Chonor House, Dharamsala
A small friendly hotel of only 11 rooms, Chonor House has a wonderfully distinct Tibetan influence with the decor in each bedroom depicting one aspect of Tibetan life in bold murals. There is a library, comfortable lounge and restaurant serving huge portions of delicious Tibetan, Indian and continental food, a pleasant courtyard beneath pine trees and a small shop and internet cafe. The property is run by Tibetans and all money goes to the Norbulinka Institute which funds projects for Tibetan refugees. It is opposite the Dalai Lama's residence and monastery so you will hear the chanting.
What our clients say
A Sanders - Sri Lanka Holiday
Sri Lanka was absolutely spectacular, we did the rock (all 1,223 steps) the hotels were brilliant especially 98 acres which we wished we could have stayed longer. Thank you for arranging this for us, we had a great time & would go back to Sri Lanka and this time do some of the coastal towns.
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