Fishtail Lodge Pokhara Nepal -A Heritage Of Hospitality

Fishtail Lodge Pokhara Nepal  A Heritage Of Hospitality

Fish Tail Lodge enjoys a unique location situated on a peninsula across Fewa Lake. Shuttle-floats or boats transport you across to the resort. With the lake on one side and a forest hill on the other, the views are spectacular. The panorama of Annapurna range and Mount “Machhapuchre” (Fish Tail), and their reflection on the lake soothe your soul and refresh your spirit. Here you can enjoy a break far from the madding crowd and yet be just a few minutes away from the adventure holiday of your dreams. Cosseted by our staff in this oasis of tranquility, facing one of the most beautiful, breathtaking views in the world, you will understand why the lodge features in the BESTSELLING book “1000 Places to See Before You Die” by Patricia Schultz.

As testimony to the exclusive service and comfort offered, the Fish Tail Lodge has had the honour of hosting World Leaders, Royalty, Heads of Governments and Celebrities. Former US President Jimmy Carter, HRH Prince of Wales, Crown Prince Narihito of Japan and many others have enjoyed their stay at Fish Tail Lodge.

Fish Tail Lodge is endowed to the Jayanti Memorial Trust. All profits generated by this property supports the Trust’s goals.

We are at a distance of 1 kilometer from Pokhara Airport and the Pokhara Bus Stand. Similarly, famous spot Davis Fall is just 5 kilometer away and Sarangkot being 15 kilometer away in distance. We are therefore located in the heart of Pokhara valley being surrounded by awe-inspiring views every corner.

About Fishtail Lodge
Situated on a peninsula with the Fewa Lake on one side and a forest-covered hill on the other, Fish Tail Lodge offers spectacular views all around making it a unique lake resort. It was established in late 1960’s with unique round cottages that are set amidst a lush garden. The Fishtail Lodge is ideal for travellers seeking the charm of a small hotel with very high standards. We have a choice of 3 Heritage rooms, 12 Palm Court DELUXE ROOMS and 45 Garden Terrace rooms.

We also have the Annapurna Base Camp central dining room and bar Deck by the Lake outdoor dining option, and the Sip & Dip outdoor pool bar.

The Lodge is endowed to a non-profit organization called Jayanti Memorial Trust (JMT). All profits generated by the Lodge supports the Trust’s goals, which is to provide funding to less fortunate heart patients who are economically weak, and provide them cardiac care.

Rooms at Fishtail Lodge 
Fish Tail Lodge offers 60 comfortable guestrooms that are tastefully decorated, and come with an array of modern amenities to make your stay a pleasant one.

All 48 Standard and 12 Deluxe Rooms have attached baths with running hot and cold water, Air-Conditioning/Heating, TV, Telephone and Refrigerators.

Deluxe Rooms have bathtubs and private balconies that offer excellent mountain views.

Heritage Room
Blended with with exquisite Nepali architecture, Heritage Room is a fusion of art and hospitality.

It has been an honour and pleasure  to have hosted dignitaries such as HRH Prince Charles, Former President of USA Jimmy Carter, His Imperial Highness Naruhito of  Japan, HRH Princess of Japan ChiChibu, Former President of India Sanjiva Neelamber Reddy, HRH Maharaja of Jodhpur Gaja Singh, Former Prime Minister of Bangaldesh Kazi Zafar Ahmad and more. Their stays have further  enriched the glorious history of our Lodge.

Room Features:

  • Beds: DOUBLE BEDS/Twin Beds
  • Occupancy: Single and Double
  • Flooring: Tiled Floor
  • View: Mountain and Lake View
  • Size: 192/24 sq ft. Total: 216 sq ft.
  • Bathroom: Fixed Shower
  • TV: Flat panel television with satellite programme
  • Internet: Wireless Internet
  • Facilities: Electronic room locker, Tea &Coffee Maker

Garden Terrace
The round Garden Terrace rooms are surrounded by a lush garden ideal to unwind and relax. Every room has a private patio.

Room Features:

  • Beds: DOUBLE BEDS/Twin Beds
  • Occupancy: Single/Double/Triple
  • Flooring: Tiled Floor
  • View: Garden, Pool and Forest
  • Size: 193/37 sq ft. Total: 230 sq ft.
  • Bathroom: Telephone Shower
  • TV: Flat panel television with satellite programmes
  • Internet: Wireless Internet
  • Facilities: In room electronic safe/ Tea & Coffee Maker

Palm Court
Palm Court rooms are quietly tucked in our two-storey building offering calm and understated elegance. The tranquility and the awe-inspiring Himalayan landscape will be hard to forget.

Room Features:

  • Beds: DOUBLE BEDS/Twin Beds
  • Occupancy: Single/Double/Triple
  • Flooring: Wooden Parqueting
  • View: Mountain View
  • Size: 180/35 sq ft. Total: 215sq ft.
  • Bathroom: Shower/Tub Combination
  • TV: Flat panel television with satellite program
  • Internet: Wireless Internet
  • Facilities: In room electronic safe, Tea & Coffee Maker, Iron & board

Restaurant
Guests can relish delicious Nepali, Continental, Chinese and Indian cuisine in our restaurant overlooking the lake.

The Cozy Bar / Fireplace is an ideal place to unwind with an exotic drink after a busy day.

Conference Hall
The conference Hall can accommodate upto 70 persons in theatre style.

Swimming Pool and Baby pool

Contact details of Fishtail Lodge Pokhara

Fishtail Lodge Pokhara
P.O. Box 10
Lakeside, Pokhara, Nepal
Tel: +977 61 465071/460248/460258
Fax: +977 61 465072
E-mail:
info@fishtail-lodge.com / info@fishtail-lodge.com.np

City Office of Fishtail Lodge Kathmandu 
G.P.O. Box 140,
Durbar Marg, Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel: +977-1- 4229647/4229570/4221711 ext.4904.
Fax: 977-1-4230304

If you need the best rate of Fishtail Lodge Pokhara, you can either call me at 00977 98510 24915 or e-mail me at anil.blon@gmail.com

Thank you

Anil Blon
Manager – Natraj Tours & Travel

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