A magnificent property perched upon a hilltop with spectacular Himalayan views
The spirit of Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge
Perched 1,000 feet above the Pokhara Valley with a spectacular Himalayan backdrop, Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge provides a perfect haven, the essence of tranquillity. Ideal for guests pre- and post-trek, or for those wishing to take day walks exploring local communities, bird-watching, gentle exercise, or just to relax in a typical Nepalese rural setting.
Designed as the essence of serenity, you will appreciate the lodge’s atmosphere from the moment you pass through the elegant front door, framing the sentinel peak of Machhapuchhare. The 18 elegant rooms, each with twin or super-king sized beds and en-suite bathroom, are arranged around the hilltop to maximize breathtaking views from your own private verandah. Built of hand-cut stone, the cottage rooms provide welcoming, understated seclusion with cool slate and parquet floors, rich Tibetan rugs, handmade wood furniture, and original artwork. From the lodge gardens you can enjoy the majestic peaks.
There is as much activity or gentle relaxation as you wish, with your programme designed to meet your personal preferences. One can easily while away an entire morning gazing at the inspiring views. A candle-lit terrace for pre-dinner cocktails or comfy chairs around a log fire, the main lodge provides the focal point around our Nepali style courtyard. Colonel Jimmy’s library contains a unique collection of Himalayan mountaineering literature. The bar provides a full range of international and local drinks, and remains open until the last guest retires. From elegant dining to children’s favourites, the kitchen uses fresh, local, organic produce for its range of Nepali and western meals. Offering an outdoor swimming pool, a lush green garden and a terrace, at this beautiful hilltop retreat relaxation is the order of the day.
Pick and choose whatever takes your fancy; a day of trekking along mountain trails, bird-watching trips, sightseeing or shopping in Pokhara, or perhaps just treating yourself to an in-room Ayurvedic treatment.