A place to experience
by cii27 on
Small intimate place, very spacious rooms, well arranged, including all what is needed. The absolute plus? Sharing the daily life (including meal times with very delicious home made food) of a very nice and welcoming family. You have to try that! Incredible!
Thank you Chhotaram, Shambhuram and families for sharing your life with us
I stayed here as part of a tour group with India Someday and The Wandering Quinn and I had such a good time! From the moment we arrived we were made to feel so welcome, we could ask questions about the village, the family way of life and also take part in anything we wanted to. We went on a village safari and also celebrated Holi with the family. It's such a good way to see a village that is very untouched by tourism. I loved learning about the ways the family works together and the mud huts were surprisingly comfy with plug sockets, fans and ensuite bathrooms. It is not a hotel as is very clear, it is a homestay and as such you get welcomed in to the family to experience this.
Highly recommended place
by Anke-Marey on
It is so beautiful over there! The food is incredible tasty, the family is so friendly and open hearted. It is a very good experience to stay there. The rooms are perfect and very clean. Thank you for the nice days.
Out of the city chaos
by W7440NSsamantham on
Stayed here for 2 nights and I wish it was longer!
The family are so welcoming and really look after their guests. The food is really good, and they feed you until you can't eat anymore!
Accommodation was perfect and the village safari is definitely a must!
The best break from India youll have!
by thewanderingquinn on
Ive been to Chhotarams homestay twice now and I had another amazing experience. Him and his family make you feel so welcome!
Their food is delicious, the huts are clean & comfy.
This time I took a group of 10 women there and they handled the big numbers well and there was still such a special feel.
Its the best way to understand village life in Rajasthan and the perfect break from the craziness of India.