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Sat, 07 Mar – Sun, 08 Mar (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
by PrachiNish on
A nice place away from the city hustle yet very accessible. Remember this a rustic village experience, there are a few mosquitoes, insects, frogs and lizards. But that is just part of the experience. The rooms are basic but comfortable. The food is homemade, tasty, satisfying and a bit spicy. You can request them to make plain Dal n Rice or eggs if travelling with children. Our 3year old loved the experience. It was her first time staying in a quiet village where the only noises you here are of the birds chirping, wind and rustling leaves. It can get a bit boring because we are so used to being busy all the time. Just switch off, carry some books and board games. There is a fresh water pool to cool off too. The caretaker is good and does the best he can. The fan in one of the rooms wasn't working, luckily the other room was vacant and we shifted. The fan in the other room was very noisy. There are 2 hammocks, 1 of which is torn. Apart from these small inconveniences, we absolutely loved the stay.
by Anees K on
Unlike big resorts, Cibo escape lets you live the life of a villager in quiet,serene and quaint atmosphere. We (2 families, 7 adults and 4 kids) made a last minute booking and checked in at around 10pm on 31st Dec 2018. It took us approx 2.5hrs from Jogeshwari to Shahpur as the roads were filled with ppl trying to get away from Mbai on New Years eve. The temperature at Shahpur was cool and we were welcomed to a Bon Fire straightaway as the kids were feeling the chill. Dinner was ready and we all enjoyed the home cooked food by Mrs. Singh, the wife of the owner Mr. Vinod Singh. There was so much warmth and affection the way we were taken care by the entire family the whole evening, its difficult to get such kind os services in a resort or a hotel. A bbq was also organised at 1am and all of us especially the kids had fun helping us cook the meat. The ladies and the kids retired in the 2 rooms and we gents retired into our cozy tents equipped with beddings, blankets and pillows...2 ppl can sleep very peacefully under the stars. Tea & breakfast (Misal Paav) was served at 10 am. Kids enjoyed in the small swimming pool and were excited to see nature at its best. After soaking in the rural life, it was time to return back to the hustle and bustle of city life, not before experiencing some quality slow life in village settings. We promised ourselves to return back to Cibo Escape ASAP to rejuvenate and would strongly recommend Singh's house hold hospitality. It was an amazing experience for all of us, thank you Mrs & Mr. Vinod for everything.
by VaibhavP425 on
This is very much embrasing. CIBO has cancelled the booking made by me, that also without any prior notice. I have done the booking via BOOKING .COM and they have clearly said to PAY AT PROPERTY. But Mr. Sing just called me and informed that my booking is cancelled, since I have not paid Rs. 4,000 odd amount. There was no intimation from CIBO which they claim they got email from BOOKING.COM. But when I had word with customer care of BOOKING.COM, there was no such intimation was shared with CIBO. Please stay away with such fake and natorious resort. I strongly belive that they must have some internal booking for higher amount and thats the reason they have cancelled this booking
by Pallavi1232014 on
We were 2couples.we travelled in d month f april 2018.it's typical village kind of place..first we felt kaha as gaya but honestly ds place is value fr money..from rooms to Indian style swimming pool to barbeque to food..my 2yr child has njoyed a lot .we had good time in short...don't expect high fandu rooms like 5 star hotels, this place is meant for raw nature/village like experience .caretaker vinod is a gem as a person..its a perfect weekend gateway...
by Kaushik I on
Last Weekend I was looking for a place to relax & unwind and be close to nature, But that was not all. I also wanted a place that could accommodate my sweet little cat "Chichi"; whos been confined to the apartment & I really wanted her to experience the outdoors. Cibo was kind enough to understand my need as pet owner himself. Mr. Vinod Thakur the owner of Cibo was kind enough to inform me that this isnt your run-of-the-mill resort its a Farm-Retreat & we must build our expectations accordingly. The best part being I & my wife hate these regular resorts which are nothing more than another "Apartment' with room service. I totally enjoyed my stay here, it was almost like living in a village hut (but with A/C) :). The food was quite delicious & very rustic, just the way I like it. And the one who enjoyed the most was my Cat, she had a ball of time exploring the outfoors & following us around. We enjoyed the most on the small water-fall which is on the flowing river. Have you ever tried playing "Monopoly" with Booze? Thats what we had bought for ourselves & throughly enjoyed cutting off from the Mobile & Internet for the weekend. The Host Mr. Vinod is also a Gem of Person & it was nice meeting him. We shall come here again surely, as my cat was the most upset on our return :).
by Anees K on January 2, 2019
by Kaushik I on March 26, 2018
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by AsthaK30 on February 2, 2017