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It’s located in the out skirts of town next to the river. It’s has a completely veg restaurant and the food was good. We took cottages and had an amazing view from the balcony. The bar looked nice and they also have a lawn to...More
This is a sister property of the Kichu resort we stayed at in Paro - came here because our tour company is affiliated with the resorts. Property itself is again nicely landscaped and right next to the river but isolated and away from everything else...More
This resort is amazing. Very peaceful and right on the river. Rooms tea/coffee making facilities, & private balcony overlooking the river. Nice rooms, good bathrooms. Meals were vegetarian and very good. Lovely grounds. Staff friendly.
A quaint resort situated on the banks of a Dabgchhu river . The rooms are neat and clean with all amenities and a balcony overlooking the river. In-house restaurant serves vegetarian food and a bar as well.
We stayed with the group for two nights.The resort is on the bank of river. All rooms of the hotel are river facing abd good view of mountains. Location wise is excellent. Rooms are basic but neat n clean and having all the necessary amenities....More
It was part of the package and hence not aware exact price. But from the front desk I suppose it is about Rs. 1500-2000 for double occupancy. We had been in July, a mansoon off-season time. In March it could be slightly... More
It was part of the package and hence not aware exact price. But from the front desk I suppose it is about Rs. 1500-2000 for double occupancy. We had been in July, a mansoon off-season time. In March it could be slightly higher.