Deluxe Room Single with Breakfast
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Sat, 04 Mar – Sun, 05 Mar (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
(based on 44 reviews)
This is one of the forts we stayed at in India. Beautiful place and such a warm welcome from a dear family. Really excellent food - I believe they do cookery holidays. The owners (real life prince and his mum and Grandma) welcomed us personally, not like the many faceless owners of UK hotels. They gave us permission to wander and explore their home. We got to dress up in saris and ate a delicious supper in the open air. I felt I had a real connection with all of them.
Imagine going to an Indian village that is so small and authentic that you can't buy a souvenir - Pachewar is it and Pachewar Garh Hotel fits in perfectly. Originally an old fort, it has been partially converted into a simple but clean and authentic hotel, surrounded still by many of the fort features. The courtyard garden was a green oasis in scorching heat as the air conditioning struggled to keep up with the regular power outages but we wouldn't have swapped it for anything. The staff were terrific and always looking out for our interests, even though we were the only guests at the time. The meals were simple but good - we even swapped cooking recipes and tips - western for Indian - that I couldn't imagine doing in any of the other hotels we stayed in. We really enjoyed the village walk with the staff, meeting the village children and their parents; the cooking demonstration that followed was also really good. On a later walk on our own we got involved in a game of cricket with the local boys that attracted quite a crowd. This is not a five star experience but it was one of the most fascinating stays we had in all of northern India.
We had the best time in fort pachewar garh. Liked the ambiance, the hospitality and the food and the area to explore. Felt the original Rajasthan. One of the best place to see. Specially Mr. Abhimanyu
I loved this place, a bit off the main road so be prepared to take the time to get there but once you arrive the trip is really worth it. The village itself, the fort, the food and the hosts were all incredible. If you want something fancy then you might want to look elsewhere. This place is clean, well maintained and authentic. I stayed 2 nights and wish I could have stayed longer, I would recommend at least 2-3 nights.
Stayed at the Pachewar Fort just after new years, had a great time, the fort is an authentic piece of Rajistan's history. The staff were very helpful and the food was great. The staff organised some local village tours for us. I would recommend this place to anyone travelling in the jaipur/agra area. Andrew
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