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Po.23 Nersa Village Khanapur Taluka, Belgaum , 591302 | Show on Map
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Situated at a distance of 39 km from Belgaum Railway Station, The Hermitage Guest House offers free internet access to its patrons. This guest house in Belgaum offers a total of 3 rooms across 2 floors. The rooms are well-equipped with various amenities like wake-up call facility, air-conditioner, wardrobe and an attached bathroom with supply of hot and cold water.Services that are available include medical assistance, laundry and room service.
The Hermitage Guest House in Belgaum offers facilities like garden, backup generator and 24-hour front desk. There is a travel desk which facilitates travel arranegments for the guests.This property is situated at a distance of 54 km from Belgaum Airport.
Some of the famous tourist attractions include Belgaum Fort (42 km) and Safa Masjid (41 km).
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by Sundeepgupta on January 1, 2019
this place is inside core forst and its really like living and playing in the lap of nature. Greenish look everywhere is beauty of this place. Service is good and place is neat and clean. Owners are very kind and friendly.
by shariquemp on July 14, 2018
this guest house is from my village where i live and its really nice you can have a peacefull vaccation nature friendly and also you will find many tourist attraction to its nearby places with jungle safari
by MeenaT8 on March 6, 2017
Peaceful , natural, wonderful company of the owners and great food... Thoughtfully done up rooms, walks in the wild, quiet time spent, allows for good conversations, lovely open bathrooms... Would visit again and again...
by Freddy-Sneha on January 4, 2016
I loved everything about The Hermitage - the location (literally inside a jungle), the room, the bathroom (yes!), the food, the quietness and the delightful hosts. Unfortunately, we planned this as a stopover on a trip to Bangalore from Mumbai, so one night is no justice to this place. This is the place to go to if you want to do nothing apart from reading or walking around, hear nothing apart from the birds and bees and see nothing but green for miles around or the sky above. At night, I felt the sky was going to explode with stars. This is a place you must visit to know life the way it should be - no embellishments, all real. On the practical details - Morvarid's directions to get there were bang on - no way you can get lost so don't get nervous like we did when you enter the forest. The machan room we stayed in was very comfortable. The views from all the rooms are good. The bathroom is open air and below the machan. The open air bit is great, but plan on not using it in the dark if you're scared of walking down the steps in the dark (you have to go here on a non moonlit night to know what dark is) :-). The place invites you to be outdoors - the sit out of the room, the extremely comfortable mattresses and cushions all around the dining area and the general environment - so make the most of it!
by tony h on December 20, 2015
I have always wanted to visit the jungle in India ! I visit Delhi and Mumbai once per month from London and it is quite easy to get caught up in the city life and completely miss out on the real India. My last trip to India was over a weekend and there was absolutely no way that I was going to stay in a city hotel. I decided to search for a 'jungle experience' and there are quite a few of them in India and it is difficult, on the surface, to know what is good and what is not. I must say that I lived in Central and Southern Africa for 6 years and spent a lot of time in the bush, sometimes I did see animals and sometimes I did not. Therefore I get a little sceptical about jungle resorts in India which 'guarantee' tiger sightings etc, because in reality you cannot guarantee a sighting and if you can, then you need to ask 'HOW' ?? Anyway, I booked in with the Hermitage arriving late on Friday night (like 3am) and leaving first thing on Monday morning. I was travelling from Delhi, so it was quite a long trip involving planes, trains and automobiles as well as a bit of walking. I had booked into the treehouse and after 5 hours in the car from Goa airport, I was ready to rest my head. When I eventually arrived, it was in total darkness, there was real jungle sounds and it felt as if I truly was in the middle of no where. David, the amazing host, welcomed me with a head torch on and quite chatty for 3am. He showed me to my treehouse and I felt like I was in heaven. Morning came and I cannot express how amazing the view and just the surroundings were. This place is truly amazing. I headed over for breakfast, now there are only 3 rooms here and you all eat around one table, which I love. David always joins you and the atmosphere is completely relaxed. David is fascinating and Morveld (?) his wife, even more so. This place is basic, with limited electricity, but it is truly amazing. After breakfast, David took me on a treck. There are tigers around and there are bears and panthers, but we didn't see anything. David is one of the most interesting people I have ever met and I felt very lucky to have tracked with him alone.....lots of good chat. The food is out of this world and if you want, you can have a cooking lesson as well. This place is magical if you want to get away from everything. You are in the middle of no where, there is no wifi, no mobile signal and no complexity of day to day living. But what there is, is a surreal environment with is simply breathtaking. I am back next month and I will definitely be visiting again. It is a long trip to get there, but ultimately worth every minute of that travelling. I cannot recommend it enough and there is nothing I would change about this place. It is unspoilt and complete paradise. I cannot wait to return.
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