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Attached to the excellent cafe-restaurant of the same name, this nine-room guesthouse, run by an Australian guy called Murray, his young family and their team of friendly local staff, is a hugely popular choice and o...
Tourist ger camp, lodge
Tsenkher Hot Springs
The most luxurious place to stay at the hot springs, and one of the better ger camps in the country. The lodge, made entirely from local timber, is beautifully constructed and furnished...
Tourist ger camp
On a hillside a couple of kilometres out of town to the west, this camp has a good location in the forest and valley views. It’s fine for a quick night’s sleep but the facilities aren’t great and there is no shower.
Khorgo-Terkhiin Tsagaan Nuur National Park
In a lovely grassland location in the Zurkh Gol Khundii (Heart River valley), around one-hour's walk from the lake, Khorgo I is an immaculate ger camp...
Set on a pretty headland on the northern shore of the lake, this is perhaps the most attractive camp on the lake. It has flush toilets, hot showers and a cosy restaurant-bar (mains T5000-10,000)...
Next to Fairfield Guesthouse, this place is OK as a last resort, although only the more expensive rooms have attached bathrooms. No English spoken.
This reasonably new hotel has smart rooms with attached bathrooms, but is still seriously overpriced. English sign, but no English spoken.
One of a clutch of midrange tourist ger camps with similar facilities – comfortable gers, ok restaurant, open-air hot spring – but not in the same league as Duut Resort. The hot spring here costs US$10 for non-guests.
The cheapest rooms here have only a toilet and no shower, but all others have nice bathrooms with hot water (at fixed times of the day only – check the times with reception). Rooms are no-frills but clean and bright...
Off to your left as you come down the hill to the lake, this camp is simple but clean, with showers and a concrete restaurant ger with great lake views. Not much English spoken.
Backpacker Central in Tariat, this family guesthouse is pretty basic (there's no shower, and the toilet is a long-drop in the yard), but is run by the welcoming Tunga, who speaks good English...
A reliable place, Zamchin has a restaurant, sauna and hot shower. Rooms are spacious but it’s away from the centre, on the western road out of town.
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