Day bed, wellness retreat, Nepal


The Art Of Nepal

For this journey we have selected beautiful boutique accomodation in unique locations.  Step out of your door, straight in the local alleys and lane ways to join the locals.

One of the most established resorts in the Kathmandu valley, Haatiban sits high on a pine-forested ridge and offers panoramic views across the Kathmandu valley to the snow-capped Himalayan Mountains.

Comfortable ensuite accomodation, sweeping lawns, numerous balconies, reading and drawing rooms, sauna, and a restaurant with wood-fired oven, bar and Karma coffee station serving organic Nepali coffee

While there, we will try to tempt you from your balcony chair to explore some of the surroundings including walks to caves and Buddhist and Hindu shrines

On the edge of the ancient World Heritage listed city Bhaktapur, you will stay in the deluxe Heritage Hotel where history comes alive with Malla, Rana, Newari and Mithila influences.

Created from reclaimed building materials up to 400 years old, every piece of the hotel has a story, a history, the handiwork of Nepali artisans and a flavour of the local community.  All the furniture is antique or purpose built from 200 year old reclaimed wood and the walls adorned with original Mithila artwork painted by 6 artists from Janakpur.

The Inn, Patan

Over a 100 year old traditional brick and timber Newari house transformed into a beautiful heritage hotel by conservation architect Rohit Ranjitkar.


It is equipped with 10 individually designed rooms and a private courtyard in historic configuration. Situated in the UNESCO World Heritage Site off Patan Durbar Square, it provides an unique opportunity to experience local lifestyle, culture and incredible architecture. 

In the backyard of one of the holiest Buddhist stupas and adjacent to a Buddhist monastery, Shambaling Hotel is nestled in the heart of Kathmandu’s Tibetan community.   


Only a 10-minute walk from Boudhanath Stupa, through the narrow brick-paved lanes, Shambaling is decorated as a Tibetan style house where every floor represents a different element of the Kalachakra, Earth, Fire, Water.