It is a beautiful farmhouse, immersed in history, & located in the picturesque village of Phobjikha popularly known as “the valley of the Black Necked Cranes.” It is a three storey Bhutanese house traditionally built with rammed mud & timber frame offering a wonderful insight into the traditional way of life of local people.More ↓
The house has twelve rooms with shared bathroom facilities down the corridor (three rooms share one wet-room – which has a shower and a western-style toilet). The rooms are all beautifully and individually decorated in the traditional Bhutanese style, with charming wooden floors and very good quality bed and mattresses. The dining room with simple decor and comfortable furnishings invites you to sit for a steaming hot local meal. Most of the items served (vegetable and fruits) are grown in our own farm or purchased from the farmers in vicinity. The food items served from the farmers are organically grown and harvested using traditional Bhutanese methods. Guests are welcome to visit the family shrine room (richly adorned with colorful altars and lamb offerings) at any time of day. Guests who are interested in meditation or yoga can use the shrine room. The farm house also houses a traditional hot stone bath in a nearby shed exactly as local Bhutanese people experience it.