Thimphu House

Thimphu House

Thimphu House Named after the capital of Bhutan, Thimphu House (formerly known as Mountain House) is a two-story chalet-style building located behind Lhasa Inn at the foot of the northern mountain ridge. Each room faces the southern ridge with excellent views of the mountain. The entry to this building has an outdoor staircase and is not appropriate for people who have difficulty climbing stairs. Deluxe Double Rooms Two twin beds Organic linens and towels Organic wool quilts Shared bathroom (with adjacent double room) Signature Menla hand and face soap En-suite sink and vanity Organic linens and towels Desk Telephone with voice

Kathmandu House

Kathmandu House

Kathmandu House Named after the capital of Nepal, Kathmandu House (formerly known as Hill House) is a two-story chalet-style building nestled in the surrounding forest. The upstairs rooms share a long deck with a pleasant view of the southern mountain ridge. There are four deluxe suites, each with a European-style king bed and an adjoining sitting room. Alternatively, the suites can be converted into quads with four twin beds. Hill House is conveniently located right next to Lhasa Inn. Deluxe Single Rooms Queen bed Organic linens and towels Down quilts Private bathroom Signature Menla hand and face soap Desk Open-face closet and

Lhasa Inn

Lhasa Inn

Lhasa Inn Named after the capital of Tibet, Lhasa Inn (formerly known as Delos Inn) is an inviting three-story bell tower inn overlooking Eva’s pond and the surrounding mountains. It is Menla’s main building, where the reception area is located, as well as a gift shop, business center, and two dining rooms, one with a fireplace and Tibetan art exhibits. Deluxe Single Rooms Queen bed Organic linens and towels Down quilts Private bathroom with shower Signature Menla hand and face soap Desk Complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi and hard-wired ethernet jack Telephone with voice mail system Open-face closet and dresser Individually controlled thermostat Ceiling