Green Acre Guest House
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
Photos of Green Acre Guest House
TripAdvisor Reviews Green Acre Guest House Srinagar
Travel Blogs from Srinagar
... the lake is lined with over 1300 of them. This is apperently not true, according to the locals, house boats have always been a part of the area and culture here. The boats range in quality and size but most have the same basic design. The all have rooms for tourists and most are family run. Staying on one of these boats is a unique experience, I don't suggest swimming though. This is India after ...
... was hailing. Hailing! Still hot and muggy but hailing! How?! The plumbing in this building was designed.... badly.There was an open pipe from the roof straight into my room and also another pipe running through my room from the roof terrace. Of course, all the drains and pipes *out* of my room were blocked and so my room started flooding pretty damn quickly! It took 3 of us a good hour after the hail and rain had finished to unblock various pipes and clear away the floods. Just as ...
... we thoroughly enjoyed was witnessing the trading at the early morning vegetable market. We got up at 5:30 and headed out on a Shakara in the slowly rising sun through the maze of canals on the lake. The lake was so calm and the bird life fantastic. Then, all of a sudden we popped out into a clearing and... Pandemonium. The veggie farmers barter furiously for the best deal, with arguments and tempers flaring on the water. It's really phenomenal to watch despite feeling like a ...
... nearing the summer’s solstice, days were long, with the sunrise at around 5.15AM, and sunset at around 7.45PM only, blessing us with more time to take in the best.
After quickly dropping our luggage in Hotel Paradise Gateway and freshening ourselves, we embarked to address the itinerary for the first day, within Srinagar.
Our first stop was at Shalimar Bagh (Abode of Love), built by Mughal emperor Jahangir for his wife Nur Jahan, and which ...
... it in one day others recommended to camp overnight. We borrowed a tent from Ayub, packed David's big backpack with dry food, boiled eggs, bread and other energy food and started our hike from the small mountain village of Nanaghar. Perhaps we underestimated the Himalayan mountains or perhaps we didn't realized and researched how difficult the trek would have been, especially with David having to carry all the camping gear and maybe we thought we would be much fitter ...