I stayed in the guest house for on night and the price was 500 rupes.
During the night (2:00) I had problems with my stomach (I vomit) and I tried to go out to buy some water and some coca-cola. The guest-house was locked.. and the owner of the place wake-up. He was very upset and very unfriendly and he told me that going out of the guest house is not permitted. Finally he let me go out.
The next day in the morning I requested to leave my backpack to the reception because my train was late in the afternoon.. He told me that it is not possible to leave my backpack there.. and I have to go to the train station to leave it in the luggage room there.
500 rupes for night is very expensive.. not breakfast, owner is very unfriendly, no possible to leave your luggages there. I am not recommending this guest-house/hotel.
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