Tibetan Hospitality for Sustainability
Set amidst tall cedars, Chonor Hosue is peacefully removed from the hustle and bustle of the town, and yet within walking distance of everything the Mcleod town has to offer. Chonor House is a branch of Norbulingka Institute, designed and built by British architect David Porter in a style intended to blend in with the natural environment of the hills overlooking the Kangra valley. Each of our rooms are beautifully decorated according to unique Tibetan themes featuring regions of Tibet, flora and fauna of the land of snow, Tibet.
Chonor’s Hummingbird Restaurant serves fine international and Tibetan cuisine made with freshest ingredients available locally. Our in-house bakery makes fresh breads, cakes and cookies every day. Our restaurant offers seating both indoors as well as outdoors, you can choose to dine outside taking advantage of the gorgeous views and landscaped gardens, or enjoy the warmth of indoor dining area with the beautiful murals of landscapes of Tibet.
Because of where Chonor House is located, it offers a perfect blend to experience the calm and serenity presented by early morning chants and sounds of the Tibetan horn, a long trumpet, from the main temple, while enjoying the town market during the day. While you can enjoy a relaxing time within the premises of the hotel, we have curated a range of experiences to enrich your stay with us – book an art workshop, take a tour of the Norbulingka Institute and immerse yourself in the culture. Please explore our offerings here.
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All our rooms offer the following services