It is owned by an ex-army man, Mr. Akbar, a very nice and humble human and I've been staying in this hotel for the last 3 years. The views are spectacular from the hotel, the food is good, rooms are small but clean and very peaceful.
Akhbar runs a great guest house. I was the only guest there during my stay. You do feel like you are staying with your grandpa. He is caring, makes you a delicious breakfast and chai. But like your grandpa, he also gets angry when you don't tell him you will be home for dinner. DO NOT MAKE THIS MISTAKE - it can get awkward. The menu does tell you to place your dinner orders before 2 PM. Follow this protocol. Reading the guestbook is a real delight, Akhbar has been hosting backpackers for a long time. The Inn is outside of Passu village. However it does make you walk into Passu which is a great way to start the day.
I stayed in Passu Inn for couple of days while on my back packing trip. I really enjoyed there and it was like staying with friends rather than staying in a hotel. They prepared food for me and guided me to reach the Passu suspension bridge.