan, India
      Hammock time on the rooftop !
      Palchan, India

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Drifters' Inn & Cafe Manali

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      Travel Blogs from Manali

      Happy Drifting

      A travel blog entry by hannahindia on Aug 14, 2014

      2 photos

      We travelled by sleeper bus to Manali, which took ten hours, the journey was surprisingly ok. I wasn't travel sick which is the main thing, as i tend to be more often than not. We arrived in the early hours and it was cold and and dark. We travelled by Tuk Tuk to the hotel and checked in and slept. Hmmm we seem to be doing a lot of sleeping on this …

      Heaven in the hills

      A travel blog entry by griceydoesasia on Nov 05, 2013

      13 photos

      ... shape of a house throughout the trees, I opened the book to read a description of the house and as I did so an Indian man appeared on the other side of a padlocked gate. Great I thought, here goes Gricey blagging his way in. Nope. In order to blag you must first speak the same language, as pointing to the indecipherable words in your English book to a Hindi old man will not get you through the gate. **** again. I had now got a taste for this ...

      Just missed the Dalai Lama

      A travel blog entry by cameron.burge on Jul 17, 2012

      ... A young Tibetan had developed his own show, a one man show where he gave the audience a "one on one" insight into his life and the work that he was doing as an artist. I can speak for everyone who has seen this show "The Lion Man" that you do not expect what you get after a slow start, well lets put it this way he get the "whole" crowd involved in the show, some in ...

      Enjoying The Himalayan Highlife

      A travel blog entry by thestewarts on May 29, 2012

      33 photos

      ... peaceful with real jaw-dropping vistas - it felt like you could almost reach out and touch the Himalayas! We started off by taking an incredibly hair-raising bus-ride to Barshani (2hrs, 30R), then luckily bumped into some fellow trekkers who pointed us in the right direction. The walk started off pretty tough, but evened off after about one and a half hours, where we had a break near a little village. It took about the same again to reach the next little tea-house, where we had ...

      Hired a guide this time and he got us lost!

      A travel blog entry by matt.s.wise on Jun 10, 2011

      ... holes of the plug socket!). The squat-toilet and cold bucket-shower are in separate outhouses but I am perfectly fine with this. So far, this is nothing special for a cheap room. But the view from my room is nothing short of breathtaking. The view looks over the rest of the village of Tosh and down the valley to where this valley joins the main Parvati Valley, the mountain slopes are variously covered in pine forest and mixed forest, and in the background the tops ...

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      Time to relax
      Palchan, India
      Hammock time on the rooftop !
      Palchan, India