Machermo Lodge & Bakery
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Machermo Lodge & Bakery

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4.0
#3 of 8 lodges in Khumjung
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Machermo Lodge & Bakery, formerly also known as Namgyal Lodge, established in the year 1996, has come a long way serving trekkers every single year. It is one of the best lodges in the region in terms of food quality, hospitality, hygiene & infrastructure. Machermo peak / Pharilapcha & Kyajo Ri on its top; Chola Tse, Tabu Tse & Khangtega Peak down the valley, two small ridges on its sides, yak grazing fields around it and a running glacial stream near by makes it spectacular. You will find it more homely than a lodge. There is also a proper camping site in its premises. We are at 4470m above sea level which is half the height of the magnificent Mt. Everest. Acclimatization for a day or two is highly recommended before heading to the Gokyo Valley. And in addition, if you discover any unusual symptoms, you could also visit “Machermo Porter Shelter & Rescue Post” (within a walking distance), a clinic run by IPPG with volunteer doctors, every season.
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Property amenities
Wifi
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Bar / lounge
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Currency exchange
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour check-in
Laundry service
Coffee shop
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Complimentary welcome drink
Outdoor dining area
Outdoor furniture
Sun deck
Sun umbrellas
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Interconnected rooms available
Room service
Seating area
Bottled water
Private bathrooms
Room types
Mountain view
Landmark view
Non-smoking rooms
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HOTEL STYLE
Family
Quaint
Languages Spoken
English, Hindi, Nepali

Location

Gokyo Lake Marg, Khumjung 56000 Nepal
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Martin1234 wrote a review Nov 2019
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Very tidy place and people here are very kind. Rooms are large enaugh. You have big selection of food and it’s very delicious. You can fill phone and other batteries. Also wifi is working very good. Excellent fast service.
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Date of stay: November 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Response from sherpagme, Manager at Machermo Lodge & Bakery
Responded 7 Nov 2019
Dear Sir, Thank you for the honest review. This means a lot to us. We are glad that you enjoyed your stay with us. Hope to see you again in the future. Cheers
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vwall23 wrote a review Dec 2018
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I cannot speak highly enough of the owners of this lodge. Unfortunately I fell ill while staying here and was inclined to stay in bed. The owners pushed me to go see the doctor and then arranged for a helicopter evacuation, back to Kathmandu. They were so kind, packing my bag for me, warming bottles of Fanta. On top of that, the room was really comfortable and the dining room was very cosy with a sun room to relax in during the day. Cannot recommend enough - they have your best interest at heart!
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Date of stay: November 2018Trip type: Travelled solo
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Response from sherpagme, Manager at Machermo Lodge & Bakery
Responded 2 Dec 2018
Hi Verna ! We are glad that you are in good health and back in your country with your family. Thank you for this mindful gesture. We just did what was needed and yes we were really worried for you. All is well. There is always next time. Hope to see you again. Take care.
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TDS wrote a review Nov 2018
Brooklyn, New York
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Our group of five stayed here for two night on the way to Gokyo, and we really loved it. Wish we had more time to spend here and enjoy the view over some tea. The lodge was nice and big with some cool Buddhist art decorations all around. There are variety of food options there, including a small bakery to my surprise. I ordered a yak burger, and was surprised, and impressed to get burgers at this altitude with fresh baked buns. The dinning room has a nice fire place in the middle and keeps the whole room nice and warm.

This is a family run lodge, and everyone is very nice and the owner spoke very good english so communication was not an issue at all.

This is probably the nicest lodge I stayed on my trek in this region. I would highly recommend this to anyone going in this area.
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Date of stay: November 2018
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Response from sherpagme, Manager at Machermo Lodge & Bakery
Responded 1 Dec 2018
Thank you for the kind words....means a lot to us.
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SimplyTom wrote a review Nov 2018
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1.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed in this lodge with a group of 14 people (all middle aged, well over 40). At the beginning nothing seemed special - rooms were typical for a Nepali lodge, restrooms also. The communal restaurant was OK, food was also OK.

