‘Where history has failed to record the facts, legend has filled in the gaps’
The circulating belief amongst the locals indicates that during his summer sojourns in the hills of Nagarkot, the Rana Prime Minister’s eyes fell on a pretty hill belle. His intense love for this petite lady whom he named Bhangeri (diminutive) resulted in building a durbar (palace) for her. Perhaps, some remains of the durbar could still be found inside the now existing army barracks in the hills.
To reminiscence this love story we have hastened to name this property
- The Bhangeri Durbar Resort.
Accommodation and Amenities:
Twenty deluxe rooms are equipped with two twin beds each and five super deluxe rooms are equipped with king sized beds. All rooms consist of wall to wall carpet, coffee table and chair, study table and chair, air conditioning and heating, television set with cable line, telephone service, attached bath with hot water, private balcony with chair and closet with hangers.
Guest Room Supplies include slippers, extra blankets with pillows, tea and coffee maker set, book for reading, hair dryer, fresh towel set, soap, shampoo, conditioner and body lotion.
The sixty cover multi cuisine restaurant offers some of the best in Nepali, European, Chinese and Indian cuisines. The fully stocked bar is extremely relaxed with the lounge type set-up.