If you have never seen a typical Nepali village house (especially of a well-off family), you will find every bit of this property, which is the result of some serious restoration works, striking! On the other hand, if you are familiar with the architecture and the lifestyle of such a family, living in one of these rooms will definitely connect your senses to the ambience of the good old days.
Untouched by any signs of modern luxury, the rooms bear the long forgotten look and feel that you can now hardly find in the rapidly modernising Nepali society.
The rooms have walls plastered with clay and painted in red and white, just like in olden Nepali homes. Ceilings comprise of wooden support beams called daleen and floors are parqueted. The furniture and the overall decor have a unique rustic touch -- one that will leave an impression in your memories forever. For your comfort, all rooms have attached bathrooms (something not customary in traditional Nepali architecture), ingeniously built for your comfort.
In short, the rooms may, in no way, look like those of a luxury resort, but are undoubtedly the best in the boutique category.
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