Our umbrella shaped building accomodates trekkers and guests in 17 rooms flowing with outward balconies and inwards attached bath. Don't miss Panorama of Mountain view (Annapurna and Fishtail) from our resort. Experience village in own perspective.
Quite remote from city area, it is ideal for visitors seeking for best services and quiet location. It is naturally great with wild woods, ponds, birds and butterflies. If you want to be with nature and enjoy the peace, you should choose us to host.
Far from the noisy rhymes of human inventions and exaggereted civilization of urban life, we live under the shade of misty clouds, glittering mountains, chirping birds, and dazzling butterflies.
It would be a place to visit for an artist, musician, writer, cinematographer and any peace loving individual with own village tastes. It would be a good switch for anyone living with electricity, 'cause you know to change your appreciation of habits with loadshedding routines and get used to with solar powered lighting systems.
You can choose to live in any part of our house or choose to camp far from the main building. Or choose to live in one of our neighbour's house. Just make sure you don't hate your options, cause this is no urban legend with fully equipped modern house.
We have our own pets. Buffaloes (don't say them cows), goats and hens. They play around and you may join them. But I know you don't like playing with them: you just want to take photos. However they don't mind you.
We have rooms with village style beds, low beds, palangs and some are furnished with carpets. All are floored with Nepali mats/carpets which were hand-made.
The kitchen is also fun to watch. One room is traditional, economic and minimal cooking house where we depend on firewood. Another is huge and full of activity. Our tea is special, organic and to your new taste.
You can move around in the balcony, roof-top restaurant, sit in the lobby, be in the pethouse, see around the traditional meuseums. You can try on different outfits and choose to click photos with various parts of the traditional house. We neighbour our village school where you may play with school kids and provide your substantial gift of knowledge and skills for their future.
Interaction with guests
We try to help you in all sort of matters regarding short visits around Pokhara or being informative ideas regarding Nepal, its customs and traditions.
Our family is our village. We are from same line -- Adhikari. It is so called Adhikari village. We love to talk with you about your lifestyles, passions and your adventure emotions. We will in turn talk about our Nepali life, the tools of farm, art and craft. The mythology of our ancient lords. The epics of meditation, yoga and Hindu rituals. The power of music in relation to different spirits.
Other things to note
We live a Nepalese life. It is no wonder that the hike uphill will surprise you with village farming, cattle farms, muddy fields and robust carriages(doko). Wonder will move you. Just be careful on the stones you tread on, so that you won't get tricked.
You can find bikes to come here. You can choose to do Mardi trek, ABC trek, Panchase trek, Dhampus treks, Lwang Ghalel treks and adventures etc from here.
You might get lucky to see locals playing old games like dandi biyos (Game of long stick and short stick), Bow-arrow, Volleyball and Football.
However be sure to gather required gears like waterproof jackets and sport shoes. Don't trust internet for it may go down. Few groceries are here for sweets, biscuits, water and tea. But buying clothes and ornaments won't be easy around.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
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I worked as Lecturer in Nepal's high population campus Prithvi Narayan Campus. I also served as Assistant Campus Chief for already 2 years. I have been working in resort industry with my son and wife Radha. We started this in our own village to promote our region as youngers are shifting to urban zones and villages are getting lifeless.