If accommodation is the thing you’re most worried about then calm down! Because there are many local tea houses and lodges located along the trekking trails of Annapurna Base Camp which provide a comfy room with proper beddings to foreign trekkers in a manageable price.
Being the most popular trekking region in Nepal, Annapurna region has been able to gear itself with adequate numbers of tea houses which serve as a resting and dining place for travelers from all over the globe who want to visit the fascinating ABC. But like any other popular trek routes, most of the available rooms are simple and basic, yet they are easily the best places to get a proper good night rest while you venture your way to the northern Himalayas. Rooms are commonly priced above 2 to 3 US dollars but can slightly increase in some places respectively due to rise in elevation. Nevertheless, you won’t have to concern yourself in terms of accommodation facility during your ABC trek.
Many of these so-called tea houses/lodges are family-owned most of the time and are usually in a good condition. So that you don’t have to worry about things like leaking roofs or broken beds. Rooms are mostly facilitated with one or two beds with very less extra furniture. Do keep in mind, any form of AC or heater facilities are not offered. And like any old housing, toilets are usually located outside the main lodging house and are mostly squat based where flushing is primarily done by using a bucket full of water. Hence, you might need to get accustomed to using them during your initial days of trekking as it can be a bit uncomfortable for first time trekkers. Furthermore, hot showers are also available but can cost trekkers some extra bucks out of their pockets.
Cold showers are free on all of the tea houses en-route. But there are no showers at ABC.