Ideal for individuals or groups on a budget, our standard shared accommodations options consist of four individual cabins sequestered along the valley at the edge of the surrounding forests. Dragon, Garuda, Potala, and Snowlion Cabins each accommodate 8-12 people, with Eva’s Cabin accommodating up to 5.
All offer shared bathrooms, kitchen, and dining/living room spaces, making them ideal for those seeking a group living experience. For those preferring more privacy, Gangtok and Panther Cottages have a total of six private rooms, each with one queen bed. All standard accommodations include cotton linens and towels and signature Menla hand and face soap.
Individuals can book standard shared accommodations as part of any Menla-sponsored group retreats or if they are attending a group retreat of another sponsoring organization. Individuals and couples booking a Personal Getaway must book one of our deluxe options, however if you want to book an entire cabin to Create-Your-Own Getaway with a small group of friends or family, please email us for availability.
Discover beautifully appointed deluxe private rooms and suites featuring unique Tibet-inspired artworks and features, or opt for our more modest shared cabins & cottages for couples, families, or small groups. ShareShareTweetPin...
From the biggest conference hall in the Castkills to an intimate septagonal meditation space suspended above the valley, Menla offers fully equipped facilities to accommodate a wide range of programs and groups of every size ...
“A wonderful retreat center. Beautiful setting and accommodations. By the end of the weekend I felt like I was in an different space, not in any specific geographical area but a separate magical world.”
“Such a beautiful serene place. The cabins were very clean and well equipped.”
“The food was divine! I’m not a vegetarian and will say the meat was not missed while here. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay…. The staff was warm and courteous. Space very conducive for retreat. Great common spaces for community and plenty of space for solitude. Will return again.”