You can either stay in the main house or in the garden rooms which are all en-suite. All the rooms have excellent internet and satellite TV.
Always described as a 'rice free zone' from when Gandamack Lodge first opened in late 2001. Flashman's Restaurant has a varied menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner with superb soups, pepper steaks and lamb chops.
The surroundings are colonial and the lodge offers a great intimate candle lit atmosphere. Garden BBQs and dinners with fully laid tables with candles, lanterns, sabres, flags and lamb on a spit give you the chance to experience a bit of Harry Flashman's 19th Century Kabul.
The Hare and Hound Watering Hole in the basement is a great hang out especially in winter with the spacious garden taking over from spring onwards.