This Cozy retreat is located at Artiar, East Sikkim. It is a new retreat with splendid rooms and services to the travelers – both leisure and business, visiting Sikkim. Guests can savour the taste of lifestyle and luxury. This exquisite retreat is set on the historical and striking landscape of Sikkim . The famous Kanchenzonga Mountain peak can be witnessed from the hotel’s private view point with the thrilling colour changing beauty in the morning.
Being only 65 kilometers away from Gangtok three and half hours drive from NJP Railway Station and Bagdogra Airport, the hotel can be called as one of the ideal spots at Aritar because of its location and closeness to nature.
It’s a home away from home, an escape to recharge yourselves, nestled cosily in the lap of nature.
The exceptional services combined with traditional features make this hotel an ideal destination for nature lovers. The hotel has all the amenities and facilities ranging from parking, library, fire place and one can enjoy their stay experiencing a famous lake called Lampokhari. The rooms are well furnished with a seating area and a private balcony to relinquish oneself on the lap of the nature.
About the Location
Aritar is located in East Sikkim (India) under Rongli Sub-Division and is known for its natural and landscaped beauty. It is 3 hrs. (60km) form Gangtok and 2 hours drive from Rongpo. Aritar Lake (a.k.a. Lampokhari) is a newly developed tourist destination, where, for the first time in Sikkim, the boating facilities have been introduced. The Aritar Lake (Ghati-Tso) is a nearby attraction, as are traditional villages and monasteries.Being only 65 kms from Gangtok and three and half hours drive from NJP Station/ Bagdogra Airport, it is an ideal mid way stop while touring Sikkim.
How to Reach
It is only 65 kms from Gangtok and three and half hours drive from NJP Station/ Bagdogra Airport
Places of Interest
- Lampokhari Lake: It is one of the oldest natural lakes in Sikkim and recently it was artificially constructed to facilitate boating for the tourists. It is the only lake with boating facility in Sikkim. It is 350 mtr. long and 75 mtr. wide and looks like a human foot.
- Dak Bunglow : Popularly known as Ari-Bangla it is an old British built bunglow built by Sir James Claude White (first political officer of Sikkim during British rule in India) in the year 1895. At the same premises Sikkim’s first treasury was built as well as Sikkim Police was raised and the first outpost started functioning in the year 1897.
- Aritar Gumpa : A monastery of the Kagyuapa order, considered as one of the holiest and oldest in Sikkim. The visitor’s can imbibe the tranquil air with splendor of monastic arts reflected in its traditional architecture, carved & painted murals and treasure of manuscripts and icons. The traditional architecture carved and painted murals, rare manuscript and artifacts kept in the monastery are worth seeing.
- Mankhim Dara : This is a hill-top near Aritar lake from where we get to see a nice view of the lake. “Mankhim”, a Temple of the Rai of Nepali origin is located at a height of 6500 ft at “Maity Village” (Kheselakha) . Here the Rai community assembles twice every year for the celebration of Sakew, a day fixed for worship (usually falling in the months of April or May). In the Nepali language this worship is called Ubhowli. Mankhim offers a panoramic view of Mt. Kanchenjungha and the emerald green Lampokhri Lake at the same time.