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Mon, 25 Nov – Tue, 26 Nov (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
by M_Mitras on October 16, 2019
We visited there with a group of 30 people. Everything was arranged by the owner Ms. Rupa Banerjee. We stated our requirements over phone. The stay was excellent. Their arrangement and hospitality were beyond the expectation. We went by road and their pick up cars were waiting for us on the specific location. All of the 5 AC Boleros were in good condition. 2nd day we visited to Sonei dam, Kalo dam and Rishiya dam...all the places are nice and lunch arranged by the Roopark Village was also very delicious. All the mud cottages were filled with a nice and soothing fragrance...overall the stay was very homely. One thing is to some extent was disappointing...the absence of geyser, which is very much required for elderly people. They gave bucket of hot water, which is sufficient for bathing. But in winter time hot water may be needed all through the day..which is not possible without geyser. Hope to visit the Roopark Village again in future....
by Champa G on October 11, 2019
We went to this resort on the 6th Oct and returned on the 8th. The welcome given was beyond expectation. The car at the station was waiting before we disembarked. The mud cottages with AC was clean with a pleasing fragrance. The staff, though very few, did everything to make us feel at home. I have never seen them without a smile on their faces. The cook is amazing. Frankly I did not expect this quality and quantity in a resort in such a remote tribal belt. The whole package was truly fascinating, and very good value for money. I will only request the owners to look into the plumbing. We stayed in Simul, but the commode there had a problem. We had to pour buckets of water to serve our purpose. Maybe the other cottages are fine. I loved the primary school like bell with which we would call the staff. I have no other complaint and I would encourage my friends to visit this place.
by debban28 on September 30, 2019
I was travelling from Bhubaneswar to kolkata, was tired and looking for a halt. Searching in google got Roopark village contact no. and called them. Mr. Navin was on the other side, he guided us to the property. To reach the property it is a mud road with greenery on both the side. Got a warm welcome by Roopark village team with Tika, Flowers and drum beat.. environment was just like a village. We were guided to a Mud AC cottage, interior was excellent. Walls were hand painted, the Glass and Bottle were of copper and the room was perfumed by a natural thing like Kapur...The whole night the room were Kapur scented. Food was awesome... were served in Terracotta crockeries. Navin ji guided us and showed the every corner of there property. It is a excellent property with a homely environment.
by Monojit326 on July 23, 2019
We were received at the tranquil abode of peace by the staff with madal drum beats. We were offered flowers, cold lassi. Our cottage was a nice and cosy one with AC facility, amidst a lot of greenery. A lawn in front of the cottage. The place was spic and clean. The food was very tasty and top quality. As we were looking for some rest, we admit the night's sleep was very refreshing. Silence in the area soothed our nerves. Excellent place for a couple of days. The Panchlingeshwar hill is a mere 15 min walk. The staff of the village were very helpful throughout our stay. We stayed there for only a day. But we long to go back. Monojit Chakraverty from Kolkata
by 123_Dipanwita on June 5, 2019
The resort is in a remote area, but the resort itself very nice. We stood in a tent. This are not very clean, but the cottage was good. Bathroom was clean. Food and service was very good. Panchlingeshwar temple is near by.
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