This charming property is built in the traditional Himalayan style of architecture. Spread over two spacious floors, it has 12 double rooms with ensuite baths and a large dormitory. All the rooms open out to either an airy common verandah or balcony that overlooks a lovely, grassy lawn-cum-courtyard. You can sit here and read, meditate, do yoga, play your guitar or simply enjoy the crisp Spitian sun. Or you can sit on the little terrace and sip a nice, warm cup of tea. For years, this has been a popular place to meet other travellers and make new friends.
Sakya Abode manages four properties.