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Surrounded by pristine Nature, with gurgling mountain springs forming natural boundaries on either side, the Begnas Lake Resort spans a whole hillside of unspoilt forestland. To the North and the North-East are the great Himalayan snowy peaks, below which lie terraced paddy fields and the tranquil Begnas Lake, lending a perfect picture frame for the window of every guestroom. Surrounding the resort area are Chestnut, Orange and other fruit bearing trees interspersed by bushes of Coffee, Cardamom and flowering plants. The entire resort breathes of pure, unadulterated Nature. In this healing and life-nourishing environment, we have established the Himalayan Nature Spa that offers a wide range of classical Ayurvedic treatments as well as soothing and rejuvenating massages conducted by an experienced team of Ayurveda experts from Kerala.
Located 12 Km East of bustling Pokhara town lies this wondrous paradise – the Begnas lake known for its clear spring-fed water and lushly vegetated surroundings – just the setting for your long-deserved escape to another world! The resort is situated on the southern bank of the lake with every guestroom affording spectacular mountain views.
Deluxe: 28 rooms with 4 rooms (5.5mX4.5m) to a stone cottage built in local Gurung style architecture on paddy terraces with sloping slate roofs. Two rooms on the upper and two rooms on the ground floor. All rooms have ensuite bathroom/toilet (2.6mX2.4m). All rooms have attached Verandah (4.6mX2.0m) for outdoor seating.
Premier Rooms: 4 spacious rooms (4.60m X 7.30m) luxuriously appointed in terracotta, stone and wood with comfortable lounging chairs. The large French windows open out to a private balcony offering stunning views of the lake and mountains which can also be enjoyed from the bed. These rooms are recommended for couples or single occupants. En suite washroom is beautifully appointed featuring a free-standing bath tub, shower and attached toilet/WC.
Waterfront Cottages: 4 independent cottages (5.3mX4.0m) built on high stone blocks in local rustic mud-house style accessible by wooden staircase. Roofs are of sloping slate. Rooms have ensuite bathroom/toilet (4.0mX2.0m). Verandah (4mX1.0m) for standing only but serves as extension of room by opening French windows. Built in a quiet corner of the resort close to the water amidst trees and flowering bushes.
Luxury Suites: 2 independent one-storied Gurung style stone cottages built close to the swimming pool area with sloping slate roofs. Each suite has two interconnecting rooms (each room 5.5mX4.5m); fully appointed Sitting room and Master bedroom each with attached bathroom/toilet (2.6mX2.4m). Each suite has two large adjoining Verandahs (4.6mX2.0m) for private dining/entertaining.
At The Begnas Lake Resort & Villas it is our Company Policy to source only pure and fresh ingredients that go into preparing your meals. For several years now, we have been growing our own Vegetables, Fruits, Herbs and Spices within and near the resort premises using only organic manure from our kitchen and garden wastes. Similarly, we raise our own Fish and free-run Poultry stocks while plans are afoot to have our own Dairy supplies.
We have taken these initiatives in order to ensure that no harmful chemicals or artificial additives get into our food chain. Understandably, shortfalls in production are made up with local purchases or sourced from the city. Our Chefs too are trained to maintain high levels of hygiene while preparing food so that our guests are assured of a safe and enjoyable dining experience while with us. In the end, aren`t we all, what we eat ?
Mentioned in this menu are some of our vegetarian delights for your dining pleasure and for those guests seeking the health benefits of Ayurveda at The Himalayan Nature Spa. All food items are prepared using Himalayan rock salt for added flavour and health benefits. The old Sanskrit word, Ayurveda is a conjunction of two words; `Ayur` means life and `Veda` means science or knowledge. Hence, simply put, Ayurveda is the Science of Life.