Food and beverage:
The Kathmandu Guest House Dream Garden Café served lunch and breakfast. The vegetarian burger which I had was huge and comes with lots of big sized fries. It was delicious and filling. The breakfast, though had many options but might not impress an Indian guest. Seemingly catering to a largely western clientele, the breakfast comprised of fruits, cereals, juices, baked beans, muffins, croissants, preserves, pancakes etc. I wish they had Idli, poha, Upma, Aaloo ka paratha, etc in the buffet to cater to the Indian taste.
How to reach:
The location of Kathmandu Guest House is a winner. It is easily approachable since it is close to main tourist hubs of Kathmandu such as Thamel and Ratna Park bus stand. It is few minutes away from the Tribhuvan International Airport.
Kathmandu Guest House has rooms which suit all budgets. It is advised that one checks their website or calls and ask them the price for their chosen dates. Their tariff is dynamic and is subject to change as per season. Their price starts at INR 2500 for 1 day.
Best time to go:
Nepal is a year round destination. However, September, October and November are the best months to visit Kathmandu. That is when most of the treks also take place. It is also easier to see snow capped mountains in winters.
What to do in and around the property