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This place is just perfect in every way. I have travelled many times in India and it's the first time I find a guesthouse that I feel so welcomed. My partner and I stayed there for 1 week and we were very sad to leave....More
Although the room was basic it was well laid out with beautiful decor, attention to detail and I had my own little balcony that I could look out on and see the Ganges. They were incredibly helpful and quick to respond to any issue. They...More
i like family run guest house, a good experiences to meet Indian peoples at their best without the problems you can meet on a daily basis.....
this is not the best looking place but you won't find much better , comfortable, over looking Assi Ghat,...More
This is the third time I have stayed at the Sahi River Guest House. It is located at Assi Ghat, so quieter and away from the hustle and bustle of other parts of Varanasi. The balcony rooms are really good, with terrific views of the...More
We went for the cheapest room, which was by reception so a little noisy but only during the day and very clean. The shower was lovely and hot which is always a bonus for budget travellers. The complimentary breakfast was simple but did the trick....More
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Sorry for the delay! It scored "average" because it was not spotlessly clean but it certainly wasn't grimy, especially for India. The balcony room cost us 1300 INR I seem to remember, but that was without heating. Cost a few... More
Sorry for the delay! It scored "average" because it was not spotlessly clean but it certainly wasn't grimy, especially for India. The balcony room cost us 1300 INR I seem to remember, but that was without heating. Cost a few hundred more to have the heater. Hope that helps!
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"We were in room 11, overlooking the Ganges, the view was spectacular."