it is underful place
on Dec 10, 2016
i been there for one night and of course I will go there again it is not enough for me.
so i will suggest to every tourist ho are going to dhampus i highly recomend to all the tourist.
you will have really great mountain view nice people great to stay there.
on Mar 25, 2016
Friendly hospitality. Clean rooms. Great foods .Easy tour around the village.I recommend it from heart :) Always was hot shower. Wi-fi at the room. I was there four times. Excellent place for relaxing. Pokhara is about 20 km. Helpful owner.
Do not stay here!
on Apr 4, 2015
None of the reviews below are actually for the Dhampus Resort. This "resort" is not in Dhampus it's in Phedi so if you're expecting to find it at the top of the hill like we did you'll be disappointed.
It was not worth $40 a night!! It was disgustingly dirty, no towels, no shower (just a urine covered bath), no soap or toilet paper. Marks all over the wall and a dirty toilet when we arrived. We waited over an hour for dinner even though there was no one there.
The owner seemed nice and the view was alright but that's it. Walk up to the top and just walk in to a hotel to make a booking. There's heaps up there.
Romancing the Fishtail
on Mar 2, 2015
Dhampus came to us recommended by our dear friend Professor Joshi as an alternative to Ghandruk. I am glad we listened to him. We drove eighteen kilometres on a semi metalled road to the village from Pokhara, the car- a santro. The paradise hotel was clean, simple with great food and a cook willing to serve you what you liked. The solar powered electricity connected free wifi in our room. The bar well sticked will only serve by quarter bottles of more. If you are not too thirsty you better not ask for a whiskey!
If the weather is clear there is a great sight of Pk. Macchapuchare from the roof of the diner.
Though there is hot water in the room it needs a bit of sun to warm it.
The sojourner can stroll across to the Australian camp an hour away enjoying the meadow and the rhododendron forest.
A great place to put up your feet for a couple of days.
Dhampus Gurung Cottage, Dhampus, near Pokhara
on Nov 3, 2013
Dhampus is a fabulous little village at an altitude of about 1,800 metres. It’s popular among trekkers because of the breathtaking panoramic views of the Annapurnas, Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchhare and other mountains. We stayed at the Dhampus Gurung Cottage, one of around 17 places to stay in Dhampus, and we were made to feel so welcome by the lovely family who operate the cottage. It was a lovely complex, spacious cosy rooms with comfortable beds and western-style bathrooms. The individual rooms don’t have hot water but there are two separate bathrooms where hot showers are available. Dinner and breakfast were both very good with lots of delicious choices. We were up early in the morning to see the glorious mountain views as the sun rose – absolutely spectacular. I definitely recommend this ‘hotel’ and look forward to a return visit to this amazing part of the world.