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Heritage Hotel – Bhaktapur

This hotel is a tasteful reproduction of Nepali architecture, an intimate blend of the architectural heritage of both the Malla and Rana era. It captures the true emotion and sentiment of the rich Newari heritage of Bhaktapur.

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The Famous Farm – Nuwakot

‘The Famous Farm’ is surely everyone’s idyllic pastoral and restorative ‘fix’. The imposing old manor house, which is almost 80 yrs old, has two charming cottages forming a courtyard with a beautiful garden. The Farm itself is a delight of quiet corners and niches with terraces of abundant, colourful, organic crops. The ways and moods of the working farm permeate as the new freshness of the cottage interiors take nothing away from their rustic ambience.

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The Old Inn – Bandipur

With its eagle’s nest location, gorgeous Himalayan views, provincial architecture and jovial staff, we are sure you will enjoy a warm welcome at The Old Inn. The Inn is almost 100 yrs old and the way it has been restored will amaze you all. The restoration and conservation of this traditional Newari town house has kept the low ceilings and the overall sense of proportion and scale is still evident and blend nicely with the expected comforts of modern day Nepal.

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Temple Tree Resort – Pokhara

Temple Tree Resort & Spa is a boutique hotel combining western standards with the distinctive architecture and culture of Nepal’s Western Himalayas. Nestling close by Fewa Lake in the Pokhara Valley, Temple Tree is framed by the foothills and majestic peaks of the Annapurna Mountain Range. The air here is pure and clean, and the sub-tropical climate warm and pleasant.

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Lodge Thasang Village – Thasang

Nestled in the river valley of the Kaligandaki, Lodge Thasang Village receives the blessings of the glorious mountains of the Himalayan range from all four directions. The view from the lodge encompasses the best views of the magnificent Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri and the vast river valley below where the winds dance and the river twirls.

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Mustang Resort – Jomsom

Our Mustang Resort is an absolute luxury and style filled resort, right in the centre of this region with uninterrupted views of the stunning mountain ranges. Something truly different for Nepal. It is brand new and we couldn’t believe what had we found. When we did our research in search of a differing experience the only word to describe it was WOW! The location is perfect to explore the surrounding area, the facilities allow for a little pampering and the design leaves no-one guessing just where in the world they are.

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Dwarika’s – Kathmandu

This hotel is something truly unique and the atmosphere really does need to be absorbed. The courtyard within the hotel feels like a small village within itself and the architecture is to be admired. The magnificence of Dwarika’s is its buildings of intricate carved wood and terracotta work. Every brick is handmade, and every piece of woodwork is centuries old original. Dwarika’s is not just about the art, architecture and décor, it’s also about intimate luxury and the spirit and hospitality of the Nepali people. Relaxing and enjoying your accommodation can be todays standalone activity. Dwarika’s is the ultimate in heritage and conservation.

It is the most amazing luxury hotel in Kathmandu!

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G&T Research Trip

A journey through the lowland Himalaya doesn’t require the high level of fitness that trekking does but it certainly still offers the breath-taking vistas of that panoramic mountain skyline.

We will be driving across Nepal in a convoy of comfortable 4WD vehicles. Our start and finish point will be Kathmandu and then we will be getting off the beaten track and travelling through some local villages. Here, we can experience the true Nepalese lifestyle and meet the local people just as you would on a trek, but without having to lug a backpack. Our accommodation will be in great hotels and historical inns where on a trek you would be staying in extremely basic tea houses.

Our itinerary will get us up into the foothills and allow time for those, who want to do some gentle walking, to be able to enjoy the spectacular scenery and village life on foot. We are looking at doing something really different in Nepal. During our first research trip, our ‘man on the ground’, Niraj, spent the week with us and we worked out some truly exciting new ways of seeing this magnificent country. There may also be the opportunity to include a scenic flight over the huge snow-capped peaks for those who are interested.

Spectacular Nepal awaits!

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