Excellent personalized Sikkimese hospitality offering delightful home-cooked meals, the boarding forms an extension of the home of one of Sikkim's prominent and affluent politician of the sixties, Gellong Netuk Lama, a minister in the king’s council. The house was built in the late fifties and it is located in Tibet Road (the historical caravan trail connecting Gangtok with the Tibetan border).
At Netuk House, traditional Sikkimese hospitality is at its best in the services proferred by Pema Namgyal and his family. It’s comfortable rooms replete with wooden floors are tastefully done in ethnic decor.
This is one of the few places in Gangtok where authentic Sikkimese cuisine is served. Meals are a delightful surprise to the visitor, and according to seasonal availability, your menu will consist of such exotic recipes as nettle soup, mountain ferns, indigenous varieties of bamboo shoots, wild mushroom, edible orchids, fresh home made cottage cheese and other seasonal vegetables.
Tucked in its peaceful corner, Netuk House feels far away from the hustle and bustle and yet is only a short stroll from the main bazaar.