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Extremely nice and friendly staff, very social and willing to help you, or just have a casual chat.
Beautiful scenery very good for just sitting down chilling and having a drink.
Quiet and serene, very good for people who dont like a lot of noise....More
The most expensive price I paid in Nepal for the entire month I was there. My room was in the under-construction annex which, although the rooms were big and spacious, they were unfinished, the furniture was lacking, and the hike to the main hotel and...More
Two words to perfectly describe this hotel: comfort + hospitality. We were welcomed by the manager, Mr Laxman, and further cheered by his friendly, yet very lively, staff Suman and Manoj the rest of our stay. The hotel is strategically located at a very nice...More
From Bakhtapur it cost us NPR1200 to reach this hotel on taxi. The hotel is a fine place and the staff are great guys. Whichever room you take, the view is relaxing and peaceful. The cheaper room is about 50 metres away from the restaurant...More
Me and my friend have been traveling in Nepal for few months. We went to visit Nagarkot and discovered by chance the Peacefully cottage. In the begging we wanted to stay only 2 days, but once we saw the amazing terrace and the fantastic mountains...More
US$27 - US$48 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Abhineet G | Reviewed this property |
Buses do ply between Bhaktapur and Nagarkot Bazaar, From there it is about 20 minutes walk. Best would be to book a car from bhaktapur directly to the place. The hotel also arrange a car to dhulikhel but typically they come... More
Buses do ply between Bhaktapur and Nagarkot Bazaar, From there it is about 20 minutes walk. Best would be to book a car from bhaktapur directly to the place. The hotel also arrange a car to dhulikhel but typically they come from Kathmandu so full fare from kathmandu is charged. I suggest you book a cab from Bhaktapur to Nagarkot to dhulikhel and then to kathmandu. Night halt charges are not much in Nepal. Enjoy your stay
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"Good views, not sound-proof rooms, a little lack of light after sun-set"