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Sat, 31 Mar – Sun, 01 Apr (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
Near Junagarh Fort, Near Mataji Temple, Old Ginani, Bikaner , 334001 | Show on Map
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Vinayak Guest House is situated near Junagadh Fort and consists of 10well-maintained guestrooms, four of which are air-conditioned. Each of the rooms have makeup mirror, chair and attached bathroom.
Some of the rooms have a television and supply of hot water while some can request for the same. The property also has a terrace with a view of the fort, and a library with books on wildlife and novels. Free Wi-Fi connectivity is also provided to the guests.
Along with this, guests are offered tour assistance (on request), tourist vehicle and taxi/cabs for local sightseeing and free Railway/Bus stand pick-up/drop facility. Homemade vegetarian and non-vegetarian food is also available for the guests (on request). NEIGHBOURHOOD Places worth visiting include Junagarh Fort (0.5 km), Bikaner Camel Safari (21 km), Karni Mata Temple (31 km), Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary (36 km) and Seth Bhandasar Jain Temple (3 km).
The nearest bank, Park, Market, Hospital and Petrol Pump are all within 2 km of the Vinayak Guest House. NEARBY Rathod Travels Office Bus Stop - 0.5 km, Bikaner Railway Junction - 1 km, Jaipur International Airport - 347 km.
Local transport is also available for easy access in the city. HOUSE RULES TIMINGS: 24-hour Check-in and 10 am Check-out. Smoking and alcohol is allowed in the rooms up to a limit. Veg and Non-Veg food is permitted on the premises.
Groups of bachelors and unmarried couples are not permitted while families and groups of women are allowed. It is a pet-friendly property and guests are welcome to bring along well-behaved pets. Valid ID proof is a necessary requirement during check-in.
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by Toni R on February 20, 2018
Spent a lovely couple of days here, it's a small family run place with clean rooms and a pleasant shady courtyard away from the bustle of the streets. The food is great and Jitu our host gave us great advice on things to see and do. It was a shame we went here long enough for the wildlife tour! The icing on the cake were the two friendly pugs, Honey and Duke running round during the day. Highly recommended.
by JHitchco on February 19, 2018
Vinayak has a nice courtyard to relax in which is a blessing as the town can get quite hectic with mopeds. We took the half day wildlife and village tour which was very good. Jitu knows a lot about the wildlife and the ecology of the area and we would highly recommend doing this tour on your visit.
by howard g on January 28, 2018
Jitu the proprietor is an excellent host whose local knowledge will really enrich your stay, especially if you are visiting to see the wildlife. He uses members of the local community to provide the camel safaris which are an amazing experience. This is an opportunity to get an authentic experience of the local community and area with an ethical and responsible approach to tourism. A must see is the local carcass dump which is alive with raptors!
by Agnese B on January 22, 2018
We spent only two nights here, and we didnt have to go on a camel tour. The guest house is really nice, our room was big and super clean. The owner seemed really nice too, we arrived late at night, when the kitchen was already closed, but he provided us something to eat. The common area was really nice too! The hotel is also very close to the Fort, just a few minutes walking. I highly recommend this place.
by thalia g on January 18, 2018
I have been living and traveling in India for 10 years now and this was one of the best tours I've ever done here! Jitu, who is a zoologist with a PhD, is incredibly knowledgeable about both the nature and culture of the desert. He also has a really good eye for curious things that a foreign traveler might find interesting (as opposed to just reciting generic facts about India), and is also really passionate about the desert. He is very passionate about sustainable tourism and development in the desert (at a time when these are endangered). My father and I did the half-day tour of the desert with Jitu. We first went to see some wildlife and nature sights. Though I don't know very much about plant life, Jitu has a way of making everything sound interesting, and also he's very good at telling how things are connected to human life (like how certain plants are used by humans in the desert). He has an encyclopedic knowledge of the plants and trees and animals of the desert. We saw blue antelopes and many, many vultures and eagles. He took us to this amazing place where masses of vultures were feeding (there's more to the story, this is really an amazing place that shows how nature and culture and caste are connected, but I won't give it all away here). Then we had lunch at a villagers house which also felt much more real than any other "village homestays" or meals I've done (and I've done quite a few!), it didn't feel like the villagers were putting on a show. Jitu was really careful to make sure that the villagers were comfortable as well, and he really cares for this family. I highly recommend Jitu's tours--I only wish we could have done more. Even though we only did a half day tour, we really got a local's, in-depth view of the desert and Bikaner. Jitu also offers customized tours based on your interests--he told us some guests were very interested in goat herding so he had taken them to a goat herder to spend time with him. There are so many options of tours you could do!
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