(This review is of my stay on October 2015 before the renovation of the rooms-so please forgive me if there are any inaccuracies)
A lodge with an old world charm.You won't get food every day,since this is certainly not a hotel.Toilets are very small and cramped.Beds are large in the first room from the dining hall. But rent is upwards of ₹10,000. Sometimes there might be a nice breakfast or dinner,so don't expect this everyday. However there is a Rajasthani chat stall to the right side of this Bhavan,which has some nice chaats. Not that close to major locations.Mostly unoccupied rooms means that you have your privacy.
Some important rules are, to never try to pet or feed the feral cats,be friendly with
the management,don't question the cook, NEVER bring non-veg food as the Marwaris running the place are strict vegetarians,no booze,always have a back-up plan for food and also visit the sweet shop near the entrance.More
- Free Parking