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Airy Double Fan Room with Balcony (External Bath)

Guwahati, AS, India
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A serene family home cradled by coconut palms, areca palms, fruit-bearing trees and lush greenery with sweeping rooftop views of the Guwahati hinterland stretching all the way to the enigmatic foothills of Meghalaya. A soft breeze billows the window curtains while thunderstorms brew in the far-off hills. Birds sing sweet melodies in the trees during the day while fireflies enchant it at night. The house has a rustic charm yet is equipped with all the conveniences you need to enjoy your stay.

Lo spazio
Blissful Eyrie is a cosy, comfy and safe place to unwind.

This airy fan room has a double bed, study desk, storage closet and direct access onto the shared balcony. The external bathroom is on the same floor of the property and is shared with one other room.

The room is equipped with the following:

- Ceiling fan with variable speed dial
- 9W LED bulb and fluorescent tube light
- Window and door curtains
- Study/work desk with tablecloth and high-quality plastic chair
- Multi-plug adapter with 4 power outlets
- Wall-mounted coat hook board
- Cupboards for luggage and clothing storage
- Bedside runner
- Trashcan
- Soft, comfortable mattress and pillows
- Clean bedsheet and blankets
- Mosquito box net for bed
- Good Knight plug-in vaporiser (mosquito repellent)
- Spare mosquito coils and incense sticks (provided if necessary)
- Brass padlock and key for entrance door
- Strong Wi-Fi signal inside the room

The private, non-attached bathroom is equipped with the following:

- Western-style flush toilet
- Wall-mounted shower
- Faucets with running water
- Wash basin with mirror (located directly outside bathroom)
- Plastic bucket and mug for ablutions
- Soap dish with bar of soap
- Single-use shampoo sachets
- Towel holder with gamucha (traditional Assamese bath towel)
- Trashcan
- Bath mat
- 9W LED bulb

The shared balcony is equipped with the following:

- Hanging plant pots
- Plastic stools for sitting and drinking in the views
- Antique brass pedestal ashtray for smokers
- 9W LED bulb

Guests also have shared access to the other spaces on the same floor of the property, namely the front porch, entrance hall, lounge, dining room and kitchen.

The front porch is equipped with:

- Two antique cane lounge chairs fitted with cushions
- Wooden tea table
- Doormat
- Shoe rack
- Potted plants and other decorations
- 9W LED bulb

The lounge is equipped with:

- Ceiling fan with variable speed dial
- Cane sofa set fitted with cushions
- Glass centre table
- Large 8ft x 6 ft floor carpet
- Multi-plug adapter with 5 power outlets (3 earthed, 2 unearthed)
- Pocket Wi-Fi router
- 9W LED bulb and fluorescent tube light
- Whiteboard with information for guests
- Wall-mounted maps of India

The dining room is equipped with:

- Ceiling fan with variable speed dial
- 4-seater dining table with tablecloth & 4 dining chairs
- Stainless steel water pitcher (on dining table)
- Wooden cooking utensil set (hanging on wall)
- 9W LED bulb and fluorescent tube light

The kitchen is equipped with:

- Stainless steel kitchen sink
- Ergonomic granite countertop
- Dish soap & scrubbing pads
- Drying rack for wet dishes
- Open basket and sealed container for food storage
- LPG gas cylinder (holds 14.2 kg or 24 litres of gas)
- 2-burner gas cooking stove with spark igniter
- Table covered with tablecloth (for electrical appliances)
- 2-slice electric toaster
- 1.8 L capacity electric kettle
- Stainless steel water drum with tap (candle filter system)
- Stainless steel saucepan
- Frying pan
- Stainless steel pressure cooker
- Cooking utensils (stainless steel serving spoon, ladle & spatula)
- Colander, fine-mesh strainer, grater, lemon squeezer, mortar & pestle
- Silverware, small plates, large plates, small bowls, large bowls, glasses, mugs
- Free tea bags, instant coffee sachets, sugar, milk powder, crackers and biscuits (all stored inside sealed containers)
- Spices, salt, pepper, and oil for cooking
- Two-tier storage rack for maximising kitchen workspace and reducing clutter
- Large plastic swing lid dustbin
- 9W LED bulb

We provide free tea, coffee, sugar, powdered milk, tidbits and safe filtered drinking water for all guests in the kitchen. You can also use our toaster, electric kettle and utensils whenever you please but we don't provide breakfast or other food items.

If you want to cook you can use our 2-burner gas cooking stove and LPG gas cylinder. You can also use our pots and pans, pressure cooker, cooking utensils, oil, spices, condiments etc. If you only want to cook once or twice it's free but after that we will charge 150 rupees extra per day to cover the costs of the gas, oil, spices and condiments.

