Hotel Woodland

A 2-Star Buisness-cum-Family Hotel



Hotel Woodland

Fashion Street, Dhangu Road, Pathankot - 145001, Punjab, India

There are no direct flights to Pathankot. If you are planning to come by air, take a flight from Delhi to Amritsar or to Jammu. From the respective places either take a cab/bus/train to Pathankot.

List of Flights to Amritsar
List of Flights to Jammu

Pathankot city is one of the rarest cities in North India, having 4 railway stations of its own. Lines from Amritsar (2 hrs) and Delhi (8 hrs) merge here, and all services to Jammu (2 hrs) pass through. In addition to Pathankot station itself, there is a second station called Chakki Bank renamed Pathankot Cantt just 4 km away, which serves some express trains that do not stop in Pathankot station. Nowadays, the majority of the trains stop only at Pathankot Cantt.

List of Trains to Pathankot Cantt
List of Trains to Pathankot City

Maharana Pratap Inter State Bus Terminal Pathankot. It is well connected with bus services from Punjab roadways, Haryana Roadways, Himachal Roadways, J&K transport, and private AC Volvo buses.
Pathankot to: Delhi (505 kms), Amritsar (108 kms), Jammu (100 kms), Jalandhar (108 kms), Dharamshala (100 kms), Dalhousie (100 kms), Srinagar (400 km).

List of Buses to Pathankot City

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By Train

By Road

Hotel Woodland is located in the heart of Pathankot city on Dhangu Road. Both the Train Stations and the Bus Stand are just a couple of kilometers away. The hotel provides easy, convenient and free parking to all the guests.

Pathankot is at the meeting point of the three northern states of Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir. It is the last city in Punjab on the national highway towards Jammu and Kashmir. Due to its ideal location, it serves as a travel hub for the three northerly states. Situated in the foothills of Kangra and Dalhousie, with the river Chakki flowing close by, the city is often used as a rest-stop before heading into the mountains of Jammu and Kashmir, Dalhousie, Dharmsala, McLeod Ganj, and Kangra, deep into the Himalayas.

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