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    Georgina, it really depends on your budget.

    There are some decent backpackers and some really amazing 5 Stars. We spent NYE one year at the Fulbari after 6 weeks trekking with the kids. It was a welcome relief with a massive comfortable bed and a very deep bath. It also came at a price (as well as a lacking soul).

    THeir is another lodge closer to town which is mid-range called the Fishtail Lodge. Great views, near the Lake and not as ex[pensive as the Fulbari. I would definitely choose that one if we went again. about 8 years ago

    Answered by LisaF via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    We are budget travellers and have been staying down the south end of town, in the side street with the well known am/pm cafe and the peace eye guest house. We have stayed in a few different guest houses in this street and they have all been good clean basic rooms. What we is really nice about this end of lakeside is that it is a bit quieter and the food is also a bit cheaper, while still having a really warm friendly pokhara vibe! I think it would be hard to go wrong choosing a place in your price range anywhere in Pokhara. about 6 years ago

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    I know a great place, it's called Lucca b&b. Stayed there twice now, it's a little further away from the main hub of lakeside so a bit quieter but is easily walkable to everything in lakeside. over 4 years ago

    Answered by Rob via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    I suggest you stay at lakeside ( Fewa lake). You can stay a night or two night around Begnas Lake too and stay a night at Sarangkot for close mountain view as well as the sunrise view.
    Good Luck!!!
    Raju over 4 years ago

    Answered by Raju Gurung via Site_iconTravellr.com

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