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13 Bed and Breakfasts in Leh, India
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Khan Manzil Guest House
9.4Superb
(158)
Bed and Breakfast- 1.67km from city centre
One of the oldest guest houses in Leh and 05 minutes walk from the main market.The guest house is run by
Privates From
€3.35
No Dorms Available
Glacier View Guest House
4.6
(2)
Bed and Breakfast- 1.5km from city centre
Glacier View Guest House is providing great service to the guests.
Privates From
€9.76
No Dorms Available
Leh Stumpa
Bed and Breakfast- 1.66km from city centre
Leh Stumpa is providing great service.
Privates From
€12.27
No Dorms Available
Raybo Hostel
10Superb
(10)
Hostel- 2.18km from city centre
Raybo Hostel have good location in Leh.
Privates From
€11.15
Dorms From
€5.58
Rainbow Hostelier
10Superb
(9)
Hostel- 1.88km from city centre
Set in Leh, Namgyal Tsemo Gompa is a 15-minute walk from Rainbow Hostelier.
Privates From
€9.48
Dorms From
€6.12
Tsetan Guest House
9.9Superb
(133)
Hostel- 2.53km from city centre
Tsetan Guest House has the ambience of retreat tucked away from the hustle & bustle of the crowded city centre and like
Privates From
€2.79
Dorms From
€4.29
Zostel Leh
9.7Superb
(104)
Hostel- 1.93km from city centre
10 min walk from Leh Palace and the main market, Chill with us at Zostel Leh. Explore the panoramic view of Himalayas & Leh city with other backpackers from the rooftop cafe of our cosy, social hostel.
Privates From
€6.69
Dorms From
€5.58
Woosah Hostel
9.3Superb
(58)
Hostel- 0.43km from city centre
Woosah Hostel is featured with comfy beds.
Privates From
€13.93
Dorms From
€5.02
Gutur House by Robinhood Co-Living
8.6Fabulous
(9)
Hostel- 2.55km from city centre
Located in Leh, Gutur House by Robinhood Co-Living welcomes your stay with us.
Privates From
€11.71
Dorms From
€7.81
Hitchhikers Hostel
0.0
(3)
Hostel- 1.02km from city centre
Hitchhikers Hostel is featured with comfy beds.
No Privates Available
Dorms From
€6.69
Milam Hostel
Hostel- 1.55km from city centre
Situated in Leh, Jammu & Kashmir region, Milam Hostel is located 6 km from War Museum. The rooms have a terrace with mountain views and free WiFi.
No Privates Available
Dorms From
€7.81
Zaltak Guest House and Hostel
Hostel- 1.81km from city centre
Zaltak Guest House and Hostel offer cozy bed.
Privates From
€7.25
Dorms From
€5.58
Hotel Malik Residency
Hotel- 1.51km from city centre
Hotel Malik Residency in Leh welcomes your stay.
Privates From
€13.94
No Dorms Available

About Leh

Surrounded by snow-capped peaks, Leh's dramatic Himalayan landscape puts it on many travellers' bucket lists. It's known for treks through the surrounding mountains and for centuries-old Buddhist monasteries. Although it's part of northern India, the culture here has more in common with nearby Tibet and you'll see prayer flags fluttering from weather-beaten stupas and shrines everywhere you go. At night, high altitude and low light pollution means that the sky glows with thousands of stars.

You can stay in a Leh hostel filled with colourful murals, places decorated with traditional fabrics or a 150-year-old typical Ladakh house. Leh hostels tend to make the most of the mountain views with large windows – some also have a rooftop terrace or café. You can find free Wi-Fi and room options such as female-only dorms, and many hostels in Leh can help you arrange trekking or bike hire.

Leh is small and easy to walk around, with many fascinating areas to explore. Travellers are advised to get acclimatised first, before attempting anything too energetic. In the narrow streets of Moti Market (Leh's old bazaar), you'll find shops selling antiques, jewellery and Tibetan curios, plus local handicrafts such as pashmina shawls. To the south, the town Choglamsar has a centre for Buddhist culture and learning. A few hours' drive away, there are spectacular trekking and hiking trails around the saltwater shores of Pangong Lake. 

Top sights in Leh include 16th-century Leh Palace, perched above the town – easily reached with a short hike. You can see a gigantic Buddha statue at 15th-century Namgyal Tsemo Monastery or turn an 800-year-old prayer wheel on the way up to Spituk Monastery, home to monks and a monumental sculpture of Khali, a Hindu goddess. Hemis Monastery is the largest in the region and hosts a colourful two-day festival in June or July each year. 

Leh used to be only accessible via roads which close during winter due to snowfall. The Manali-Leh Highway is usually open from June-October and the Srinagar-Leh route from May-December. Buses and hired cars travel both routes (around two days' drive) and due to the altitude, travellers are recommended to drive in, then fly out. You can also take a domestic flight from Delhi to Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport (Leh's airport), open year-round. The easiest way to get around the region is by hiring a private jeep as taxis can be difficult to hail; local bus routes are also limited.

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