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Wild Earth Himalayan Retreat Cottage

Farm stay hosted by Carroll
5 guests1 bedroom1 bed1 bath
Entire home
You’ll have the farm stay to yourself.
Great location
100% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
Pets allowed
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Great communication
100% of recent guests rated Carroll 5-star in communication.
House rules
This host doesn’t allow smoking.
Fabulous views of the Himalayas from this secluded rustic retreat perched in a 10 acre peach orchard. Airy, with wood beam ceilings, skylight, loft, kitchen and fabulous porches north and south facing. Wood stove, perfect for retreat or honeymoon. Dakpa and Diki Dolma can cook for you. Enjoy the fresh air, mountain breezes, and quiet. Safe, clean, simple.

Cottage is located directly north of Nagarkot Farm House park at NFH & walk down through NFH to reach our cottage, approx 10 minute walk.

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed

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Kitchen
Wifi
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Breakfast
Essentials
First aid kit
Fire extinguisher
Building staff
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Unavailable: Smoke alarm

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Nagarkot, Central Region, Nepal

1) Fabulous walks and mountain biking straight from the house- to Changu Narayan, Sanku.
2) Hike west or south-west to North through beautiful Tamang village
3) To the West village of Katike, then continue on North-west to Jashinging Pauwa. Its a kind of semi-rural Tamang village.
4) Walk to Sakhu, the old trading town between Nepal and Tibet, we suggest you do this on your departure day.

Hosted by Carroll

Joined in October 2013
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I am a medical anthropologist who has lived in the Himalayas for over 25 years with my husband photographer Thomas L. Kelly. We lead pilgrimages in the Himalayas and horse treks for National Geographic from our yurt camp in the Khangai mountains of Mongolia in the summer. We have two sons: Liam 21, a photographer and white water kayaker, and Galen 18, a dedicated soccer player and swimmer. We have rented our house out through air b n b and we have happily rented air b n's in Goa and in Vermont and have loved the experience. Five things I can't live without---wilderness, laughter, sunshine, a little adventure, hot showers and a good bed. Favorite travel destinations: Bhutan, Mustang, Mongolia, Kerala, Burma, Cambodia. Favorite books: oh don't get me started--I am a bibliophile. Kiss of the Yogini, Alchemical Body, Rumi Poetry, to name a few. Movies? The Bell by Andrei Rublov, I recently liked Still Alice. Music? Love live acoustic female vocalists, accoustic, jazz, funk, motown, boogie, classical Indian. Food? Indian, Thai, Italian, Japanese. Our home in Kathmandu is like a railroad station with many guests coming and going from our large house. I know what it is like to host, and I know how to respect other's privacy, and belongings. I feel it is a privilege to be a guest in another's home and I appreciate the effort that goes in to making it cozy for guests with clean sheets, clean bathrooms, fresh towels. As an inveterate nomad traveler, I contrast really roughing it with up to 8 weeks in a tent in the Himalayas, to soaking it up in a 5 star. I appreciate clean simple beauty--what the Japanese call wabi sabi--objects that are worn and tell the story of a person's life through usage. In Nepal, there is a saying: guest is God. Our home is a bit funky, but clean and homey with a large book collection, a good garden, and good air, wonderful staff, but it is a bit funky--old plumbing, the challenges of electricity in Nepal. We love to try to offer small touches of Himalayan hospitality: fresh flowers, offering bowls, chocolates on the pillows, fresh house slippers, materials to help you navigate the rich city of Kathmandu. Our staff is ready to help you. My motto this moment: NOW IS THE TIME.
I am a medical anthropologist who has lived in the Himalayas for over 25 years with my husband photographer Thomas L. Kelly. We lead pilgrimages in the Himalayas and horse treks fo…
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FEW THINGS TO CONSIDER:

Before visiting, consider bringing food supplies from Kathmandu or, buy locally in Nagarkot. There is als the option for Dhakpa (the caretaker) to shop and cook.

· NON VEG: Rs 500 per plate (Daal-bhat, 2 kinds of vegetables, chicken and achar)
· VEG: Rs 400 per plate (Daal-bhat, 2 kinds of vegetables and achar)
· B'FAST: 350/plate (Tibetan bread, jam, boiled egg, omlete, milk or black tea)

You will have to inform us and we will inform Dhakpa so he can purchase provisions.

Please call Dhakpa at +977-9860513751 and he can meet you at Nagarkot Farm House and then walk down to Cottage. Contact no. for manager, (Nagarkot Farm House): Rudra +977 (01) 6912463, 061202022, +97 -9841437398
FEW THINGS TO CONSIDER:

Before visiting, consider bringing food supplies from Kathmandu or, buy locally in Nagarkot. There is als the option for Dhakpa (the caretaker) t…
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House rules
Self check-in with building staff
No smoking
Pets are allowed
Health & safety
Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
No carbon monoxide alarm
No smoke alarm
Cancellation policy

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