Gangtey Lodge, Phobjikha Valley, Bhutan
Set in a beautiful location, Gangtey Lodge boasts 12 luxury farmhouse suites. Each suite is furnished with local furniture, characterful touches and is extremely comfortable. The hotel offers an intimate and personable experience with attentive staff and is finished to a luxuriously high specification. A lovely dining/living room area has numerous cosy fireplaces and overlooks the surrounding valley.
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On a forested knoll, this comfortable eight suite lodge has broad views of the valley floor and the dominant 16th century Gangtey Goemba. A winding track leads guests through the forest and descends to the lodge that enjoys sweeping views of the stunning valley landscape.
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Following the successful launch of three lodges in Paro, Thimphu and Punakha , Six Senses Bhutanhas already obtained a reputation for immersing guests into the historic, spiritual and cultural delights of this tantalizing Himalayan kingdom. It is now calling out to the curious with the opening of its fourth lodge, Six Senses Gangtey.
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