Guesthouses and lodges have rooms with just the basics, normally with a bed, blanket and pillows. Some rooms have an electric lighting system and every teahouse/lodge has a capacious dining room and lounge. We will provide you and your group with the lodge which is locally available every day (In some places rooms cannot be booked in advance).
During the trek, you will be staying at teahouses, which are run by local families. Teahouses are small lodges that offer food and accommodation for trekkers. Usually, they are an extension of family homes with rooms separated by thin plywood boards. A typical room has two beds on either side, with a small table in the middle. Beds are equipped with a mattress, pillow, and blanket; however, you may use your sleeping bag in addition to the blanket when it gets cold.
The dining room in a teahouse is usually a hub of activity and is a great place to socialize and meet other travelers. With a stove or heater in the middle of the room, it is usually the only room where you will find warmth.