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Your own personal stairway to the third floor unit.Private balcony and room entrance.
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Third Floor Flat with Ganga Views

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Third Floor Flat with Ganga Views

2 Gäste
1 Schlafzimmer
1 Bett
1 Badezimmer
2 Gäste
1 Schlafzimmer
1 Bett
1 Badezimmer

Amenities: Kitchen with refrigerator and stove, fan/ swamp cooler, western toilet and hot water.
You won’t be sharing any walls in this unit! A very cool & narrow ladder takes you to the third floor of the home where you have gorgeous views of the Ganga and surrounding Nagwa neighborhood.




4 Bewertungen

Genauigkeit der Angaben
Nutzerprofil von Dorothy
Oktober 2016
Staying at Virendra's house was a very pleasant experience. I liked everything about it and have no complaints. It was safe and secure and even serene with it's view of the Ganges. The proximity to Assi ghat was perfect we couldn't have chosen a better location for our first trip…
Nutzerprofil von Tomomi
August 2014
約一週間の滞在予定だったが数日で切り上げた。 部屋には鍵がなかった。その旨を伝えるとこれを使うようにと壊れた錠を渡された。仕方ないので自前のスーツケース用の小さな南京錠を使ったが、この一件は私に彼らのセキュリティ意識の低さにたいする危機感を植え付けた。鍵について事前にやりとりしていたが、満足な返事のないままチェックインを迎えていた。事前に錠・鍵のない事を伝えてもらえていたら良かったのだが。文化の違いもあるだろうが、安全に関わるので私は少々神経質になった。 airbnbのサイト内で一切彼の物件がゲストハウスである事は書かれておらず、これも私を…
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Antwort von Virendra:
Hi all,Tomomi was our guest but unfortunately the experience with her was not the way we expected as a host.we try our best to make our guests stay memorable and comfortable,and really want them to feel like home away from home,but unfortunately we did not have such experience with Tomomi.Every foreigner/ tourist who have traveled out of their country must be knowing this FRO rule to provide their passport photo copy to the guest house/private guest house/Hotels etc once they arrive .I explained the need of this local FRO rule to miss Tomomi but she did not provide us the photo copy even after several reminders .Unfortunately it was very difficult to communicate with Ms.Tomomi .I tried to talk to her but every time I tried to talk to her (knocked at her door )either she was still asleep until very late (1:00 /2:00p.m.) or sent her boy friend out to talk .She sneaked out without leting us know .Once she came down stairs to talk but she was not willing to listen patiently or with trust .Her answers were a kind of rude .She seemed to be a nice person but I think she was also very suspicious and confused about the registretion etc. She left the guest house suddenly without any information or warning when I was not at home.She did not leave any written reason as well .The only thing she told my wife was that her boy friend will come .we kept waiting for him but he didn't come for several days .When we decided to clean the room after two days of wait, we found there was a small bottle of red leble whiskhy dirty socks and a cople of (Website hidden by Airbnb) Tomomi had asked me several questions before she came to us , and the key question was also one of them which I had answered .She had asked if she has to leave the key with us when she goes out .My answer was that You keep your key/s with you When she came I asked her to lock her room but she did not have her own lock but probably there was something wrong with the lock we provided to her. .(on our part we also specifically I did not tell her to bring her own lock, .(Our mistake) I asked her to buy her on lock from the city but she said she has a small lock that she has put on .I said ,that is also fine . But we should also make it clear in advance that the guest should have his/her own lock for or we we will buy them a new lock and they can keep the key .We want to have a policy of having the guest ( his/her) own lock and key .I don't know whether this is a good policy or not ?just for being extra safe. I hope we don't have to deal with such problems again .We want to be nice and welcoming to our guests to keep up with airbnb good will and ours as well .want to make memorable stays with homely feeling . warmly . Virendra/host
August 2014
Nutzerprofil von Lisette
Juni 2014
Virendra told us in advance that Varanasi would be hot in June. I replied "We must be crazy!". Yes, we are crazy. But Virendra's house is a sanctuary in a busy city. He made us feel like family from the moment we stepped through his front door. He gave us thorough instructions to…
Nutzerprofil von Mateja
Februar 2014
Very nice and clean place and a very nice stay. The host is very friendly and we will definitely come back here next time in Varanasi. We really can recommend this place. Blessings Mateja and Przemek

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Welcome to the Kashi, the City of Life . It is also known as Banaras or Varanasi. Varanasi is one of the world’s oldest cities and one of the holiest in India. Whether you stay for a few days or a few months, to really understand your surroundings, staying with a local family …
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