YEWONG ECO LODGE
Paro | Bhutan
About the hotel
Set in 6 acres of forested land amidst apple orchards and 360 degree view of enchanting Paro valley, Yewong Eco Lodge exudes charm. Its relaxing atmosphere supported by traditional Bhutanese hospitality with dedicated lodge team ensures quality experience for esteemed guests. Each cottage strategically and conveniently positioned offering excellent views of the valley and surrounding hills while the private balconies further add space to enjoy nature at its best.
The lodge features 12 spacious, well-appointed rooms, in cottage form with large bathrooms. All rooms are comfortably furnished and equipped with essential amenities.
Its tastefully designed restaurant provides delicious Bhutanese, Indian, Chinese and Continental cuisine while the attached bar offers a wide range of local and international beverages. Guests also have the option of enjoying breakfast outdoors, with fascinating view of Paro valley.
Yewong also offers conference and meeting facility in its traditionally built log hut spacious cabin, with the support of a team who professionally looks after guests’ needs and requirements.
Staying at Yewong means stay at nature’s bounty, enjoying Bhutanese hospitality at its best. The lodges also facility of experiencing Archery, Bhutan’s national sport and Khuru, the traditional dart game. Along with apple trees, seasonal flowers all around further add colour and beauty to this place while its organic kitchen garden fulfills lodge’s vegetable requirement to a large extent and at the same time provides opportunity for guests to participate in gardening activity.
The lodge has also provision for bon-fire, traditional cultural program and outdoor catering.
Guest Room Facilities
Running hot & cold water
Twin/ Double Beds
Tea/ Coffee Maker
Complimentary bottled water
Wake up Call
Foreign Currency Exchange
Safe Deposit at Reception
Things to do
Bhutan's most iconic landmark and religious site
National Museum of Bhutan
Cultural museum in the town of Paro in western Bhutan
Buddhist monastery and fortress
600 year old iron bridge
Himalayan Buddhist temple situated in Lango Gewog of Paro
Local cuisine of the Paro is one of the experiences that no one should miss
“It was a comfortable and memorable stay as the staff and management were very cooperative. Food was very tasty. Even the packed break fast, given on the day of visit to Tigers nest was good. Nice experience to stay amidst the apple orchard.”