Entire Cottage at The Apple Farm StayA 100 year old heritage home revived and refurbished maintaining its traditional kath Kuni architecture, surrounded with apple orchard creates an inspiring environment in which one can relax. Come and be a part of my this new endeavor and discover the unimaginable possibilities of a special kind of holiday, a holiday that engages all your senses and you can count on leaving with refreshed spirits . It's 60 KM's ahead of Shimla in a place called Kotkhai .
The Apple retreatThe princely state of Jubbal was founded in 1800. It was occupied by Nepal from 1803 to 1815 and by the British from 1832 to 1840. The last ruler Rana Baghat Chandra took the title of Raja in 1918. Jubbal State had an area of 288 square miles and was famous for its dense forests of 'deodar' trees. Today, Jubbal is reputed for its apple orchards which provide its residents their main source of income. The town of Jubbal is about 85 kilometres from Shimla.