Gurney House

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About Gurney House, Nainital

Gurney House is a historic building located in Nainital, Uttarakhand, India, and was the residence of hunter-conservationist and writer Jim Corbett. It is located near Nainital Lake, and was built in 1881. Miss Margaret Winifred Corbett, Jim Corbett's sister, sold the house to Mr. Sharda Prasad Varma in the year 1947 when they left for Kenya. Currently the house is owned by his granddaughter, Nilanjana Dalmia. The cottage was constructed in 1880 with the dismantled material of their earlier house on Alma Hill (which was on the hill on which a landslide occurred). And hence the name implying a house built of carted material of a dismantled house.

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Overview of Gurney House

Welcome to the page of Gurney House. This is a place of interest in the city of Nainital in India. Although listed here, Gurney House is not one of the most visited sightseeing places in Nainital.

Home to bountiful attractions like Naini Lake, High Altitude Zoo, Eco Cave Gardens, Goddess Naina Devi Temple and Snow View Point, there are many things to do in Nainital that you can explore on your visit.

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  • I get goosebumps when I feel that the great man lived here. But only a few of his belongings remain; most have been replaced by new holder.

  • Nice place to visit ... And see the old house

  • Jim Corbett's own house, his belongings are still there.

  • This place is currently owned by the Dalmias. It is known to have been the residence of the famous tiger hunter, Jim Corbett after whom the famous Corbett National Park is named.

  • Jim Corbet and his sister Maggi lived here until they moved to keniya in 1947.

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