A NOBLE HOUSE IN THE HEART OF THE HIMALAYAS
comfort, conviviality and authenticity
Nimmu House is a noble house that was built a century ago for the cousin of the King of Ladakh. It is nestled at 10 000 feets of altitude surrounded by Himalayan panoramas. Converted in 2012 into a charming glamping retreat, Nimmu keeps its authenticity by respecting Ladakhi traditions and offering modern comfort. Travellers from all over the world are today staying in 5 traditional rooms on the first floor and 7 deluxe tents spread in the orchard. The property maintained its original Buddhist temples and cattle, in which yaks and dzos rest quietly.
A JEWEL OF LADAKHI ARCHITECTURE
Preservation of local heritage
Nimmu House is an uncontested emblem of the region and its renovation project aims to contribute to the preservation of local heritage. All the materials are sourced locally and the decoration was carefully designed with respect to Ladakhi traditions. Staying at Nimmu House is an experience that allows to immerse into the local culture while enjoying an unbeatable comfort in this remoted region of the Himalayas.
STAYING AT NIMMU HOUSE
Immersion into a relaxing and enchanting setting
Nimmu House is the ideal place to discover Ladakhi culture, visit the monasteries in the area, go trekking on the Himalayan paths or take some time to recharge your batteries far from the noisy cities. You will love to relax in our hammocks in the garden or read a book on the terrace in the evening admiring the bonfire. In this friendly atmosphere you will fully enjoy the benefits of the Nimmu experience.