This place is perfect for having an occasional lunch with your family.. It's right on the midst of Golaghat town. Parking is available and dishes are ok. Lodging is also offered here at nominal rates. Rail station is only about 1 km away.
This is one of the good option in the town to stay a little over priced though! Stayed six nights in first week of May for official tour. Good service, nice and clean, Food is good though only tried through room service. The only disappointment is the constant knocking the door in the early evening for taking the dinner order.
This is a kind of a budget hotel which provide a daily and normal amenities which is wonderful thing. As it is a budget hotel so don't expect much from this hotel. But you can see the natural beauty of Assam and all the northeast from this guest house
The guest house is situated near the railway station. The rooms are clean and the area around is also pleasent. They have a resturant also , which have indian , chiness dishes. Food quality or taste is good . I stayed for one night on an official tour. I like to see smile on the managers face please !!!!!!
I have been to Golaghat and Numaligarh for official visits and found the guest house to be the best in the Golaghat district. The rooms are clean, bed linens changed everyday and the staff know good hospitality. I have stayed in the hotel some three times but my most recent stay here was the best. The owner of the guest house is also a very humble and helpful person. Food quality is very good. The food items are freshly prepared. A Manager with a smiling face would make the guest house more attractive.
A small tourist hotel with bare minimum amenities. Most of the rooms are a tiny lot, except one suite room. there is an attached basic restaurant. A common 5 bed accommodation is also available with common wash room facility. Ensure that you use bottled water only for drinking purpose. The famous Kaziranga wild life sanctuary is a comfortable one and half hour drive. Rooms are serviced daily and no amenities other than towels are provided.
We stayed at the affiliate of Nambor Guest House (not the location in the photos) in rooms 112 and 111 on 29/11/12 It appeared to be part of the government run lodging scheme. In retrospect, I think we would have been better off staying at the main guest house site as things seemed more attended to there. The site we stayed at was staffed by young men, who while nice, were more concerned about their board game and our access to TV than the cleanliness of the facility. The pile of soiled linens under the stairs and the grime around the kitchen door were two glaring examples of lack of awareness of chores to be done.