REVIEWS


"Rock Bottom but has good lake view"
       - Nepal Handbook (1st Ed.) '91

•One of the best is BGL right on the outskirts, tucked right in at the base of the hill with good views over the lake. 
       - Lonely Planet (3rd Ed.) Nov '96

•"Wonderful views over almost all of the lake."
        - Nepal Handbook Oct '97

•"Lovely lake over look, garden outside seating, standard rooms, restaurant nearby, claims to be the last pck up point for tourist bus."
        - The Rough Guide to Nepal (3rd Ed.) Aug '96

•"Lovely garden & outside seating , though the place is loosing its view to new construction , very popular, hence often full."
         - The Rough Guide to Nepal (4th Ed.) July '99

•"It is a popular budget guest house. It's slightly elevated position provides good views."
        - Lonely Planet (6th Ed.) Aug 2003

•"The best and the brightest of the budget guest houses, Banana Garden benefits from genal owners and a loving maintained garden. There are two shared solar-heated showers and the owners provide home-style Nepali meals."
        - Lonely Planet (7th Ed.) 2006

•"Bungalow rooms ranging from monastic to the spartan, set among pleasant garden. Friendly and inexpensive, hence often full."
       - The Rough Guide to Nepal (6th Ed.) 2009

•"Banana Garden Lodge in Lakeside is one of the best and brightest of the budget guesthouses in Pokhara. The rooms are simple – just two beds, a chair and a fan, but they’re of excellent value. There is a delightful stepped garden with recliners and small gazebos where you can sit and read or doze in the sun."
         -EXOTIC BUDDHA(Source:http://hotels.exoticbuddha.com/banana-garden-lodge/)

•"A bright budget guesthouse right on the very edge of town.  The views from the balcony are amazing.  The friendly owners keep a lovely garden and provide good Nepali meals."
         - WWW.ITRAVELABOUT.COM (Source:http://www.itravelabout.com/pokhara-nepal)