We are at 10 minutes walking distance from the touristic hub lakeside and 100m inside the Main Street . A small and beautiful hiking hill is behind us. This location is recognized as one of the more tranquil areas of Pokhara city. We are familiar with and respect western culture, as a result of our being in the hospitality sector for 23 years .
“My family and stayed in the top floor appartment of Ekraj and Family. We loved our stay in this beautiful home with these lovely welcoming hosts. It was very nice to have pleasent 'Hi's and Namaste's' day. The location is perfect, it is quite and the views are sensational. There is a supermarket within five minutes walk and you are only 10 minutes from the main street. Our children were safe, welcomed and we thoroughly enjoyed down time at this home. It was perfect.”
Namaste and welcome to our eco sufficient village house, located in the stunning Gandaki Western Region (17km from Pokhara). Staying one or several nights here will allow you to discover rural Nepali culture and field work, and to eat organic, homegrown food (breakfast included in the price). Our house is the perfect place to relax and enjoy breathtaking views of the Annapurnas and sacred Mt. Fishtail. It is also surrounded by lush jungle and clear rivers. Basic comfort and friendly welcome!
“Overall this has been a top AirBnB experience for so many reasons. The host & his family go well above and beyond to welcome you to Nepal and experience the life in a gorgeous mountain village. The home itself is a very clean and comfortable place, located in a remarkably peaceful and quiet village well outside the hustle & bustle of Pokhara city. Expect with wake up to the sounds of songbirds, and gentle village life, with a warm cup of chiya (tea) each day. The rooftop view is like a postcard, and walking to other nearby villages is a breeze. I requested the optional dinners from the family and ate Nepali-style with food freshly made from the garden every day. They even dialed down the piro (spicy) to my tastes. I can warmly and honestly recommend this AirBnB to anyone looking to truly experience Nepali mountain village culture, people, and lifestyle. Why stay in one of the crowded city tourist guesthouses when you can see what the real Nepali is like in Dhital village! It’s also worth noting that the host, KB, is a certified trekking guide and can help arrange any activity you desire. Motorbike rental, mountain biking, multi-day trekking, paragliding, kayaking, even milking buffalo or seeing a traditional dance ceremony put on by the women’s community group. To me, this is what AirBnB is all about. Connecting travelers to a regions most genuine, friendly, and accommodating hosts who welcome you with open arms to experience their home and region. Nepal does not disappoint, and I will most definitely be back next year! Other pro tips as side-note: -Learn a few key Nepali phrases to greet and thank people if you want to see some more laughs & smiles. (Namaste, Kosto chha, tik chha, mitho sa, ramro, Didi/Dai, Dhanyabaad, hajur, Kati ho?, paani, chiya, piro, pugyo) -Early morning is the best time to see and hear Nepal’s many exotic birds along the trails. -Nepali spicy is VERY spicy. -Eat with your hands -Don’t hesitate to ask for directions. Nepali people love to help travelers. -Try some of Didi’s pickled ginger.”
This is a traditional Nepalese family home turned into Bed & Breakfast. Experience the Nepalese hospitality with experienced hosts, local tips & lifetime of memories.
“This is our third time visiting Pokhara and our third time staying at the bungalow! It is a respite and a wonderful place to stay. The breakfast is great and the house is quiet. Thanks, Thapa!”