A little bit difficult location to find, but the cleanest and the most comfortable hotel ever among I have visited in Nepal. The owner is full of kindness and I could even taste a plate of Nepali homemade dish cooked by his wife. He is (re-)studying Japanese and I recommend here for all visitors including Japanese.
We spent two days in Yamba Traditional Home at the end of our trek in Nepal. The house is beautiful, decorated with style and perfectly furnished. It was a great choice and we fully recommend it to anyone who wants to see a typical house from this region while enjoying a well deserved rest in a comfortable bed. However, what really made the difference was the warmth of the owner and of his family. They were always there for us with a smile and we spent a lovely time chatting on the small, lovely, rooftop terrace . They did their best to make our stay a perfect one and even surprised us with breakfast in the room, after having noticed our very sore feet from the trek. Definitely recommend Yamba!
We spent two nights in the wonderful traditional house of Pradeep an his family. During our trip to Nepal, this was by far the best accomodation we had!
Pradeep is an extremely nice host who has spent some years in the Netherlands and speaks English very fluently. He was very helpful and made us feel at home the moment we stepped in. The entire building has been renovated and looks absolutely lovely. The rooms are very clean and have been beautifully decorated and one immediately sees that Pradeep spent a lot of time designing and furnishing the rooms. We cannot stress enough how lovely our room was, it even had a small wooden balcony. Knowing that Pradeep spent some years in Europe, it came to no surprise that the mattress was a western style one and very comfortable.
The breakfast that has been freshly cooked by Pradeep's wife was delicious and Pradeep made sure that we had not a single wish left while sitting on the rooftop terrace.
All in all, Pradeep's wonderful traditional home is an absolute recommendation and we will for sure spent some more nights there on our next trip to Nepal!