If you require an iron and ironing board or a first aid kit, just let us know and we will supply it.

We do not cater to pets and our property is not suitable for young children. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Accesso per gli ospiti
Guests have shared access to the balcony, lounge, front porch, entrance hall, dining room, kitchen and rooftop terrace. The third floor (directly above the guest floor) is reserved for the family and is off-limits to guests, but you can continue climbing the stairs past the third floor to reach the rooftop terrace.

Altre cose da tenere a mente
We have two long-term tenant families staying here in other parts of the house. One of the families lives in a separate section of the guest floor and the other lives on the 1st floor (the level below the guest floor).

The property has two entrances. The lower (south) gate close to Borbari Main Road is to be used by guests, while the upper (north) gate that opens out to Hills View Village is generally reserved for the family, but may be used in emergencies or for guests that have difficulty in climbing stairs.

We have two roofed garages for car/motorcycle parking just inside the lower gate of the property and if required there is additional space for parking just outside the upper gate in Hills View Village.

Our area is subject to load shedding, which means that the electricity supply sometimes gets cut for several minutes (rarely for longer than an hour) before returning again. There can be a couple of these short-lived power cuts each day. Don't worry about this though, as your bedroom is equipped with a rechargeable, battery-powered table fan and an LED lantern, which will together provide lighting and air circulation for up to 4 hours during power outages. You can even charge your mobile device directly from the table fan if required.

Getting to the property:

We are located in Magzine, which is between Borbari and Pathar Quarry (well before Narengi).

If you're coming from Six Mile, first get onto VIP road from near the flyover, then drive for about 4 kilometres along VIP road until you reach Borbari centre.

Now go straight through Borbari centre and continue on for another little bit until you come to Pratiksha Hospital (Nursing Home).

Now, keep going straight past Pratiksha hospital until you come to the large Easy Mart, which will be on the opposite side of the road. Go about 100 metres (approx) past the Easy Mart departmental store (mini-mart) until you come to a gap in the divider.

You need to turn right at the gap in the divider here and cut straight across VIP road onto Borbari Main Road (the entrance to the road is directly across from the gap in the divider).

Now, go about 150 metres down along Borbari Main road until you come to a tall white apartment block on your left hand side. Directly across the road from this apartment block (on your right hand side) there is an unpaved laneway climbing gently uphill away from the main road. We are the house with the yellow (and black) gate at the dead end of this laneway.

Walk or drive up to the gate at the top of the lane and someone will let you in. You can also let yourself inside the gate and then climb up the concrete steps on your right hand side to reach the guest floor (2nd floor) of the property (with the metal grille entrance) where you'll be staying.

If these instructions are confusing please give me a call once you reach the Easy Mart and I will try to assist you over the phone.
A serene family home cradled by coconut palms, areca palms, fruit-bearing trees and lush greenery with sweeping rooftop views of the Guwahati hinterland stretching all the way to the enigmatic foothills of Meghalaya. A soft breeze billows the window curtains while thunderstorms brew in the far-off hills. Birds sing sweet melodies in the trees during the day while fireflies enchant it at night. The house has a rustic…

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Guwahati, AS, India


The property is located in a relatively laid-back part of the city, a safe distance away from the chaotic G.S road and core area of Guwahati, though you can easily get to these places by Uber, auto rickshaw or minivan/bus combination if you wish.

We are located:

32 km from Guwahati international airport and it takes about an hour to travel between there and our house when traffic conditions are favourable.

18 km from Kamakhya Temple, a hilltop Hindu temple devoted to the mother Goddess Kamakhya. It is one of the most famous pilgrimage destinations for devotees of Hinduism in all of India. Ambubachi Mela, the biggest religious congregation in northeast India, is held here during the month of July each year.

10 km from the city’s core area, which is situated on the banks of the mighty river Brahmaputra and is the oldest part of the city. This area includes several old market areas like Paltan Bazaar, Pan Bazaar, Fancy Bazaar and Uzan Bazaar. The railway station is located here and the ASTC (Assam State Transport Coporation) bus stand is also found here in Paltan Bazaar.

Many points of interest and important landmarks are located in or close to the core area, such as the Assam state museum, Dighalipukhuri (a rectangular man-made pond), the Guwahati Planetarium and Umananda temple, which is found on Peacock Island on the Brahmaputra river.

6.5 km from Ganeshguri

1.5 km from the centre of Borbari locality where there is a local food market with vendors selling fruits, vegetables, fish, meat and other perishable items. There are also shops here selling Indian sweets, dairy products and many other edible and non-edible goods. You can also withdraw cash at the SBI and BOI ATM here.

