At Hidden Paradise Guest House we follow an environmentally friendly and sustainable way of living and we are actively supporting the local community; our hot showers are heated by solar energy, in our kitchen we only use produce and vegetables from the area, our employees come from the nearby villages and the support of the local youth club has been a priority for several years.
Laxman, the oldest of the three brothers running Hidden Paradise Guest Hosue, always dreamt of constructing a traditional round house, referring to historic Nepalese beliefs of positive energy flow in this form of building. In 2007 he could fulfil this dream with the help of local craftsmen and materials, adding to the already existing accommodation of Hidden Paradise built in the year 2000.
Since 2004 Laxman is qualified in Ayurvedic and Accupressure Massage and his treatment room is part of the round house building, where he also practises Reiki and Tamara Healing.
Manish, the second brother is not only the administrative head of the team, responsible for the smooth running of Hidden Paradise Guest Hosue, but also loves to spoil the guests with his delicious creations at mealtimes.
Milan, the youngest of the team, took a very early interest in everything technical and therefore naturally qualified for overseeing the maintenance of buildings, furniture and the extensive garden at Hidden Paradise.
Grandma (jimua) keeps a loving eye on the three brothers and their guests at Hidden Paradise and is always there to share her beautiful smile and to give a hand in the kitchen if necessary.
Kushi (happy), the dog is just that – a happy dog!