…I mean they really couldn't have done more: Vardan and his staff are a lesson in good service. There was a lovely welcome, with juice, and English-language newspaper and someone to carry your bags, staff available any time for advice or assistance, and a very touching 'leaving ceremony' at the end of our stay (I won't spoil the surprise). The manager (whose name escapes me, was literally the nicest guy I ever met, so helpful, and mild-mannered. He's a real book worm, so do pass on any novels you don't want to carry back home.
On top of that the apartments are very clean, nicely furnished, of traditional design and have hot water 24/7 (a rare thing in Nepal - and much appreciated after trekking for 10 days - just need to run the tap long enough).
The 'resort' is in a central location, although the road leading up to it is a little inauspicious, don't be put off.
PS. Vardan collects second-hand goods for a local orphanage - pass on clothes and goods that might be of helpMore
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