Beautiful place to stay with welcoming managers/owners. I'm not much into hotels and Pokhara is bustling with them due to the influx of tourism, so for me this place was a wonderful escape with a homestay feel. Damayanti and her family were so sweet and lovely and took care of all my needs and provided me much more hospitality than i could ever get in a hotel. Rooms were beautiful with lots of character and Vibe was good. Food at restaurant was made with lots of love. Was also so nice playing with the baby in the family... Such a cutie! Highly recommend this place!
I know this hostelry/guest house has been famous for years..I walked past the restaurant every night to my hotel over my last three years when visiting Pokhara..What a total disappointment!! Firstly food overpriced..secondly manager obnoxious and rude!!! Thirdly..I had the mutter Paneer.. traditional dish South of the border in India..normally delicious. It came with 5 smaller than dice size pieces of paneer..Should really be 12-15!!..and a sauce which was thicker than whipped cream..I didn't complain just paid the bill and paid a tip..because that is always in my nature.. Not one for giving businesses a hard time, but really get a grip and don't rely on wealthy tourists to celebrate you former glories!!! Hugh..
Home away from Home! We loved staying here twice during our time in Pokhara. Great location near the lake, but down a more quiet lane. Friendly and helpful staff with lots of local knowledge. Rooms are clean and comfortable, though the bathrooms are getting a bit tired. We were able to leave some luggage securely while going trekking too. The vegetarian restaurant downstairs is cozy and has a good selection. Thumbs up! We will be back.
Stayed here both before and after trekking and very happy with the choice. Great location, excellent value, very good food and coffee, and always helpful staff who assisted with everything from transportation to laundry to avtivities to courier shipping. Peace Eye has a very relaxed and positive vibe and is a great place to spend some time if you are in Pokhara.
Peace eye is a home away from home. This place feels like it’s made out of someone’s passion rather than just business. The hotel owners are extremely kind, generous and helpful people who would be ready to help their guest in any way possible. Both the times I have been to Pokhara, I have stayed there. Can be a bit humid during summer but the price is extremely reasonable and the rooms are subtle and clean. I highly recommend Peace Eye Guest House. Also, they have their own vegetarian restaurant. Try it out. The food is healthy and very tasty.