Guest House

Guest House

  • Charming
  • Comfortable
  • Scrupulously clean
  • Bright
  • Spacious
  • Booking through Internet / Email / Phone / Walk-in
Services offered
Restaurant

Restaurant

  • Multi-Cuisine
  • Bright
  • Spacious
  • Open-Air and Indoors
Services offered

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Pema Thang Guest House & Restaurant is located in McLeod Ganj, Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh state, India, home to His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan Government-in-Exile with a large and vibrant Tibetan community. "Pema" stands for Lotus and "Thang" means Field. The Guest House & Restaurant is spread in the ambience of pine trees, tucked in a quiet side street, with a magnificent view of the Kangra Valley. The Tsuklakhang (main temple) and the market are five minutes walk from the guest house.

The chirping of birds in the mornings, melodious chanting of prayers from the neighbouring Namgyal Monastery and beautiful sunsets viewed from your private balcony all contribute to a wonderfully memorable and relaxing stay.

Charming, comfortable and scrupulously clean, Pema Thang Guest House & Restaurant has been recommended by Lonely Planet, tripadvisor.com and several other reputable travel guides.

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