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On arriving we were given a welcome drink in the open air reception and given the keys to our room which was nicely furnished our cases arrived promptley we stayed here for one night. The restaurant was small and the food ok, there are no...More
We reached the Village Retreat sitting in a cart, what I would call a tumbrel, drawn by a horse. Then after a welcoming drink we visited the village this was by camel cart, but I was too near to my camels bum for comfort. We...More
We were the only visitors staying on the night we were there, but we were treated like royalty. We had the choice of a camel and cart or the farm truck. We opted for the farm truck, which they draped the seats with cloth for...More
Amazing service and very relaxing. Great insight into village life. Amazing staff but facilities basic and no wifi or TV. Hotel laid on entertainment and arranged a camel ride and cookery demonstration and massage. Food all organic and home grown and beautifully prepared. A great...More
Stayed here as part of tour. It was a great experience of rural India. The owner keeps his finger on the pulse. We had a camel ride to the village and a stop at a house to see cookery. Afternoon tea on the lawn. Indian...More
My wife is the same, I can honestly say we did not see any snakes or anything like that, it was just insects that we saw in the room, and I think that was mainly because we had no air con to keep the room chilled. We were... More
My wife is the same, I can honestly say we did not see any snakes or anything like that, it was just insects that we saw in the room, and I think that was mainly because we had no air con to keep the room chilled. We were in the grounds during the day and at night watching the show and never saw anything. Good luck and I am sure you will enjoy India.