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Reviewed 24 September 2019

I do love the decoration of this place as well as the atmosphere here. Room and bed is comfortable for me. Staff also nice and provide good services. Location is easily to find and you can also walk from this Home stay to Tabo monastery. This home stay can be call as cozy home stay.

Date of stay: September 2019
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Reviewed 4 September 2019

Good, nice and cozy rooms. Near Tabo Monastery. The place is located in the end of Tabo when you leave towards Kaza. The host was good and running this homestay with two helpers. They accommodated our requested to make stay worth. Thanks, Sumit Dar Paaji for the recommendation.

Date of stay: June 2019
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Reviewed 29 July 2018 via mobile

The moment we enter,the artistic way of decoraties near the entrance attracts us.they had used all waste to give such an amused aesthetic appearance.like used bottles, tyres as seats...
Rooms are done with mud ..With dry grass as ceiling..v.v.rustic feel as we enter..With super cozy beds&covers.
But here the food is v.limited...And this is the only place in whole spitti valley i felt..No thought was given for food.they don't have any choice.and didn't even take effort to prepare.it is a disappointment.and breakfast they don't have anything..Apart from that when we asked for bread..They charged for 1 tbsp of butter for 40 rs..Which I found v.rediculous.and objected.we stayed in a room which has an attached washroom.But gyser didn't work!
Only before bath i had realized.When i said..They said you should have collected it from common washroom!Which I didn't know..
Anyway..We had good &peaceful time here..In the garden sitout.
For one night it is fine.Tabo monestry is very enriching experience.

Date of stay: July 2018
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Reviewed 8 July 2018

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Located on the main road in Tabo, Namsay guest house is a serene and decent place for a sleepover. Rooms are clean and well kept, staff is friendly & welcoming. They use the energies of nature very efficiently in maintaining the property and rent is also reasonable.
P.S: Do not forget to have a look at the all bamboo ceiling, mesmerising.

Cons : Food could have been better. Only one room in the property has an attached washroom.

Date of stay: June 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Reviewed 17 June 2018

This mud house homestay is present on road from Tabo to Dhankar.... It charged us 1000/~ for a room per night when we booked it on the spot in the evening.

It has just 5 rooms of varying sizes. As per the owner, just 1 room has an attached washroom. In the building housing the rooms, there is just 1 shared washroom to be used by guests of remaining 4 rooms. Our room was pretty spacious in comparison to other rooms. There is another washroom constructed near to the kitchen that is more spacious in comparison to the shared washroom. When we stayed, geyser of the shared washroom wasn't working and we had to resort to use the washroom next to the kitchen. The bed was cozy and comfortable. The room has more than 1 charging slot. The ala carte dinner available at extra charges was also pretty good in terms of taste and quantity. The breakfast options seemed pretty less with just paranthas, eggs and toasts. The service however is a little slow. Also

The hotel is situated at a walking distance from the Tabo monastery and the caves (proclaimed to be hundreds of year old). I would recommend people to stay here and eat at Kunzum Cafe, pretty close to the monastery.

Date of stay: June 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Thank vabhatia
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