4 km from Six Mile, another important locality found at the point where VIP road meets G.S Road. There are several ATMs, shops, cafés and restaurants here.

4 km from Narengi, a small cluster of furniture shops, hardware shops, sweet shops, banks and other businesses. There are BOI (Bank of India) and SBI (State Bank of India) bank ATMs here. There’s also a very interesting but easily overlooked goods market here adjacent to the main road where you can find all kinds of stuff, from household goods to handmade picture frames. Narengi also has a cinema hall called Gold Cinema.


The property is adjacent to Hills View, a safe and peaceful residential area that is relatively affluent compared to surrounding areas. Our neighbours are all very congenial and amicable. Although just a stone’s throw away from the fairly busy VIP road, Hills View feels like a world apart due to its elevated position on higher ground and also because of the neighbourhood's mantle of lush greenery that blocks out all the noise, dust and pollution from the road.

There is a well-stocked, air-conditioned, departmental store (mini-mart) called Easy Mart just a 5 minute walk from the house and several top-rated ethnic restaurants are just a short ride away.

The property is located in a relatively laid-back part of the city, a safe distance away from the chaotic G.S road and core area of Guwahati, though you can easily get to these places by Ub…

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Hey there folks, My name is Jili M Ryan. I am an Indian and a native of upper Assam but my family moved to city of Guwahati in lower Assam roughly 20 years ago. Have you ever been to this part of India? You will notice that Guwahati's greenery is dominanted by the slender betel palms, which gives it the modern name 'Guwahati' i.e 'market of betel nuts'. The old name of Guwahati is Pragjyotispura, which means ‘the light of the east’. Guwahati is the gateway to northeast and has some of the best tourists attractions of Northeast India, it is also a good base, If you want to explore this relatively unexplored region, of India, a verdant region rich in culture, folklore, nature & wildlife and from which to plan your journey into the enchanting hills, plains and forests. Assam is one of the eight states that comprise the region of northeast India. The region includes the states of Assam, Manipur, Mizoram, Sikkim, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Tripura and Meghalaya. Each of these states is beautiful in it’s own unique way. Growing up in one of the most beautiful and pristine parts of India, I naturally developed a love for nature and wildlife. I am very passionate about travelling & creative writing and so to keep my passions alive I travel to places where I can immerse myself in a different culture, witness new landscapes, meet new people and undertake novel adventures. I am a City Planner & Designer turned radical Environmentalist. I do travel writing when I get time. I am an alumni of School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi, Delhi School of Economics (New Delhi) and Miranda House, University of Delhi, India. I like offbeat, untrodden, uncharted places and I am so glad that Northeast India has so many hidden gems and relatively unexplored places that I can stay busy for the rest of my life exploring, learning and unlearning. I would love to reveal to you some of these unexplored gems if you are an adventurous soul like me. Some of my favorite movies are The Lord of the rings, Matrix, Batman movies, Under the Tuscan sun, The secret garden, Snow falling on Cedars and Cold mountain and I also love watching nature, wildlife and travel documentaries. My favourite countries in Asia are Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia, India, Indonesia and the Philippines. This is my family house and you will probably meet my parents when you arrive. Although I am the main host for Blissful Eyrie, my parents will stand in for me whenever I am away travelling in other parts of the world. My parents are very down-to-earth people. They could be the nicest people you will meet on your trip. They are fluent in Assamese, Mishing, and Bengali. Their communication skills in English and Hindi are moderate. They are both retired and now stay at home full-time enjoying their lives. They have good geographical knowledge of northeast India, locations of places, bus routes, train routes, transport connectivity and the socio-political situation of the region. So if you have any questions or queries regarding northeast India, just fire away, they will be happy to help. I like people who are genuine, kind and unpretentious. I am open to a good chat and friendly banter. am quite patient with people and I am always ready to listen. I love an adventurous life and always try to overcome roadblocks with patience and positivity. I try to live my life by the compass and not by the clock. I welcome you into our home with open arms. I will do everything in my power to make your stay as comfortable as possible. I have a lot of experience living and travelling in this region and I can tell you the best things to do, the best places to eat, the best ways to get around etc. If we have time to spare we will cook you a beautiful traditional meal. I am sure that you will love your stay at my home. Looking forward to hosting you in Blissful Eyrie. I am the co-founder of adventure and budget travel blog at 'twobirdsbreakingfree' do check it out if you like off-beat adventure travels. Regards, Jili M Ryan
Hey there folks, My name is Jili M Ryan. I am an Indian and a native of upper Assam but my family moved to city of Guwahati in lower Assam roughly 20 years ago. Have you ever been…
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