WELCOME TO IFSEEN
It may be easy to find lodging in quaint little Pelling, but the same cannot be said about finding peace in this fast-growing tourist hub. A vacation though is often the only chance for many to escape from the maddening crowd, and tranquility is what we offer apart from everything else that Pelling has in store for you.
A place apart, Ifseen Villa is very close to Pelling proper and yet, far enough to be away from the throng.
Ifseen Villa is a small family run family hotel with a homestay-like feel. We are located about 1.5 KMs below Pelling centre on the Chumbung road.
You can have a tryst with the mountains on clear days, but even otherwise, you are never far from nature. Surrounded by trees, you often start the day with the chirp of birds as your wake-up soundtrack.
If it's peace, quiet and an up and close encounter with nature you are looking for, we are the place for you. Our satisfaction is in making you feel comfortable and at home.
When with us, you can look forward to simple, homely breakfast and dinners garnished with a lot of love and attention.
Six simple double bedded rooms, attached bathrooms with water heaters.
Ground Floor - Two Rooms | First Floor - Four Rooms
Rs. 2400 CP with breakfast for two. Applicable from 1st of April 2017
Extra mattress Rs. 550.
(only one mattress/room).
5 - 5
West Sikkim, in recent years, has become a major draw for tourists with its history, heritage and natural beauty. From a serene and sacred lake to ruins from a bygone era to an up-close encounter with the Himalayas, it offers something for the most discerning of visitors.
Among the various places of interest in West Sikkim are, the ruins in Rabdentse, the former capital of the Namgyal dynasty between 1670 and 1814, the Sangha Cheoling monastery, the second oldest monastery in Sikkim and the Khecheopalri lake, a sacred, serene and clean lake that is said to fulfill one's wishes. A newer attraction, and one that holds a lot of promise for adventure sports like bungee jumping, is the Singshore bridge, a high suspension bridge over the Singshore stream with a span of about 200 metres.
Given the varied attractions spread across various towns and hamlets, a common question is, “where and how to start a sojourn in West Sikkim?” The answer lies in Pelling, a small town, named after the Pemaling monastery that stood there in earlier times. By virtue of its location and available amenities, Pelling proves a perfect base to explore the region and its delights.
With most of the places of tourist interest in West Sikkim being in close proximity to Pelling, it makes for some delightful day trips on a vehicle or on foot. The Sanga Cheoling monastery is just an hour away on foot. The avid hiker can even complete the Pemayangtse – Rabdentse – Sangha Cheoling circuit in one day.
The town is well connected to other parts of Sikkim and West Bengal by road. Shared cabs and buses are available between Pelling and nearby towns, though, reserving a taxi gives one more leeway and flexibility in exploring and enjoying the sights on the way.
Pelling at a glance:
Altitude – 6,200ft approx
Nearest Railway Station – New Jalpaiguri, Siliguri
Nearest Airport – Bagdogra, Siliguri
Entry Point for Foreigners – Melli
ATMs – S.B.I.
+919932514333 | +919932115341
Naku, Chumbung, Pelling,
West Sikkim, 737113, India