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Reviewed 14 October 2016 via mobile

Firstly, I am not the kind to take initiatives of writing reviews on properties I have stayed at. The fact that I have been compelled to write one now is the first testimony to the awe inspired by this tiny retreat nestled amongst boisterous and unrelenting mountains of Ladakh.

Me and my wife were traveling from Leh to Nubra via K-Top and were unfortunately engulfed in a major traffic jam at 18,000 ft. due to a passing Army convoy. Salute to our men in green who brave these conditions as a matter of routine!

Tired and wry... Frustrated even we reached Lchang at about 7:30 in the evening with little to no knowledge of what to expect, especially it being the last stripe on the tail end of the bustling tourist season of Ladakh.

What followed was a warm greeting, a fabulous earthy sort of a comfortable little cottage and a phenomenal group of staff. The highlight however has to be the brilliant dinner, both in flavor and quality of conversation. Three cheers to Aditya for an enticing and engaging verbal avalanche of all things important as well as non-trivial. Neil, another traveling guest was most enlightening.

All in all the place rejuvenated my body and mind after a day long arduous journey and there can't be a better compliment.

All the best to everyone at Lchang Nang.

Ankit Choudhary

Stayed: October 2016, travelled as a couple
3  Thank Ankit C
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Lchang Nang R, Engagement at Lchang Nang Retreat, responded to this reviewResponded 10 November 2016

Dear Ankit,
Taking the time and initiative to write this totally wonderful review is such a kind and generous gesture on your part. The two of you will always be very welcome at Lchang Nang and we all hope that you come again and spend a few days with us the next time around.

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Reviewed 7 October 2016

What do you look for in a retreat? Peace, comfort, silence, clean air, great sights, proximity to the best tourist spots? You have all this and more. The hotel staff is very polite and always ready to render any help the guests might need. No surprise really, for they are led by a very welcoming couple: Gayatri and Aditya, both General Managers here.
The food is great. The chef takes personal interest in the guest's choices.

Room Tip: The cottages towards the north side present an unhindered view of the magnificent snow topped peaks.
  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled with family
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2  Thank aloke l
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Lchang Nang R, Engagement at Lchang Nang Retreat, responded to this reviewResponded 10 November 2016

Dear Mr. Lal,
We can't begin to tell you how much we enjoyed sitting and chatting with you and your son. Lchang Nang is still resounding with the beautiful sound of your son's voice.
We look forward to having your stay with us again soon. Love and regards to you two!

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Reviewed 30 September 2016 via mobile

Gayatri and Aditya were so welcoming, it felt like a home away for home. In fact all the staff were there to make sure my stay was comfortable. The mud houses are an Eco-Luxurious-very Ladakhi hut based structure with all amenities provided. There's a little hammock on the tree in the courtyard to rest during the sunny days. The chef also prepared us fresh meals from the vegetables he picked up from the organic garden. We also made good use of the game room - playing carom and watching a movie on the big screen. The only regret - I was there for only one night! I would be back next year.

Stayed: September 2016, travelled as a couple
3  Thank Sohail B
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Lchang Nang R, Engagement at Lchang Nang Retreat, responded to this reviewResponded 10 November 2016

Hello Sohail!
Thank you very much for your lovely review. We really do hope that you come back soon and spend more time with us.
It was such a pleasure to have you and your wife stay with us during your visit to Nubra in Ladakh.

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Reviewed 26 September 2016

This retreat is an absolute must stay if you are planning a trip to Leh. Starting with the design of the retreat and it's buildings ,that have been planned and positioned with sensitivity to the environment as well as to take best advantage of the stunning nature around to the impeccable hospitality. This hotel has got it right!!! The small team are super attentive, friendly and can tell you much about the area. They take a personal approach to hospitality with a huge emphasis on food.

The chef meets you before every meal to see what you might fancy on any particular day. Their servings are huge and the food is presented beautifully.
The new Spa service was just what was needed when you have spent long time on the road in Leh.
The rooms are chic , very tastefully designed and super spacious with breath takings views wherever you look.
Be sure to go for a property walk down to the river !!
A truly luxurious stay !

Room Tip: If your a family or a group of friends get the adjoining rooms 13 and 14 !
  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled with friends
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5  Thank pgaekwar
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Lchang Nang R, Engagement at Lchang Nang Retreat, responded to this reviewResponded 10 November 2016

Priya,

Thank you for your generous review :) we had an absolute ball with you girls and can't wait to have you back again. In fact we are on our way down from the mountains, driving down the country and may ring your doorbell sometime soon :) The boys and us send you our love from Nubra Valley !

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Reviewed 15 September 2016 via mobile

After a long drive from Leh to Nubra Valley and the bumpy ride on the double humped camels, one is desperately in need of a warm bed and good food...and Lchang Nang provides you that and a lot more!

It's a hidden treasure in the Nubra Valley, nestled amongst mountain on all sides, with beautiful cottages that have all the modern amenities and wifi! (minus televisions, which was oh so welcome).

We were welcomed by gracious staff, shown to our accomodation which was warm and cosy with great views all around. They have their own vegetable garden and the food is out of this world. Seriously, we were not expecting such hospitality at such a remote location. The Chef was a fantastic cook and the food was to die for. He prepared a fresh broccoli soup with broccoli from their own garden, an apple pie with apples plucked fresh and I was in a food coma, what else can you wish for?

Aditya, who manages the place, spent time with us to explain us their philosophy which is to be as close to nature as possible and live the organic life. And truly, the place lives up to that philosphy. I would love to go back and enjoy nature to its maximum at this beautiful little resort and live in the lap of the nubra valley.

Stayed: September 2016, travelled with family
2  Thank ananya s
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Lchang Nang R, Engagement at Lchang Nang Retreat, responded to this reviewResponded 19 September 2016

Dear Ananya,
It was our pleasure to have you come and experience Lchang Nang Retreat :) It gives us such joy to see that our sustainable, green efforts are being appreciated. Aditya is telling me to let you know, that we have now successfully done an experimental apple jam too :) He's definitely attempting to tempt you to return soon!

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