Nimmu House is an elegant, Tibetan-style mansion, built by the cousin of the King of Ladakh, and complete with Buddhist temple, yak stables and apricot orchards. Converted into a glamping retreat in 2012, it has five beautifully designed traditional rooms in the main house, with large windows, lime washed walls and wooden floors; and seven comfortable deluxe tents, with all the modern comforts, spread throughout the orchard. No flat-screen TVs here, but glorious Himalayan scenery on all sides and a charming atmosphere.
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