Kalga is a village located in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh, India. It is in the Parvati Valley, at an elevation of roughly 2,280 metres, and is surrounded by mountains. Barshaini is the closest bus stop. During the months of April to July, the town attracts large tourists and is a short detour on the hike to Kheerganga. The Parvati Valley is located in Himachal Pradesh, a state in northern India. The Parvati Valley flows eastwards from the town of Bhuntar in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh in Northern India, via a steep-sided valley, from the confluence of the Parvati River with the River Beas. The fact that Kalga is not connected to any roadways demonstrates its isolation. It provides spectacular alpine panoramas of snow-capped mountains, while friendly hospitality and delectable pahaadi food make staying in the bitterly cold surroundings worthwhile. There are numerous apple orchards and jungle trails to explore while taking in the calm of this enchanting town. 

Here are some beautiful cosy homestays in Kalga that serve the best comfort food in town- 

Village And Wild Cafe

It's a great spot to stay and hang out with friends, and the food is delicious. The hospitality is excellent, and it is administered by Abhishek and Bunny. There are no issues with electricity, network, or washrooms, as they have all of these amenities. The location is near Kalga, about a 20-minute stroll from the Dam at Barshaini. They also have a restaurant bar. The restaurant offers Chinese and Indian cuisines that are delectable and mouth-watering. A bowl of warm thukpa is all you need in the cold hilly weather. 

Price for two- 500

Bowl of warm Thukpa/ pinterest.com


Sunrise cafe

Sunrise Cafe' is a one-stop destination for those looking for adventurous trekking combined with natural beauty and a sense of calm. They deliver a memorable homestay experience at the Sunrise Cafe. It is a cosy homestay plus a cafe that is best known for its hospitality and food. This place is all about their warm momos and fries that serve the best during the chilly weather.

Price for two- 500

Juicy momos in the middle of a valley/ pinterest.com



Yalakhom is a cosy homestay cottage and a restaurant. This whole cottage is made of woods and the staff is warm and compassionate. They serve delicious Indian, Chinese and Italian cuisine. The staff makes everything from the fresh ingredients. The food tastes homely and delectable. Their dal makhani, biryani and shahi paneer is to die for! The homestay is surrounded by apple orchards which are as beautiful as it sounds. 

Price for two- 1200

Creamy Dal Makhni/ pinterest.com


Lost and Found

To feel and fill your senses, go to Lost and Found in Kalga village. Stay and enjoy the food served there. They are a nature cafe that provides food, lodging, and art. They are open all year, so you can enjoy all four seasons with them. They serve almost all kinds of cuisine from Chinese to Italian and Mughlai. Their grilled chicken platter is a lip-smacking dish that includes juicy pieces of chicken, veggies and grilled toasted bread. The food experience is worth having!

Price for two- 1500

Juicy tangy chicken/ pinterest.com


Holy Cow Cafe and Beds

Holy Cow is a lovely guest house in Kalga, a small hamlet just outside of Barshaini. This location is very stunning, surrounded by mountains and apple trees. It's quiet, and the only thing you can hear is the distant chirping of birds. Their soups and fritters are to die for! A cup of warm soup is all you need after the trek during the chilly weather.

Price for two- 1000

Nothing can beat warm tomato soup in mountains/ pinterest.com