The Lechuna Heritage Lodge was one of the highlights of our eight day visit to Bhutan. It was converted from a 100-year old farm house with much exposed, decorated wood inside and out. Our room, though not large, was comfortable, clean and warm, even with snow outside. Although the shower and toilet facilities were just down the corridor from our room, this did not detract from our stay. The staff were charming and very welcoming. The dining room is in a separate building a few metres across the courtyard garden where the meals were simple but good and plentiful. There are several pleasant walks in and around the village and the Haa Valley with good birdlife. This was a lovely place to stay and enjoy life a little closer to Bhutanese traditions.
An old farmhouse which was charming. Staff helpful but language was a barrier. Room was spotless but no en-suite facilities. Beds comfortable. I have never previously stayed in somewhere like this & am not sure what to expect in terms of food quality., tasty enough .
I only stayed at the Lechuna Heritage Lodge for a night, but I wish I had scheduled more time here. The room was spotless and comfortable. Beautiful courtyard. I especially enjoyed the Bhutanese pancakes for breakfast.
My wife and I stayed here as part of our pilgrimage with Wisdom Tours. The staff are friendly and so helpful, preparing good food as well as taking suitcases to our room. The room was comfortable and yet we were in this hundred-year old house. Hot showers, heaters in the room and western toilets almost seem out of place with the 16” old pine floorboards. From the rooms you either look out on the mountains, the surrounding village, or the courtyard. A very special place.
This small lodge was quite charming. It's not quite in Haa town, but about 20 minutes away down a bumpy road. The rooms were good, with soft, warm beds. None of the rooms have attached bathrooms, but you're really not that far away from them. The toilets and the showers are not together, but it's not really that inconvenient. The food was exceptional. It may be the best hotel food we had in Bhutan. Clearly they have a talented chef. The coffee could be better, though. The internet didn't work when we were there. The WiFi network was functioning, but it wasn't connected to any internet service. The staff just shrugged it off, like it happens all the time. Overall, a lovely stay. I'd easily return to this lodge, given a chance.