Rameshpur Villa is a three storey cottage built on the mountain by Late Pandit Urbi Datta Naithani, Retired Assistant Conservator of Forests (ACF) in 1937 and named after his eldest son Late Ramesh Chandra Datta Naithani,Retired Hony Lt (b. 1915 - d. 2010). Its uniqueness is that its a single House Village in Pauri Garhwal, Uttarakhand. It also has a natural mini waterfall, which is a delight to watch during the rainy season. It has become a picnic spot for the tourists and devotees of Aadishakti Maa Bhuvneshwari who visit the temple during the poojas (religious ceremonies) held twice every year in the months of April and October. The tourist and visitors love to bathe and swim in the small pond under the waterfall. It is fun to watch little kids jumping on the pond from atop a big stone and splashing waters over one another. Rameshpur has a beautiful orchard having varieties of fruit trees ranging from mangoes, oranges (narangi), jamun, papaya, bananas. Farming is done here for home consumption. This place is endowed with mineral drinking water which gushes out from the crevices of the mountain at a particlar spot near the mini waterfall. Two cows, provide the dairy needs of the residents.
The place is away from the madding crowd and is totally pollution free. Here one feels closest to nature and finds true solace and peace of mind which is sadly missing in the over crowded Indian cities.