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Northern Part of Saltora Block, Bus Stand, Bankura , 722101 | Show on Map
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Biharinath Tourist Point is located just 1 km from the bus stand. It offers 24-hour front desk facility and room service.
This Bankura hotel accommodates 25 well-furnished rooms equipped with wake up-calls, welcome amenities, bottled/drinking water, wardrobe and an attached bathroom with hot and cold running water.
Guests can enjoy the scenic Mountain View from the balcony. Guests can enjoy delicious local specialties at the restaurant. Children can play in the garden. Additional facilities like laundry, security, medical and power backup are also available at this property. Biharinath Tourist Point is located at a distance of 16 km from the railway station.
Biharinath Temple (7 km), Susunia Hill (26 km), Rasmancha (82 km), Mukutmanipur Dam (95km) and Kalach and Temple (85 km) are the famous tourist attractions in Bankura.
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by Yaman_Chakraborty on March 5, 2018
If someone plans to visit Biharinath then this is the one of the two place where one can take a halt, another one is a resort of Forest Department. Location of the Biharinath Tourist Point (BTP) is awesome, just on the foothill of the Biharinath Hills. The rating I would give BTP is average, not so good and not so bad. The rooms are clean but the Bed Sheets are not tidy, one will be lucky enough to find the Televisions working. The washrooms are also not very clean. One may find rats, lizards and frogs inside their rooms and washrooms. THE WORDS OF THE BOOKING AGENT IS NOT WORTHY, what he commits only 50% will be delivered. Booking agent will / may confirm that as per traveler's wish he can book rooms in the preferred floors, BUT THAT WILL NOT HAPPEN, AS THE ALLOCATION OF THE ROOMS ARE DONE BY THE MANAGER OF THE "BTP". Manager - Mr Sudip Dasgupta is very cooperative and approachable. Food served is good and tasty, one can enjoy curry of "Fighter Cock". Cook - Mr Mishra is also a good person, if any one wants to have food customized he makes all the arrangements and prepare it. Overall the authority of the "BTP" should take the initiative to keep their surrounding neat and clean along with the rooms and washrooms. "BTP" have approx twenty two rooms and one Dormitory within their premises. If anyone requires the contact number of the Manager for bookings can share a request in my Inbox, I will reply back.
by Santanu K on February 11, 2018
This review is against the WBSFDA Biharinath Eco-Tourism (resort). Pros: The resort location is not that bad. On the foothill of Biharinath Hill and beside the Biharinath Tourist Point (temple basically). The resort has a large premise, filled with many trees, parking space. Rooms are very basic, and Okay for a night stay. Cons: Well, there are many. 1. Rooms not cleaned often. Bedsheets etc. never cleaned either. The resort is a no-TV zone (simply, there are no TVs). 2. Since on the foothill of Biharinath Hill, you can feel the descent clearly to room floors 3. There is no dedicated cook to the resort. There is a hotel beside the Biharinath Temple, which serves what-daal, some local sweets, some vujias etc. You need to go there and ask/order the proprietor-cum-cook to the hotel if they can prepare you some food. Obviously, menu-wise they do not go over their available rules. They do not cook any non-veg items to their hotel. For that, they use the resort's kitchen. This proprietor-cum-cook works a few hours at morning before opening his hotel (for any available guests), later at night After closing his hotel he returns to the resort to cook for guests again. Until he arrives, you better don't expect any food to be served. In our case, we had to wait till 08:00 PM for some evening snacks, and later at 10:30 PM we served dinner. In between, you can go to his hotel again and purchase whichever food is available only, but there's no other option you can take. The same veg thali which he sells at his hotel is 40 Rs. when the exact same thali when they prepare at the resort he charge 60 Rs. Be careful if you travel with children unless you have enough food stocked yourself. Other thoughts: - The area became too dark after evening since there's very very less amount of lights available - Resort premises' 90% keeps in dark, so you won't have many options to roam outside, even inside the premises - Since there's no TV in the room as well, after evening it could become very boring unless you have enough stock for talks From a family traveler viewpoint: - Better not to travel if you're expecting a lighter weekend/travel away from your tight city lift - Since there's almost no activity available after evening, no food no place to jam, it can easily become the longest evening in your life. Better consider about Baranti.
by ips-travel on December 25, 2017
Pathetic is an understatement. The points rating I have given is 1 but should have been in negative if trip advisor had such negative rating system. We were three families travelling from kolkata to spend the Christmas weekend. Rooms - deluxe rooms were booked. Superdeluxe rooms were slightly bigger with no other difference. Deluxe and super deluxe rooms have a.c and geysers. Hotel amenities - Food - if you are lucky you might get food. Food is prepared in open air chulhas and taste is good. Geyser - again if you are lucky you might have electricity for the geysers to work. A.C - the equipment is installed. Don't know if it works or not! T.v - non functional t.v units kept in every room with kilos of dust on it. Intercom - telephone units are kept but nonfunctional with tons of dust on it Linens & blankets - Seemed dirtier than refugee camps may be! Washrooms - public toilets may be cleaner!! Place - nothing much to see around. It's better to camp at any other place for local sight seeing of panchet, gorpanhokot or barunti!! Putting up some pics of the washroom, room corners and blankets.
by reportkolcusap a on August 17, 2017
When we were approaching to Biharinath from Raniganj I was thinking of whether such a place completely cut off from town/city and situated at a extreme remote area can have a good accommodation? We did not have any booking and so we first approached so called Government facilities. But those were nothing but nightmare because had no proper maintenance and no restaurant at forest facility. When we became very upset and thinking of leave this place with a heaqvy heart(Biharinath is an awesome place with hills, dense forest, springs,river Damodar, water bodies and above all most revered Shiva Temple of Rarh Bengal, Lord Biharinath i. Shiva. Suddenly one shop keeper who felt our problem suggested us to visit Biharinath Tourist Point(8017202499).OMG, we could not believe that such an accommodation had been at such a remote place. This property provides all basic amenities(except a Bar) and we felt home out of home. We spend at Biharinath for two days and came back home. But both Biharinath and its accommodation is still beacon me in my dream.
by 1968_06 on July 26, 2017
When I first visited Biharinath on 2008 there was only a so called accommodation which was not just for tourists. I visited again on 2012 and stayed the beautiful new accommodation of Biharinath i.e.Biharinath Tourist Point(8017202499).I was amazed some one has thought to put money in such an unknown place and with a great risk. When I visited the place again on 24.07.2017 and stayed at Biharinath Tourist Point, I felt it was necessary to get a good accommodation here. Now Biharinath is a well known place and Tourists from many places come here not only for religion but also for pollution free green natural beauty.The property has changed for betterment and one thing is still intact that is its home cook food and behaviour of stuffs for which you will feel to stay home out side of your home.
by Santanu K on February 10, 2018
by reportkolcusap a on August 17, 2017
by 1968_06 on July 26, 2017
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