Snow Lion Home Stay is owned and managed by a Tibetan family. At Snow Lion Home Stay, you will experience first hand the rich cultural heritage of the Tibetan people, coupled with all the amenities and comforts of modern living. Tibetans are known the world over for their quiet strength, compassion and hospitality.
Snow Lion Home Stay is an extension of these qualities, where guests are welcomed and treated like personal guests of the family. You will feel like you are visiting the home of an old friend, and indeed that is what we hope to achieve, to feel that you are in a home away from home.
Snow Lion Home Stay is situated very close to the Chowrasta, which is the heart of Darjeeling with an easy gradient. It is in easy proximity to several restaurants and the Taxi stand. Just opposite are the local Tibetan Community Hall and the office of the Tibetan Refugee Centre.
Snow Lion provides spectacular views of the beautiful Kanchenzonga mountain ranges, and of the Darjeeling town.
There are currently seven guest rooms, which are fully furnished, with TV and telephone connectivity. The rooms also reflect Tibetan culture and provide stunning views of the town and the mountain ranges
We have upgraded the rooms and also started providing complimentary bed tea & breakfast.en suite (attached) bathroom with showers, hot & cold running water (24hrs), W.C, in-house telephone and cable T.V.
Wireless internet is available.Room Heaters & hot water bags are also provided free of cost in the winter months.
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This is a Totally AWESOME place to stay in Dajeeling. The Staff a super friendly tibetans. GREATall round
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