Sacred Valley Inn Pokhara
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSacred Valley Inn Pokhara
I had read the glowing reviews for this guest house before arriving, but to simply say they were accurate seems an understatement. When my husband and I arrived at The Sacred Valley Inn, we had just completed twenty hours of adventurous transport crossing from Varanasi, India over land, to Pokhara. This in itself would have been challenging, but I had become violently ill just before departing Varanasi, so the trip was both gruelling and exhausting. We could not have arrived at a better place. It is never fun being ill away from home, but Bishnu and his staff at the Sacred Valley Inn went to great lengths to provide support, including arranging a doctor appointment, and sending me to the hospital with a guide to translate and assist with all steps of the process.
We ended up staying at the Sacred Valley Inn for almost three weeks, enough time for me to gather my energy back so that we could actually take part in some of the many activities that Pokhara has to offer. Once again, Bishnu and his staff were always a wealth of knowledge and willing to arrange any trips we were interested in if requested, but we were never made to feel that they were pushing anything upon us. During our time here, we chose to book all of our excursions through the hotel, including a three day trek, paragliding, and river rafting, as well as booking our transportation to our next destination, Katmandu. Non of the prices were inflated, and the service was always prompt and reliable.
The Sacred Valley Inn offers a broad range of rooms to suit any budget, all of which are spacious and very clean, but we chose one of the two rooms on the top floor, with the accompanying rooftop terrace. We felt like we had our own modest penthouse suite, as we enjoyed excellent breakfasts every day watching the para gliders take off from Sarankot, and on clear days, the amazing peaks of the Annapurna Range.
We cannot recommend this hotel highly enough.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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Although it is never fun being ill away from home, and I was definitely ill when we arrived here, I cannot imagine a better place to recuperate than the lovely laid back little town of Pokhara, Nepal. Situated on beautiful Lake Fewa, surrounded by the Annapurna Range of the Himalayas, with one Main Street lined with countless restaurants, …
... s kitchen. Pasta salad, coleslaw, baked beans, sardines in tomato sauce and bread. We were so hungry from the rafting.
And then we thought we would be fetched in the same kind of minivan that brought us to the rafting, but in fact the rafting crew were trying to ...
While the rest of Nepal slept soundly in the early hours of the morning, our team of 16 were awoken by the calls and knocks at our doors. As we opened our sleep heavy eyes we soon came to the realisation that it was only 4:45am and the day of Poon Hill had finally arrived. We rugged up for the freezing weather of -3 degrees, and shone our head torches down to the start of a very rocky path. Already we as a group had conquered so many challenges, however we all knew today would be our ...
... Chame, I had mobile network the first time on this trek. As I mentioned before I got a SIM card in Kathmandu, but unfortunately I got a card from the NCELL network which barely has any coverage in the Annapurna region. Here you should be using NTC whereas in the Everest Region NCELL is better. Good to know for the next time :-). However, in Chame I had coverage, even data network worked. So I caught up with contacting home.
Chame also has a trekking shop where I got another ...
... br> many many more local people carrying these baskets, with much heavier loads.
Shiva talked to one of the girls for us, and we found out that she was only 17,
we can’t believe the contrast in how hard the children here work, compared to
home, and we’ve so much respect for them all, even the smallest of children can
be seen carrying bags of rice, bunches of spinach and buckets of water into
their homes for their mums who are calling for them to hurry up ...