A rare combination of modern comfort and tradition!
Bhaktapur (Bhadgaon) was often described as an open-air museum, renowned for its exquisite art and architecture, centuries-old palaces and monuments, colorful festivals and dances and vibrant Newar culture. The highest pagoda temple in the world–Nyatapola–dominates the skyline of the region. Of course, the heart of the city is the Durbar Square.
Only 9 kilometers east of Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport, this ancient city is far from a ruin. It is still alive and well, and in the pursuit of its age-old traditions its people continue to thrive.
And we’re giving you all this and more at the Bhadgaon Guest House. A unique combination of custom and modern comfort.
The guest house has well-appointed rooms and suites with hot and cold shower and multi-channel TV connected to the bathrooms. A variety of delicious cuisine is served in the roof top restaurant and dabbu chhen garden cafe, including Mexican, Italian, European, Chinese, Indian, Nepalese and traditional Newari hors d’oeuvres.From here, you can enjoy the beautiful view of the city, particularly the Nyatapola Temple, and the Himalayas.
So if you really want to enjoy Bhaktapur’s sights and sounds and get valuable insight into his people’s lives, then Bhadgaon Guest House is where you want to sleep. It’s a great place to use as a base from which to explore the city on your own location.