It’s hard to imagine a more spectacular view than the one you wake up to at this little eco retreat on the outskirts of Leh. Facing across the Indus Valley to the great, white pyramidal peaks of the Stok Kangri massif, its mud-walled chalets are situated to make the most of the epic scenery. Each has a large picture window and private deck with easy chairs where you can flop with a flask of Kashmiri tea and watch the magical effect of the changing light on the nearby snow fields. Traditional carved eaves, poplar floors and rustic, stripped wood beams add a distinctly Ladakhi feel. The place is locally owned, and run with great enthusiasm by a former nomad who used to herd Pashmina goats in Changtang. Meals feature seasonal produce fresh from the garden and served in a choice of three dining rooms and paved terraces.
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