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Fri, 30 Mar – Sat, 31 Mar (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
Village Dundlod, Jhunjhunu , 333702 | Show on Map
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Dundlod Fort is located at a distance of 2 km from Dundlod Fort and 31 km from Jhunjhunu Emergency Airport. This hotel in Jhunjhunu has an in-house restaurant where guests can enjoy various delicacies.
It comprises of 20 comfortable and spacious rooms spread across 2 floors.
Rooms are well-equipped with amenities like wake-up calls, welcome amenities, temperature control and wardrobe. It has an attached bathroom equipped with toiletries and hot and cold running water facility. This hotel in Jhunjhunu has bar, travel desk and backup generator.
This property offers medical assistance. laundry and 24-hour room service. Dundlod Fort offers 24-front desk facility to its guests. Some of the tourist attractions are Rani Sati Dadi Mandir (35 km) and Khemi Sati Temple (35 km).
This property is 31 km from Jhunjhunu Railway Station and 6 km from Jhunjhunu Bus Stand.
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by Anuradha G on January 9, 2018
We were on the way to Nawalgarh from Mandawa, thought of visiting this tiny village. After a little effort reached the fort with the help of Google maps ! We were pleasantly surprised to see the fort and the history related to this place was interesting. A care taker explained us everything. Sun dial on the roof top was added attraction. He told us to visit Goenka haveli museum, which was too good ! Very well maintained in original character with a lot of stuff which the family used decades ago, added charm to the haveli. We could see an ice cream maker, radio, record player, receipts of income tax, coins along with many other items of daily use. A must see place, along with Mandawa, if you plan to visit Shekhawati.
by GovindSinghBhati on November 15, 2017
Dundlod fort in the Sekhwati region of Rajasthan is a beautiful property. This fort was built in 1750 and was once the home of Rajput kings of this area. Now its a beautiful hotel which offer a true experience of rich, royal and rustic Rajasthan. The rooms are built in Rajput- mughal style , very big with nice and clean bathroom. If you are fond of horse then this is the place in Rajasthan where you would like to be they have a farm where they keep some of the best indigenous horses. You can learn riding or just spend time in farm. Sekhwati is know for its wall painting and there are many old beautiful Haveli around fort so art lover can just walk in around village and explore the beautiful traditional art form. Food is great mostly indian but delicious, Lal Maans, mutton ka Sula, dal and butter chiken is my favorite. If you are looking for some unique experience and don't want do raguler tourist things then plan a trip to this property. Must meet Mr. Bonnie Singh (Owner) who runs horse safari across Rajasthan, he is a legend and wonderful host. The staff is very humble and hospitable, they are pet friendly and also have 3 beautiful Dog. One must this one experience if you are traveling towards Jaipur.
by fwalker2016 on October 30, 2017
Arrived early evening so setting sun. drove into courtyard to a red carpet welcome with horse guards. fantastic sight. historic family home our host was a gentleman. food was excellent. rooms were all different we were part of a riding party - and ours was on third floor with own roof area. it was very hot as we had a heat wave but with windows open it was ok. it wasn't the cleanest room with a bit of dust etc but we were virtually in the desert and its a family home with working ranch etc so not expecting that. lovely frescos and original features including ladies gallery.
by Healthtouch on October 30, 2017
If you love India and you ride well this is the trip for you. My daughter and I arrived at Dundlod Fort from Jodhpur the day before Diwali in preparation for a week long horse safari. We met Bonnie, Mahendra and Sunayana and were given a tour of the stud farm after lunch. That evening we were treated to a candle lit supper on the roof of this magnificent old Fort. Bonnie is a charming host and passionate about preserving and promoting the majestic Marwari horses. The next day nine fellow travelers arrived and there was an official welcome fit for a Maharani. As it was Diwali there was cause for celebration with a puja and fireworks after dinner. Dundlod Fort is Bonnie's home that caters for guests. Our room was huge, with a dressing room and bathroom. It was unique and comfortable. There were 11 of us on the trip for the full 7 day safari each of us were given a horse that fit our skill level and even our personalities. Everyone on the trip rode well and our group got along famously. These exquisite Marwari horses are soooooooooo well looked after, are super fit and very well mannered. The whole safari ran like a well oiled machine. The food was fresh and delicious catering for vegetarians as well as meat eaters the support vehicle was always just behind us making sure everything went well and we were all safe and happy, our luggage was in our rooms at each destination when we arrived, there was plenty of food, bottled water and sodas for us at each stop. After about a 3 hour morning ride we would stop for lunch at a shady destination to find it all set up and ready for us. There we would eat and rest in the hottest part of the day followed by a 2 hour ride to our night time destination. We went to Rajasthan in October when it was still a very hot 41 degrees so cool clothing, sun hats, sun glasses and plenty of water are a must. The camping element of the trip was in the desert where the nights were cool and extra clothing is a good idea. Talking of camping this is camping in style real beds, mattresses, pillows and comforters all provided, not to mention hot showers and even a flushing loo........... Again incredibly good food, camp fires and beautiful yurt style tents. This is not a trip for novice riders but if you ride well, enjoy long canters, India's beautiful, interesting and varied scenery you will certainly enjoy it. I cannot praise Bonnie and his team highly enough for a very well managed, friendly, exotic and fun trip. Thank you all so much for making this a holiday to remember.
by AmanRustagi on October 24, 2017
If you want to visit a fort still inhabited by royal ownersthis is one of the right p(a)lace. Mr Bonny Dundlod,owner, a professional horse rider and polo player with many feathers to his hat enjoys an enviable clout that one would die for. His team members, Ms. Sunaina et al, would make your stay worthy to be remembered. Staying amidst an era gone by, with local delectable cuisines, traditionally done up room while providing you an ultimate comfort, is wonderful. Royal host has his wine glass brimming with tales you would love to hear over dinner by the bonfire. Crew is generous to help you and live by the motto of "padhaaro mhaare des" translating to "you are welcome to my country". If you are a horseman this travel can be a worthy one with visit to his prized stable of Marwari stallions.
by fwalker2016 on October 30, 2017
by Healthtouch on October 29, 2017
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