Netuk House a heritage Sikkimese home, is more than just a palatial home stay. Located on an elevated part of Tibet Road, it is an edifice of an architecturally chanting complex with a riveting account of history and tradition. All the rooms are well furnished with traditional Sikkimese furnitures like Choksay (table) and the ceilings are painted in the traditional Sikkimese art work. All rooms are themed on Jem stones, named and colored accordingly.
It is perfect for a Soul Searcher.
Located at Tibet road, Netuk House is truly an oasis of luxury nestling in the lap of green hills and misty slopes. Featured with every essential amenity Netuk House lets it's guests stay in uttermost comfort while enjoying the mesmerizing beauty of surrounding.
Your Comfort View room comes in both twin bed or single bed as per your requirement. Rooms have private sitting area and featuring traditional Sikkimese furniture and hand-painted ceilings, the cosy, rustic rooms offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Every room is themed on Jem stone and named and coloured accordingly.
Breakfast is included, and there's also a restaurant featuring Himalayan specialties, as well as a bar. Additional amenities include a library, a patio with seating, and a lounge decorated with original artwork. There's also a barbecue and bonfire area.
Patio with seating
Barbecue and Bonfire area
I live at the property and just a call away. However, we do also have staff to take care of your requirement and serve you better.
We can arrange cabs for sight seeing, pick and drop on request basis. Please carry your photo ID along with you.
- Please get you photo ID along with you
- No smoking in the rooms & common area (inside) can do it in outside.
- We maintain clean environment, we expect the same from our guest.
- Damage to property will be charged
I very pleased to make your Airbnb acquaintance!
I am Sonam from Gangtok. I am an easy going person and I like travelling, trekking and photography. I love people and socializing and I am excited to be AirBnB host because of the opportunity to meet people from everywhere, and to learn about their lives and cultures (and food!).