Check-in time: 10:00 AM- 11:00 PM
Check out time: 10:00 AM
Situated close to the heart of the city Bikaner, this homestay offers the feeling of a stay in a rustic and traditional abode. This homestay is a 40-year-old structure renovated recently for travelers with the architecture, which is traditional Indian Architecture with beams and pillars
and reflects the local art, the colonial influence, the regal
background of the family and the rich culture of the country.
In the front, it houses a cafe and in the rear, it has a private courtyard with beautiful verandahs, a large open terrace, and six guest rooms with a perfect blend of the vintage and contemporary interiors. Each of the fully furnished rooms has a large airy en-suite washroom with hot water, TV, AC, and vintage wooden furniture.
This homestay is perfectly located near the major attractions of the city. Here’s what guests can do in Bikaner to make their getaway all the more fun, refreshing, and royal.
Junagarh fort: Guests can explore the Junagarh fort-one of the forts not built on a hill instead where its marvelous architecture, intricate carvings leave viewers mesmerized. It is at a walking distance of just 1.5 km.
Sursagar lake: Sursagar Lake was dug out during the reign of Maharaja Sur Singh to curb water shortage in the region. With well-maintained surroundings and proper seating arrangements around the mesmerizing lake, it is a famous attraction and a preferred picnic spot in the city.
Lallgarh Palace: Lallgarh palace was built between 1902 and 1926 for Maharaja of Bikaner. Being greatly influenced by the Britishers at that time, the architecture reflects Rajput, Mughal, and European styles. Guests can explore the place.
Kote Gate: Kote gate is the best place for shopaholics. Here guests can shop for buffed camel hide articles, miniature paintings, Khadi
industry articles, as well as wood carvings.
Royal Cenotaphs: The Royal Cenotaphs is the cremation ground of the royal families of
Bikaner and an architectural treat for tourists. The splendid
structure with intricately carved marble pillars display legends of Lord
Krishna and other beautiful traditional designs.
Amongst all the things to do in Bikaner, another experience that is an
absolute must-have is the camel safari in the Thar Desert that enables
guests to discover some of the beautiful and relatively unexplored
regions of Bikaner.
Later, enjoy the delicious traditional food from an in-house cafe with the hosts and hear more stories about this heritage stay.
How to reach:
The homestay is around 4.5 km from the central bus stand and around and 2 km from the Bikaner Junction Railway Station. Guests can reach the stay using any public/private transfers.