The worst happened at the end of our stay i.e. in the morning, after the breakfast. Lodge owner, young dodger started to accuse us of destroying the electric system in the lodge. In absolute arrogant form started to shout at us, edify and teach refusing any chance for normal discussion, explanation etc. (To be honest – truth was that the night before one of our friends tried to move a bulb from one socket to the other on the opposite wall of his room just to be able to read, what probably broke the led bulb… ) After a long speech the owner claimed that we need to be punished for the alleged damage of his system and asked for 500USD. We firmly refused and tried to explain that the system works fine (except of one bulb), later to negotiate. Our two Sherpa guides also were involved in “negotiations” but the owner firmly claimed the money. We asked him that we are willing to buy a new bulb (5USD) and pay for the service to replace it in the room what made him even more angry (he new well that this was only the bulb). The case escalated so we started to record it on our mobile phones which they (already 3 staff from the lodge) tried to pull out from 2 ladies that recorded and tried to delete the recorded movies. At the last stage one of our friends form US was punched and yanked several times.
All in all – we were physically forced to pay 300USD for a broken bulb. Two of our friends were beaten up by the young lodge owner and an older gentleman (whoever he was there). One pair of glasses was lost. Finally we escaped from there practically forcing the lodge staff.
The case was reported to Nepali police and consulate. Don’t know what the further steps of the Nepali Police will be.
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Date of stay: November 2018
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Response from Jimmi S, Manager at Machermo Lodge & Bakery
Responded 19 Nov 2018
Thank you for your long rant....now let me explain what really happened on that very day ..so that people know what is the truth. I am the manager of the lodge (the young one). We have been in business for the last 26 years ...since 1996 to be exact and we encounter various types of tourists on daily basis...mostly good and who respect our rules and traditions and understands the risks and our hardship of running a lodge in the most remotest of the places on the earth....(occassionally and unfortunately..sometimes we get people like you.. but we can't judge people by looking at their faces and their nationality* to be exact and this is not us and is not in sync with our Sherpa culture & hospitality). I do not think your one sided story of what happened is going to affect us in any way. By the way, i am the one who proposed to call the police on the site but you were in such a hurry to run away without paying your dues and the fine that i had to get hold of your guide and make him collect the dues from you which he did.. and in this process when you tried to run away without paying the fine... we a group of 3 staffs tried to stop you guys, a group of 14......who abused who...even a child can tell......( you agreed on a fine of 300$ but tried to run away without paying a dime when i signed the paper on lodges behalf ). I have your apology letter with your "Full Name ....passport details (you refused to give me your passport details but i got hold of it somehow and the details of what happened on that day explained in that letter and your agreement on paying the fine of 300$" ..which you never intended to pay and tried to run away without paying. And when we tried to stop you .. you call that abuse ...very well played....but i have all the necessary proof and documents....rest assured.....i will provide all the documents to the police and your consulate should the need arise.....i will happily help the police in the investigation and they will soon find out of the false accusation that you have made and wasted their valuable time. Here is the truth....You guys stayed in our lodge and brought our whole electrical system down by short circuiting the wire in the Room no 3 during the dinner service....i had to use my backup power to light up the rooms in the whole lodge for that night.....thanks to you.. (from my experience you have used portable water heater in the room by removing the bulb and using your own home made invention to steal electricity from us which in unauthorized in this region where we use solar power to light the rooms and is no way sufficient to handle such loads that's why it short circuited and melted the wires and the whole room was filled with this burnt wire smell which you have acknowledged when i took you to that specific room on the next morning....and you did all this just to save some couple of hundred rupees by boiling your own water in the room ( if you did not have enough money you could have just asked for it and we would have happily provided free hot water for you rather than risking the whole lodge of fire hazard and risking other guests life ) .... everyone knows we mostly use ply and woods to construct the lodges in the region which is highly flammable .... any responsible person would never do that... so thank you once again for being such a gentleman. A responsible person would never agree to pay the fine and try to run away when the paper is signed without paying....hats off for you tricks...and you almost played us your way.........your guide has seen all and he is my witness as he is the one who