A great family run guest house right in pottery square. Rooms are large, beds are smallish so best to sleep in separate beds if a couple. A very friendly and helpful family run the guest house. Easy access to Bhaktapur durbar square. Recommended for a short visit.
Arrived after 8 hour journey from Chitwan, had to wait in the owner's shop for half an hour for her to return to be told they had overbooked. We were taken over the road to a family members' guest house and told we could have a room there, at the same rate. Feeling ambushed and…
I spent two nights in a basic double room with bathroom. The room and towels were clean, hot water working well. It’s no luxury but for the price all works well and you can get a good sleep, it was silent at night. The guesthouse is run by the most welcoming family, and you can…
We loved everything about this little homestay/shop Modest but clean and comfortable accommodation Manika and her family were warm and welcoming. I wanted to stay longer,I am pretty sure we will come back to this amazing old city.
Staff was very friendly and room was quite spacy. Guest House is located right next to Nyatapola pagoda and Pottery square so moving in Bakhtapur by walk is easy. Best thing about this place was definitely breakfasts! Very yammy. :)
"Upper floor rooms are so quiet, if you don’t mind some stairs"
"Front and rear rooms on multi level. Steep stairs. Will need to view to suit individual."
"You can choose any available room. Higher rooms are closer to the kitchen, lower ones mean less stairs to climb!"
"We stayed in a private room with two beds. Very comfortable and the matrasses where great for my back. The shared bathroom was also good and clean. The rooms are pretty much all good, because Nyatapola is a quiet guesthouse in a pretty quiet street. Good to rest!"
"Get a room away from the street. These rooms are surprisingly quiet relatively to the rest of Bhaktapur."