Enjoy Your Stay in Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary

The Tree Leaf Grand Oak Manor is nestled in the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary in the Kumaon hills (Uttarakhand), 25 kms from Almora. It was in 1856 that the then British Commissioner of Kumaon, General Sir Henry Ramsay, cousin to Lord Dalhousie, the Viceroy of India, acquired this piece of land and built his private home.In 1931, the property was purchased by Rai Bahadur Harkishan Lal Sah Gangola and has stayed in the family since.

Today, we have reopened the doors of this exclusive hotel for guests to offer them a taste of our old world charm and hospitality.



By Road
Delhi 380 kms / 9 hours
Kathgodam 125 kms / 4 hours
Almora 25 kms / 50 minutes

By Train
Kathgodam Railway Station

By Air
Pantnagar Airport 150kms / 4.30hrs


“A delightful mountain-top retreat deep in a forest reserve, with nothing but solitude for miles around. This is a 150-year-old mansion, but quite well-maintained. The chef is superlative, the food excellent, the service very old-world, complete with monogrammed cutlery and period furnishings, retaining the British colonial flavour of the establishment.”

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Free guided walk with our Naturalist

Book a 3 night stay and get a guided nature walk with our naturalist with our compliments.

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This is the highest point in Binsar at around 7,800 feet. Start the trek from our Estate through oak and rhododendron forests, and carry on further down to the paths leading you uphill to Zero Point.



One of the most astonishing archaeological sites in the entire region of Kumaon, the Jageshwar Temples date back to the 12th century A.D. It has more than 150 temples set amidst a lush cedar forest.



A rewarding hike of 12 kms to and fro to the Eastern Top of Ghorachula that gives you amazing views of the Nepal Himalayas and the Panchachuli peaks on a clear day.

Experience the charm of staying in a property with history which dates back to the 1850s.

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We at the Tree Leaf Grand Oak Manor are committed to reducing negative impacts on the environment, and also in contributing to the local community in as many ways as possible. We do this believing that we are trustees of the environment for generations to come.

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