Very bright double bedroom with attached bathroom. Full access to the beautiful Yatachhen’s kitchen, living room and roof terrace.



13% VAT excluded

• 50$ / day
• 300$ / week
• Extra bed : 15$


Type : Independent Room
Neighbourhood : Old Patan – Swotha Square
Volume : 25 m2
Accommodates : 2/3
Bedroom(s) : 1
Bathroom(s) : 1
Kitchen : Yes (common)
Roof terrace : Yes (common)


• Attached bathroom with bath and WC. Hot water from storage geyser
• Access to roof terrace
• Common kitchen/ living room to chill out or cook your meals
• Access to a washing machine
• Air Conditioning (when cityline electricity)
• Electricity backup for all-day power supply
• Optical fiber WIFI
• Gas heater in winter
• Free set of towels and linens changed every week
• Cleaning twice per week                                         • Earthquake proof home



• Located inside Yatachhen house, a beautiful conservation project of Newari architecture
• Situated in the heart of Patan historical city center (Swotha Square)
• Quietly nested inside a courtyard (no noise from the road!)
• Less than 100m away from Durbar Square and the Golden Temple
• 500m away from Patan Doka (Patan’s gate)
• 20 min walk away from Pulchowk, U.N. House, Sanepa area, Kupondole area
• 15 min ride to Thamel
• 20/25 min ride to the international airport


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Cosy and lovely

“Both the building and the room were so cosy and lovely. All the staff were very helpful and welcoming. The rooftop terrace was a great place to hang out. Location was great – a very quick walk from beautiful Durbar Square. I would definitely stay here again.”

— Lena, USA, April 2016

Perfect location

"The home is part of a beautiful Newari family home complex in Patan. The wing that guests stay in is newer, but retain the feeling of the rest. Another part of the complex includes a wing that is over 400 years old. I deeply appreciated the cosyness of the room and the whole house, the appreciation and mindfulness of environmental concerns yet access to electricity and warm water in a city where those are super unreliable. It was wonderful to have such a place to land in Nepal, to be able to cook, and get re-oriented. As other guests said, even though the cost is on the higher end, we found it very worth it.”

— Kristen, USA, January 2016