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C/O Nangso House Nimmu, Leh , 194101 | Show on Map
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Nimmu House is boutique and heritage hotel in Nimmu Village. The property is situated 25 kmfrom Leh Kushok Bakula Rimpochey Airport. . This property offers free breakfast services. The property has a 4,500 square meters orchard with hundreds of fruit trees.
The hotel inLeh consists of 4 rooms and 5 tents. In-room amenities provided are openwindows, bedside table, telephone, tea/coffee maker and an attached bathroomwith shower and hot and cold running water. Guests can enjoy indoor and outdoor activities such as rafting, cooking class, sightseeing, and more.
The hotel also has a dining room where in Indian, French and local delicacies are served. Additional facilities provided at the premises are laundry and doctor on call. Nimmu Housealso offers Wi-Fi connectivity in the dining area.
This hotel in the Leh is situated at a distance of 28 kmfrom Leh Bus Stand and 9 km from Basgo Gompa Places of attraction include StokPalace (37 km.)
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by Duleep on September 28, 2018
Our stop at the Nimmu House in Nimmu was a short one one night. This stop was part of our four-day tour of the Leh Ladakh region. We got to Nimmu and the Nimmu House sometime in the early afternoon. We were received warmly by two charming hostesses, Sonam and Indrani. Just as we got to the property, we were led to the main building, a century-old structure, and one flight up to the dining hall/kitchen. We were guided carefully through the low doors and passages. The dining hall had this remarkable wood stove that was the center piece and, although not operational at this time, engaged our attention. Once our accommodation was readied, which was within the hour, we were led to our tent. The tent, although very spartan-looking on the outside is appointed with quality apartment-like furnishings on the inside. There is a comfortable ante room for relaxing, beyond that there is a king-sized bed with comforters and large soft pillows. The bathroom appointments are also of high grade and has all the essentials, including 24 hour running hot water. Outside the tent, there are these comfortable patio furniture, which includes sling chairs, hammocks, and the like. We were bowled over. The food is the highlight of the place. We understood that the entire operation, especially the kitchen, is supervised by Patrice. Patrice, by all accounts, is an elegant host. The food can be easily described as fine dining. In use is mostly local produce and the cuisine is somewhat West European. For lunch, when we arrived, we had a hearty apple salad, spaghetti with a meat sauce and crepes with a choice of fillings. For dinner, it was a hearty soup, chicken roast and an apple pie. Breakfast, the following day, consisted of eggs made to order, toast and guess what? They even had aloo paratha and curd. Food is certainly a highlight of this place. On the service front, Sonam and Indrani are the front of the house hostesses and are so gracious. They organized a bonfire late evening, just before dinner; they are also very well-informed individuals. On the housekeeping and kitchen front there were so many fine, outstanding hospitality professionals. We were very impressed with Dava and Vishal. IF ambience and food were the highlights, service ranked in superlative terms. Key pointers are: Take a walk through Nimmu especially by the banks of the Indus where there is a bend and a constriction, which allow for a white-water rafting experience; the astounding beauty aside. Just outside Nimmu, there is a confluence of the Zanskar and Indus rivers, which is a sight to cherish especially the line in the water where the two rivers merge. Enjoying the property is a bonus with the apple trees being a sight to die for and apple picking if you are up to it.
by wendy c on September 10, 2018
A beautiful hotel in stunning grounds. We stayed in one of the very comfortable tents which was a lovely stopover in a longer trip. Dinner was enjoyed on the tranquil terrace and morning yoga set us up the next day for the rest of our journey.
by lizdiscovers on August 24, 2018
We truly enjoyed our 3 day stay at Nimmu house! All our expectations were matched or even surpassed. We stayed with our family in the tents. The tents are comfortable and provide everything you need: good shower and bathroom, comfortable bed, coffee/tea/water. We booked for lunch and dinner to be included. We found the food amazing. Our kids loved the breakfast, lunches and dinners. Food is varied and nutritious. The staff is extremely friendly and Patrice has certainly build a great team around him who are all extending the hospitality and truly feel like operating in a team. We participated in the yoga classes, which we enjoyed very much. Nimmu house also arranged our rafting trip which was good fun! We like to extend a special thanks to Pishnu, who joined us for a walk to mushroom mountain and who always smiled and Inshona in charge of the yoga and who was always helpful in getting things arranged for us. We truly enjoyed our stay and can sincerely recommend to everyone visiting Ladakh!
by rishryan on August 15, 2018
We stayed for 2 nights in one of the tents. Food was simple but delicious with authentic flavor and taste of the region. We could pick fruits of apricots and apples from right outside our tents. Just be careful that bugs do not get into your tent, especially at night. Keep your tents zipped up at all times to ensure no pest problems. Other than that it was a pleasant stay. Beds were comfy but tents can get hot at night, make sure to use a fan.
by ranjeetrathee on August 7, 2018
The place is heavenly, it's old yet offers you all the luxuries that you look forward to. You can choose to camp or live in the rooms, both are equally luxurious, pluck apricots and apples hanging outside your tent and eat to your hearts fill
by Duleep on September 27, 2018
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