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Rutu Farm Agri Tourism Holiday Homes,Off Pasarani Village,Wai-Eksar-Dhom Dam Boat Club Road,Tal. Wai Dist. Satara.Maharashtra., Panchgani , 412803 | Show on Map
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by Shashikant J on February 27, 2018
Rutu Farm is like a home away from home !! I have been to this place to celebrate my second wedding anniversary with my wife and a kid. Place is very good, lots of greenery, so many different trees, plants and flowers around make this place pleasant and peaceful, rooms were big (stayed in cottage) with front and back yard garden. Food here is delicious, there are very few places where you get veg and non-veg at best quality, Rutu farm is one of it. Fresh organic vegetables are used to prepare food. (** only morning breakfast with Tea is included in room fare, rest everything is to paid saperately but not so costly) Staff here is loyal and honest, provide very good service moreover resort owners especially Mr. Nilesh takes care of every small need of customers, who made great arrangements of our anniversary celebration. (decorated room, romantic cake cutting arrangements, music, flowers, followed by amazing candle light dinner.) Overall, Rutu farm is a home away from home, must visit!!
by Bala M on January 21, 2018
A very good place to relax with family and friends. We went there for our Makara Sankaranti or Pongal vacation with our family. Away from the hustle and bustle of the city and well maintained. The owners personally take care of your needs. the food is very good and is a good value for money. Most of food prepare from own firm. Maharastra thalis (food items) is very good. They also arrange a short trip to a farm nearby if you request. One can walk up to Dhoom DAM about 4 Km away. good place for sun set and Sunrise. playing place available for kids. I suggest to stay here and go further to see Panchgani and Mahabaleshwar ! Special kudos to the owner for looking personally into for making our stay comfortable and memorable.
by Jktra on January 21, 2018
We visited Rutu farm at Wai during the Christmas weekend. The rooms are very clean and spacious. The property though small is done up nicely. There are many common areas to sit and spend time together. The food was simple but was served by a polite staff. We never had to wait for anything. The staff would ensure that our plates were refilled continuously. Rutu is around 10 min drive from main Wai Centre surrounded by sugarcane farms. It will be convenient to have your own vehicle . This place is senior citizen friendly since all rooms baring one have only 2-3 steps. The dining area is also on ground level. We had a wonderful time during the 2 nights we stayed there.
by oxstan on January 19, 2018
I was positively surprised when I visited Rutu agri farm at wai on 12th of January 2018. The property is small but very well maintained. I had thought this as a break in our journey to konkan area but it turned about to be a good destination and not merely a break in the journey. The rooms are clean and well maintained with a patio overlooking farms. The property has one small central area where you can relax and unwind. The owner was very courteous and provided the necessary inputs to our trip to nearby Dhom dam which turned out to be an excellent location. The food was simple but fresh and tasty. The owner put up a bonfire for us at night. Overall it was a very good experience. .
by SriniSRA on January 7, 2018
Rutu Farms is conveniently located if you are visiting Wai... you have to cross the town and about 4kms away, the property is prominently visible. We want there for a New Year get together of the family and had booked four cottages. The Good: Location close to Wai temples and also Mapro Food Park (both are a must visit, and were in fact the highlight of the trip for me). Property is well maintained and is aesthetically done up. For the festive season they had decorated the place well. Rooms are big enough to put two extra mattresses if you are traveling with kids Reasonably large, common, open space, including kids' play area, if you want to chill as groups Arrangement for a campfire during winters - good fun, but there are only 3 small fire setup for about 14 rooms... so, stake claim early and ask for extra firewood upfront (not possible later) Service ethic of the staff is quite good. Special mention to Rohan who's a bundle of energy. The So So stuff: Visit to strawberry farm in a (mini) tractor (paid separately) is quite underwhelming... the "farm" is rather small - almost like a local garden farm and if you visit late, there won't be any strawberries to see. Wai can be quite cold during winter (for Mumbai standards), so be prepared... the rooms are not designed for much warmth, nor do they have any external heating facility. Room service is not available for any meals/snacks; water, etc. is replenished in the room. The Bad stuff: Meals are served in the open, so be prepared for insects / mosquitoes to keep you company (mosquitoes are huge, but only seen during evenings) Food options within the resort are quite poor and limited. They have only a thali system (Veg, egg, chicken, fish, mutton) for both lunch and dinner... it would be an understatement if I said that the meals (in particular Veg) were just not as per expectations. I have been to many farm houses and resorts... usually, the meals are the highlight of such trips, but here, I have to say, the meals were relatively sad and repetitive. For instance, a sweet dish option for lunch was Gulab Jamun and the same (a box of gulab jamuns in the fridge) was available for a couple of days. Even for New Year's eve, the dinner was pretty much the same as what was served for that lunch or the previous dinner. (I am highlighting the food issue in such detail for two reasons: it's a major aspect of any vacation, and particularly when it is not easy to have many alternatives in places like Wai.) Overall, I would say that property is value for money, but you should look at eating out as much as possible (incl. one meal at Mapro park).
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