Shiva Guest House 2
The city of Bhaktapur is one of the Kathmandu Valley’s major tourist attractions – not only is it a UNESCO World Heritage site, but at only 30mins away it is also easily accessible on a day trip from Kathmandu. Bhaktapur has preserved much more of its architectural heritage than Kathmandu and for this, it is deservedly famous. It is particularly well-known for its wood carving – here is a particularly good place to pick up an intricately carved frame or figurine as a souvenir.
About Shiva Guest House 2
The city is a great day out from Kathmandu, a welcome break from the pollution and crowds of the capital. However, tourists are targeted here by touts and children seeking small change, perhaps more than anywhere else in the valley, so be prepared for this. If you can get beyond this (i.e. away from the squares), this won’t be a problem, and you walk into a sleepy little town, which still retains much of a sense of local charm.
SGH2 Located in Khuma tole, just above the entrance gate of Bhaktapur Durbar Square. The traditionally build house is surrounded by typically local house and the newari community have 14 rooms well decor with all attached bathroom. The Guest House build with Old traditional wooden craving like pillars, doors and window were preserved and maintain from the old house which was build before.