went after you guys and brought me 200$ from the lady (wearing a black down jacket with shades) who did a very convincing act of crying when one of your friends started filming......and snatched the 200$ (100USD and another 100USD equivalent of Nepalese Rupees)......from me........i did not collect the amount the lady in yellow jacket put on the table as she did not put down 300$...now i know it was all planned......but you guys were very planned and that was you game........when she started counting the agreed 300$ i started signing the paper and without full payment when you saw i signed.....you all ganged up and started pushing towards us and in that hustle, the lady in black managed to snatch 200$ which the lady in yellow jacket put on the table* and ran away from our property.........i have the video...i have the paper you signed....i know your guide who collected the 200$ from that lady in black jacket ( who managed to run out of my property with the fine money). In fact, i tried to find out the source of the problem the same night when all the lights went off and my "DC to AC inverter" stopped working because of the short circuit.... but you guys refused that and threatened us with a possible accusation of theft.....i sensed something was wrong immediately......to find out the problem, i had to check every single rooms that your group of 14 had occupied.....and this check was proposed by your own guide but even he was shocked when you threatened us with an possible accusation of theft.....even he withdrew from the search and we decided to check the rooms in the morning. He is my witness. I have also reported this incident to your trekking company the very next day and provided them with the necessary documents. So, rest assured ... i have the necessary proof.....i have the agreement letter with the fine amount that you have signed......i have my electrician who happened to be on site for the solar panel installation....i have your guide who handed me the 200$ instead of 300$ ( which he had to get from the lady in black jacket after chasing her down and who ran away with the fine money and acted crying when in fact nobody was hurt)......how could you say we abused you when if fact you yourself told that you were a group of 14 people and we were just 3....come on.....you think people will believe you........In fact, we were outnumbered and you sensed that and tried to run away without paying the fine and bullying us. This is our worst experience with guests since the opening of our lodge in 1996.....
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Tiffany H wrote a review Nov 2019
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed in this teahouse on our 14 day trek to Gokyo. The amenties and food are similar to the other teahouses we stayed in. We had 2 issues with this property: first, was the manner in which we were treated by the owner. He was abrupt and rude throughout our stay. At one point, my husband noticed that the table next to us had cooked tomatoes on their dinner and he asked to have some. He asked the server if the kitchen could throw them on a pan for a few minutes (given that 60% of all trekkers get travelers diarrhea at some point, we had been advised by our guides not to eat raw veggies) and the owner yelled across the dining room "the kitchen is too busy for that." We were surprised by his response given that everyone else we came in contact with in Nepal was incredibly gracious and helpful. The second issue came when we were presented with our bill for the night and it was significantly higher than we expected. We were travelling with a trekking company so our breakfast, lunch and dinner was included in our stay. However, unlike in any other lodge we stayed in, here we were limited to 1 cup of tea and 1 item from the menu for each meal. We were not informed of this difference. We found the portion sizes in many places much larger than we could eat, so given that everything must be carried in by porters and animals, we often ordered a half portion of a meal. Then if we were still hungry, we would order something additional (not the other half of the dal baht but an order of papad or soup for example). He insisted that we pay separately for anything additional that we ordered after we put our initial order in, even though we were generally only ordering half portions of food and had not been limited to 1 menu item and 1 cup of tea in any other teahouse. The owner became angry when I questioned the charges and tried to explain that we had not experienced this anywhere else. He accused me of not understanding how things work in Nepal and how expensive things like water are in Nepal. Given that I was on vacation, I opted not to argue with him and paid the bill. But I would not recommend this teahouse given our unfortunate experience.
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Date of stay: October 2019
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
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3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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Response from sherpagme, Manager at Machermo Lodge & Bakery
Responded 7 Nov 2019
