Banaras Paying Guest House

Banaras Paying Guest House is a walking distance (100 meter) from Assi ghat,
Situated at the confluence of Ganga and Asi rivers, Assi Ghat is the southernmost Ghat in Varanasi, where pilgrims bathe before paying their homage to Lord Shiva in the form of huge lingam situated under a peepal tree.

Banaras paying guest house guesthouse offers budget-minded travelers a range of clean, comfortable rooms, all with Share bathrooms equipped with hot/cold showers. And also very nice family environment.

The Guest house is very clean and have quite atmosphere. Inside the Guest House many facilities available: money exchange, internet, boating trip. connection to Yoga Hindi and Music teachers and tourist agency facilities. Inside the Guest House you will find homely atmosphere.

Assi Ghat also constitutes the southern end of conventional city. Another lingam worshipped here is the Asisangameshwar lingam representing the lord of confluence of the Asi, enshrined in a small marble temple near the Assi Ghat. It was at the Assi Ghat where the famous Indian poet saint, Tulsi Das had written the much-celebrated Ramcharitmanas.
The ghat is now the venue of a unique cultural and spiritual event — Subah-e-Banaras — that draws large numbers of visitors every morning.

Property Policy and Conditions:
1. Check in Time: after 11:00 am
2. Check out Time: before 10:30 am
3. Cash payment only upon check in at the property.
4. At least 2 days advance notice for free cancellation.
5. Pets are not allowed.