Deluxe Room Single with Breakfast
Price for 1 Night
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Thu, 26 Jan – Fri, 27 Jan (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
(based on 33 reviews)
We had a lovely triple room overlooking the lawn. The food was great and there was plenty for Western palates. After dinner we were treated to a puppet show and a demonstration of Rajastani dancing on the lawn. Very comfortable stay - if only for one night.
Pachewar Garh is approximately 90 km from the heart of Jaipur city,a serene and rustic getaway from the hustle and bustle of metropolis life. Nestled amongst greenery,this heritage site with a very warm and affable hostess is an exquisite vintage site having a wide array of room types to suit all budgets. The highlight of our stay was the ethnic dance organised at nighttime in the backdrop of gleaming lanterns reminiscent of yesteryears. The putter patter of raindrops added to the charm,inspiring zealous foreigner guests to shake a leg to ethnic beats of the dhol. I highly recommend this place to everybody,and would definitely come back again!!
I first visited here in 2013 and have not forgotten the charm of the fort n village. I came back briefly in 2014 just as I was passing through and was able to have lunch with the owner n meet kitchen staff again who so generously allowed me spend time in the kitchen and learn some Indian cooking. The chef Sanwar was amazing. Would recommend as a sanctuary for solace. The peacocks n garden r delightful I will definitely be back.
The is a Fort approximately 93Km, from Jaipur, Rajasthan situated at Pachewar Village, the rooms are well maintained and, the food is great, if someone wants to visit the place for short-term then it is great place to check- in
Go there knowing that you will get a view of the past glory but do not expect present grandeur. The place is a small, authentic fort and quiet for the most part. And it is just 100 km from Jaipur. The people serving you are humble and the royal family, if you get a chance to meet them, are really nice and warm. We lived in the royal suite for 2 nights and had a glimpse of what life must have been for the royalty of the day. There was bonfire every night and a puppet show/music show, which was really good. As we were one of the only 2 families there, the food was cooked on our request and we got to taste some good authentic Rajasthani food, though a little expensive. We saw peacocks, parrots, ducks, cranes & other birds and had a short village walk in the evening. What takes the shine off the otherwise good stay, is the speed of service which at times, is really slow. With no intercomm, you have to climb down every time you want a service. Though we were given the number of a person responsible for our stay, he was not available most of the time and we ended up making multiple runs up and down the stairs for everything.
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