Hi Tiffany, thank you for your biased review. Now let me explain and address your queries. Once in a while, we get people like you in our lodge. You could have easily approached me with this queries personally right then and i would have explained, but you are one of those person who prefer to hide behind your laptop screen and write whatever you want. But i am happy to address your queries now too. Well regarding the food choices from our menu, that you have to deal with your Trekking Company, to whom you might have paid a fortune but the same does not apply to us. They have paid us a fixed amount for one person and according to that you will get served. Please also be mindful that, every single lodge is different and they have their own arrangements with the lodges. The right place to raise this complaint is the trekking company you booked through, not us. I hope this addresses one of your issue. Bottom line for this issue is...go and sort it out with your trekking company..crying here will not help. You only get what you have paid for (to us not to them). Just because you have paid well to your company (not the lodge..mind you) does not mean you will be treated special in the mountains..welcome to the real world...secondly, you were asking for a pot of tea for some of you and 3 to 4 cups of Hot Chocolates for some (which is impossible for what your company has paid us)..and yes i remember you very well..you were in a group of 4..with two Indians. Just to let you know, here is what you got, for what we were paid for..let me break it down for you..Breakfast: a cup of tea/coffee with your choice of breakfast from the menu ( maybe an additional tea or coffee if you had been in your good behavior ), Lunch: a cup of tea/coffee with your choice of meal from the menu ( you guys had bakery items in addition to the main meal, which i happily charged for and i have the right to do so ), lastly, Dinner: same choice as Lunch ( again extra drinks and bakery items we charged for). Now, let me explain, how were you guys during your stay. On that very day, we were fully booked with roughly 50 guests and were very busy attending to everyone's needs. You might be the queen bee at your home, but not for us. All the customers are equal to us. Sorry, we don't give special treatment to individuals unless you are sick, elderly or a minor..which you are not. Take it with a grain of salt. The moment you guys stepped in, you guys bombarded me with a special request with every single order of yours..for example, one of you ordered rice with veg curry ( your special request was to only serve you half the amount of food and to keep the remaining half of both rice and curry heated and on standby, so that if you feel like eating more, it should be ready..and i had a house full of customers to serve..again we did that for you..however, after devouring the delicious food of ours, you asked for the remaining and ate that up too..now don't tell me that you are being mindful as i dont buy it..this does not apply to you guys..you say one thing and do another..typical hypocrites and wannabees). This is just a tip of the iceberg..i don't want to waste my time. So let me cut it short for you, lets talk about that breakfast of your dear husband..he ordered a veg sandwich the night before for the next days breakfast (not dinner, you forgot which is normal in the mountains) it helps us to do the preparation in advance and on that day like i said we were almost fully occupied. But, during the service time, when we were serving 50 customers, he comes up with a brilliant idea that he needs some tomatoes sliced and grilled as per his own specific request..not underdone..not overdone..(out of his order) but has to be perfect as per his requirement. Obviously, by that morning, i was already tired of addressing your special requests time and again. And yes, i firmly told you, the kitchen was very busy. No Regrets.
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Marieke V wrote a review Nov 2012
Groningen, The Netherlands
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Wij verbeleven in november 2012 een nacht in Namgyal Lodge in Macchermo en vonden het er geweldig. Onze slaapkamer was heel schoon en ruim. De eetruimte was gezellig ingericht en er werd goed gestookt. Dat was heel fijn omdat het zo koud was. Het eten was dik in orde.
We stayd for one night in the Namgyal Lodge last november (2012). We had a very good time! The room was very clean and comfortable. The dining was cosy en warm! The food was healthy and tastefull. Thanks to the owner and staff! Greetings from Marieke and Ben from The Netherlands.
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Date of stay: November 2012
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Bedenkt tevoren of je wel of niet dicht bij de wc wilt (vlak erbij kan wat geloop langs je kamer...
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Response from Namgyal Wangdi S, Owner at Machermo Lodge & Bakery
Responded 4 Oct 2017
Greetings and Tashi Delek ! Thank you for the honest review. You will be glad to know that we are on the internet and you can visit our website from now on. Namgyal Lodge, Machermo is also on Facebook, Google Maps & Tripadvisor. Apologies for the late response. I have recently joined Tripadvisor and have claimed my business listing. I will personally respond to the reviews and suggestions from now on. Hope to see you again.
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gauri83 wrote a review Apr 2012
Pune, India
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed here enroute to the Gokyo Lakes. It really is the best bet in Macchermo - rating is as compared to other lodges and not the rest of the world! At that altitude, most options are pretty basic.

