Bhaktapur (Bhadgaon), renowned for its exquisite art and architecture, centuries-old palaces and monuments, colorful festivals and dances, and vibrant Newar culture, has often been described as an open-air museum. The world’s tallest pagoda temple – Nyatapola, -dominates the city’s skyline. The heart of the city, of course, is its Durbar Square that boasts a host of architectural masterpieces, fabulous wood carvings, stone sculptures and metal work.
Just 9km east of the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, this ancient city is far from just a relic. It is still alive and well, and its inhabitants still continue to thrive in the practice of their age-old traditions.
And at Bhadgaon Guest House, we bring you all this and more. A unique blend of tradition and modern comfort.
The guest house has well appointed rooms and suites that have attached baths with hot and cold shower and multi-channel TV. The roof top restaurant and dabbu chhen garden restaurant serves a variety of delectable cuisine, including Mexican, Italian, Continental, Chinese, Indian, Nepalese and traditional Newari hors d’oeuvres. Enjoy the superb view of the city, especially the Nyatapola Temple , and the Himalaya from here while dining.
So if you really want to enjoy the sights and sounds of Bhaktapur and get valuable insight into the lives of its people, then Bhadgaon Guest House is the place that you want to stay in. It’s a great place to use as a base from where you can explore the city at your own pace.