There are six rooms and two apartments with names of eight Nepali Goddesses who are together called Astamatrikas. If you’re wondering just why those names were chosen, Mr. Dibya Shakya, the owner and manager of the guest house says,” I was searching for unique names and I found it right outside my door. It was the time of Dashain festival when we first opened, October 1st, 2015. 

Every year in our community, a dance called Astamatrika dance (Gan Pyakha in newari) is performed. So considering that we had eight rooms, watching the dance of the eight goddesses (Asta means eight) was the perfect co-incidence.”

Shared kitchenette which provide you all the basic necessities for cooking meals are also available for the six rooms. The two apartments have private kitchenettes. The kitchenettes include a mini fridge, an oven, pots, pans, plates and a cooking stove.


The guest house offers bed and breakfast. You can have your breakfast in the Coffee Shop that’s in the ground floor or you can order room service if you just want to stay inside your cocoon. While in the café, you’ll be able to sit in a warm ambience, amidst unique antiques, cool paintings, a bookshelf and the ever present smell of good coffee.


Offering the warmest of welcomes and highest of services, Hiranya Guest House is the place to be if you are in Nepal for business or relaxation. Renovated into an elegant guest house from a traditional Newari house built 70 years ago, it offers you high standards of amenities and comfort. Hiranya Guest House is a family-run business which lies amongst ancient culture, artistic craft and humble people with a good sense of hospitality.

Located in Nakhabahil, the heart of Patan, just 2.6 km away from Kathmandu and 4 km away from the Tribhuwan Airport, Hiranya Guest House is set amidst the…