This place is clean - we got a room with attached bathroom and the bathroom was clean as compared to other lodges where they were filthy and smelly!

The main dining room is cozy and they serve all the usual mountain fare - garlic soup, ramen noodles, fried rice, spagetti.

They had solar charging available, and the best - hot water for a much needed shower and clean shower area. We felt so much better after that!

They also have a medical facility in Macchermo a short walk away from the lodge - which we had to use as someone in our party suffered from HAPE during our trek.

Overall, stayed here twice, on the way to Gokyo and the way back, and it was one of the best teahouses we stayed at.
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Date of stay: May 2011
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Namgyal S, Owner at Machermo Lodge & Bakery
Responded 30 Sept 2017
Dear Madam, First of all, apologies for the very late response. I have recently joined Tripadvisor and have claimed my business listing. I am new to this. I will personally respond to the reviews and suggestions from now on. Secondly, i could not thank you enough for your kind and very honest review of my lodge. Hopefully, this will help the travellers to make their decision on where to stay while in Machermo at least. That will be one thing less to worry about for them. Hope to see you again.
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Plantfoodbased wrote a review Apr 2019
Letchworth Garden City, United Kingdom
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Our rest day at the Namgyal Lodge was one of my favourite day. There is this great sun room where you can rest/eat during a day and it's so warm you can truly recharge your battery. We had a room with attached toilet. Clean and basic. A bit expensive but the food is very nice and owners are very helpful and welcoming. That you for making our 2 day stop so pleasant. Also on the positive site you can contact them directly to book the room and the communication is first class! Thank you for all your support guys, keep up a food work and keep in touch.
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Date of stay: April 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from NamgyalLodgeMachermo, Owner at Machermo Lodge & Bakery
Responded 18 Apr 2019
Dear Sir / Madam, Thank you for your unbiased review. We are glad that you enjoyed your stay with us. That means a lot to us. Hope you will have a wonderful trek. Cheers.
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Garry B wrote a review Dec 2018
Melbourne, Australia
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Surprised by the variable reviews on TA. The rooms are fine, but the highlight is the very pleasant dining room. Our food was supplied by the cooks attached to our trek who cooked from a tent on site. The toilets were clean.
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Date of stay: December 2018
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Response from sherpagme, Manager at Machermo Lodge & Bakery
Responded 14 Dec 2018
Dear Guest, Thank you for your honest review. We really appreciate this mindful gesture. We are glad that you liked our dining room. We have tried to give it a touch of some traditional Tibetan / Sherpa arts and colours. We do strive for cleanliness. Hope to see you again in the future. Thank you.
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Harshrk wrote a review Nov 2018
Mumbai, India
4.0 of 5 bubbles
The hotel/Lodge is well located in Machermo. The family running it is very friendly and helpful. They are doing their best to run it well. Rooms are neat and clean but very cold as there are no heating facilities. The toilets are Indian style. However the food is quite ok and the lounge is warm and comfortable.
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Date of stay: November 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Jimmi S, Manager at Machermo Lodge & Bakery
Responded 9 Nov 2018
Dear Guest, Thank you for your honest review. And i would also like to thank you for staying with us. Hope to see you again. Cheers.
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Ketchup99Vienna wrote a tip Dec 2013
Vienna101 contributions25 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Having rooms close to the common toilet saves some meters during the night but is a little bit smelly ;-)"
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Marieke V wrote a tip Nov 2012
Groningen, The Netherlands6 contributions5 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Bedenkt tevoren of je wel of niet dicht bij de wc wilt (vlak erbij kan wat geloop langs je kamer geven maar is voor jezelf wel praktisch)"
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gauri83 wrote a tip Apr 2012
Pune, India40 contributions25 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"The rooms with attached bathrooms are good here - try to get one that is away from the common toilet areas."
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£18 - £21 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
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NUMBER OF ROOMS
27
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Frequently Asked Questions about Machermo Lodge & Bakery
Which popular attractions are close to Machermo Lodge & Bakery?
Nearby attractions include Breakfast Overlooking The Everest (1.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Machermo Lodge & Bakery?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and room service.
Which room amenities are available at Machermo Lodge & Bakery?
Top room amenities include a view of a nearby landmark, a view of the mountains, and a seating area.
What food & drink options are available at Machermo Lodge & Bakery?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Machermo Lodge & Bakery?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Machermo Lodge & Bakery?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Hindi, and Nepali.