The multi-award winning Gangtey Lodge is an absolute jewel, discretely tucked away amidst a cluster of farmhouses and perched above the spectacular Gangtey Valley, the winter home of endangered Black-necked cranes that migrate from Tibet. Gangtey’s remote location is set amidst one of Bhutan’s most alluring and pristine environments, allowing you access to two beautiful meandering rivers, mystical hills, surrounding forested areas and important religious sites like the Gangtey Goempa Monastery. With just 12 suites, the lodge is built entirely of stone and wood, a tribute to Bhutan’s farm houses. Suites have every comfort, furnished with soft lighting, natural linens and underfloor heating. Interiors are a marriage of local art and contemporary lines – floor to ceiling windows and impressive fireplaces put you at complete ease and dining ranges from picnics in the mountains, to private BBQs or a meal with a traditional farming family.