We offer an experience of Tibetan culture and hospitality, Tibetans are famous for their friendly warmth and hospitable nature and we invite you to experience it for yourself and book your next stay with us.
Chonor House, a branch of Norbulingka, was designed and built by British architect David Porter in a style intended to blend with the natural environment of the hills overlooking the Kangra valley. Chonor House, Norbulingka’s uptown guesthouse, is conveniently located near the Thekchen Chöling Temple adjacent to HH the Dalai Lama’s residence. Each of its well-appointed rooms is beautifully decorated according to a unique Tibetan theme. Set amidst tall cedars, Chonor House is peacefully removed from the hustle and bustle of the town.
Norling House is surrounded by the lush gardens and flowing streams of the Norbulingka grounds. Rooms are themed according to a different animal from Tibetan mythology and is a showcase of the work of Norbulingka artists, as all the furniture and original paintings were crafted and painted in Norbulingka workshops. Our guesthouse is the perfect place to spend a relaxing holiday, in a setting so peaceful you will feel you have stepped into paradise. We strive to offer our guests all the modern comforts in a setting of traditional Tibetan charm.
Perfectly located off the main square in McLeod Ganj, Serkong House is close to everything the town has to offer. With a fresh and bright feel, but the warmth of Tibetan hospitality, Serkong House is a perfect place to spend your holiday. Rooms are accented with beautiful pieces handmade at Norbulingka Institute including our carved wooden lamps, organic cotton bedcovers, and cushion covers.