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Woodsvilla Resorts in Ranikhet is situated on main Ranikhet Almora road, in Majkhali, just 4 km from Ranikhet Golf Course and around 8 km from main Ranikhet.
Ranikhet is 365 km from Delhi and 65 km from Nanital. Jim Corbett National Park lies just 90 km away from the Villa which is again one of the most popular Wild Life National Parks and a famous tourist destinations.
Woodsvilla resort in Ranikhet anikhet is an ideal destination for holidaying in the lap of nature. The beautiful resort is one of the finest properties in Ranikhet and is one of the most popular amongst Ranikhet Hotels; Nainital Hotels. The Himalayan view, visible from here is arguably the largest available from anywhere in Ranikhet. At the angle of 180 degree peaks starting from Nepal to Badrinath can be seen throughout the year.
Ranikhet means the Queen's meadow. Ranikhet is set along a 1,800 m high ridge and covered with pine and oak forests, giving very little indication of where its centre is. This is one of its attractions in that there are many enjoyable walks. The views from the ridge are magnificent and the twin peaks of Nanda Devi (7.816 m) can be clearly seen. There are plenty of museums, temples, lively bazaars and orchards full of fruit in Ranikhet. Ranikhet is also a great place where one can relax and gaze leisurely at the majestic snow-clad Himalayas.
Ages ago, a Kumaoni queen, Rani Padmini fell so deeply in love with the green glades and meadows of a tiny hill paradise that her king, Raja Sukherdev, built her a grand palace there and named the place as Ranikhet or queen’s meadow. There is no trace of a palace to lend credence to this legend, but few who have visited Ranikhet have any doubts about its charm. In 1869, the land was bought from local villagers and the British established a summer resort and recreation settlement for their troops, and a cantonment town governed by the military authorities. They also developed a hill station here. At one time, Lord Mayo, Viceroy of India, was so enchanted with the place that he wanted to move the summer Headquarters of the army away from Shimla. That did not happen but Ranikhet became and still is the Regimental Centre or the Kumaon Regiment.
Ranikhet is a tourist destination at an altitude of 1829 metres above sea level for all seasons, summer for moderate climate and winter for those who like cool climate, Ranikhet is adorned with nature’s enviable beauty. Ranikhet, a secluded and serene hill station developed by British, is located in Almora district in Uttaranchal.