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The Fort, Village & Post - Kharwa,, Ajmer , 305001 | Show on Map
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Experience living in an old Fort
by aarthikkanal on
Kharwa fort homestay is a 500 years old ancient fort converted into a comfortable homestay. The family owning the fort is the 17th generation residing there. Very courteous host. Mrs. Jyoti and her daughter Niharika are very polite and caring. We had lovely conversation at the breakfast table. We checked in at about 10 in the night yet Mrs. Jyoti personally showed us to our room. Rooms are beautifully made and well maintained. The access appears to be very isolated but its very safe nonetheless. Rooms are abundantly spacious. Breakfast and meals are all home made so it has that extra secret ingredient of love that you cannot find in hotels or restaurants. Parking is within the premises and safe / secured. Definitely worth staying here. I will for sure stay at Kharwa fort sometime in near future.
by 69Delia on
It was truly lovely to be welcomed by Jyoti and her husband Shyam, being shown the lovely room which was very comfortable, plenty of blankets for the chilly night. Spending time on the balcony chatting, being told about the history of the Fort over a cup of tea and biscuits is just great. Jyoti is a wonderful cook, using all fresh vegetables from their farm. Shame we couldnt of been here longer to explore the area and spend more time with these lovely people. We will be back.
Historical and friendly, beautiful room and great food!
by belinda-ann on
This was such an interesting place to stay, with a family who have been resident in the Fort for generations. They were so generous with their time and we learned so much about India and their lives. The room was absolutely beautiful too, right next to the small temple where we could hear singing for the ceremonies there. The included breakfast was exceptional, and the set meal dinner was excellent as well. Wish we could have stayed more than a single night. Kharwa is a really small village, and while it was interesting to walk around there would not be a lot to do for a prolonged stay. However, the hostess Jyoti is able to organise a variety of outings in the area. The village is quite close to the main road and there is a little traffic noise. Note that while the facilities are fine and appropriate for a historical building, it would not suit those looking for 5-star facilities.
History and generosity!
by lindajenny70 on
Full of history, interesting details and also with very kind and generous hosts. A beautiful decorated room with comfortable bed and a lot of ambience. We would love to come back and highly recommend this place if you want to stay in a historic home with charm, mystery and experience some of the genuine India. Extra plus for delicious home made food for both breakfast and dinner.
by ballfield54 on
We really enjoyed staying at Kharwa fort. The room is really lovely, spacious and comfortable. Jyoti's cooking is delicious, and we enjoyed our chats with her and Shyam, who are both great hosts. Being picked up from Beowar in the open jeep was a treat. It is a great opportunity to stay with a family in their historic fort, and the local villagers were friendly and happy to have us wandering around. Would really recommend a sty here to experience a side of India that you don't see in the bigger centres.
There is just one room, it is lovely
by belinda-ann on December 6, 2018
Ground floor rooms are tranquil. Upper rooms are stunning but you will need to be able to climb the many steps.
by fishbag on April 1, 2014
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