For lovers of ancient art, culture and craftsmanship, Bhaktapur needs no introduction. Second to know for its magnificent monuments and tradition-loving people, Bhaktapur has its gem in its Durbar Square, a world heritage site listed by UNESCO. Once the seat of Royalty during the Malla period (1200-1769 AD). The bricked paves palatial enclave encompasses, among others, a host of palaces, courtyards, temples and monasteries. In essence, the ambience here is such that you are instantly transported back by centuries the moment you step in its periphery. Here you will experience a lot yet may need someone who can unfold all its charms before you. Yes, you definitely need that, and that is Shiva Guest House, the oldest guest house in Bhaktapur.
SHIVA GUEST HOUSE-pleasantly located in the heart of the Durbar Square is your address in Bhaktapur. Standing next to the Yaksheshwor Temple the city's oldest edifice dating back to 1472 AD, the guest house is where you can start your exploration trip from. You can do here what many of our esteemed guests including scholars, students and even a film crew of Bertculocci from Hollywood have done in the past. We are always behind you to help materialize your cherished dreams in Bhaktapur and beyond. With a team of professionals around, you will surely feel that you have made a right decision choosing us. SHIVA GUEST HOUSE, as our well-wishers say, is suited to all types of travelers. For your personal comfort, we offer 15 well appointed rooms, many often overlooking the palatial square in the gracious elegance. For the gourmands and gourmands, we have the Cafe Corner, which serve a wide verity of cuisine to suite both you pallet and wallet. The culinary delights here range from Newari and Nepali Dal Bhat to Chinese, Mexican, Italian, Indian and Continental delicacies. And when comes the question of the quality of our culinary offerings. We never forget Hygiene is our top priority. Adding to the mesmerizing ambience, we also have rooftop garden from which you can savor the splendor of nature's graciousness all around on the south, the bliss you feel at SHIVA GUEST HOUSE is something different.
The city is a great day out from Kathmandu, a welcome break from the pollution and crowds of the capital. However, tourists are targeted here by touts and children seeking small change, perhaps more than anywhere else in the valley, so be prepared for this. If you can get beyond this (i.e. away from the squares), this won't be a problem, and you walk into a sleepy little town, which still retains much of a sense of local charm. SGH2 Located in Khuma tole, just above the entrance gate of Bhaktapur Durbar Square. The traditionally build house is surrounded by typically local house and the newari community have 14 rooms well decor with all attached bathroom. The Guest House build with Old traditional wooden craving like pillars, doors and window were preserved and maintain from the old house which was build before.
|Rooms||EP (US $)||BB (US $)||MAP (US $)||AP (US $)|
|Single (Common Bath)||7||13||22||30|
|Double (Common Bath)||12||24||41||58|
|Triple (Common Bath)||18||36||61||86|
|Single (Attached Bath)||25||30||38||47|
|Double (Attached Bath)||30||42||59||76|
|Suite (Attached Bath)||35||48||65||82|
|Triple (Attached Bath)||42||60||85||110|
Note: 10% service charge and 13% VAT. down of rate
This tariff is valid till 31st of December 2014. New tariff will be updated on 1st of January 2015.