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Guesthouses and B&Bs
The last word in luxury in Bumthang, the sleek dzonglike Amankora sits beside Wangdichholing Palace in apple and pear orchards. Rooms are spacious with king-size beds, soaring ceilings and a central, sumptuous bathtub. Rates include all meals.
Gongkhar Guest House
This excellent hotel, 1.5km southeast of Jakar, has spacious, cosy and comfortable rooms with bukhari s and super-clean bathrooms...
Hotel Home has simple pine-clad rooms – try and get one with a valley view – with large bathrooms that oddly face the corridor. The large dining room is made cosy with a big bukhari .
Hotel Ugyen Ling
Owned by one of Bhutan's biggest travel agencies, this walled compound is close to Wangdichholing Palace and offers above-average accommodation...
Jakar Village Lodge
Boasting some of the best food in Bumthang, this hotel situated down a narrow village lane below the dzong is run by an ex-dzongdag (district administrator) who will regale you with stories as you sample his assortment of teas and freshly ground coffe...
Kaila Guest House
This is the closest hotel to Jakar bazaar and is a favourite of NGO workers, who get a 20% discount on the cosy, recently renovated rooms...
Mepham Guest House
This hidden guesthouse nestles just below the Lhodrak Kharchu Goemba, making it perfect for Buddhist practitioners headed for dawn prayers...
This cosy lodge has wood-panelled rooms in a large two-storey building overlooking Wangdichholing Palace...
This popular place has a variety of rooms overlooking the valley south of town...
Swiss Guest House
It doesn't get more bucolic than this wooden farmhouse surrounded by apple orchards on a hill overlooking the valley. In 1983 this was the first guesthouse in Bumthang, but there have been plenty of upgrades since then...
A small family-run farmhouse with simple room.
A BTCL luxury option next to Wangdichholing Dzong.
This well-run resort is on a bluff overlooking the valley to the south of town. The highlight is the relaxing balcony terrace festooned with climbing flowers. Rooms are a bit old-fashioned but comfortable; the spacious corner suites are best.