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Thu, 29 Mar – Fri, 30 Mar (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
Village Bagar, Jhunjhunu District, Bagar, Shekhawati , 333023 | Show on Map
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by RajatK19 on March 5, 2018
If one want to spend some quality time with family, this is the place...no tv, no wifi, very few people...it has all the ingredients which makes it a place worth exploring for a quite holiday...drive from delhi is roughly 4 hours..although half of the road is single lane, but since traffic is less, its pretty good...only 8 rooms are operational and that too are occupied rarely..menu can be customised as per your requirements...although prices are a bit on the higher side considering the variety, but it feels like home cooked food...rooms are huge, ambience is cool...u can see a lot of peacocks in the morning..staff is helpful..manager is always smiling...visit only if you are looking for a home away from home..do not expect hotel like treatment..
by Anubhuti S on March 4, 2018
We were looking for a quiet getaway for new year and chances upon this property reviews, surprisingly it was much cost effective for the chain of hotels it belongs. Its around 4.5 hours drive form Gurgaon and its a very beautiful and pleasant drive along side the mustard fields and intermittent camels drawing the carriages on the road ..road is good and this helps the drive , we suggest to follow the google map directions to the hotel. Hotel is a beautiful property around the 100 years old , painstakingly restored and tastefully furnished. Its around 30kms away from Mandawa and hence away from the tourist crowd. Hotel has only 6-7 rooms and is comfortable and has well maintained bathrooms .there is no TV , WiFi or swimming pool . Its an ideal place for people to connect with nature and each other. So opt for it only if you want some quiet personal and family time. Property is visited by myriad of birds and lots of peacocks. So read , talk and bird watch. Food is awesome and staff well trained and very courteous Haveli has some beautiful fresco paintings , take a day tour to Mandawa to visit the other havelies
by Harshita M on January 26, 2018
Having previously stayed at Neemrana hotels, we once again thought of them when it came to planning a weekend away from New Delhi. Piramel Haveli is a restored 20th century Rajasthani Haveli located in Jhunjhunu district. The Haveli has been restored well and our rooms were very comfortable. As has been our experience with Neemrana hotels, the food was excellent. The staff was very courteous and friendly as well. There is not much to do in this area. The Haveli itself is very charming with lots of birds in the campus itself. We also visited the Fatehsagar reservoir but it was dry at the time of our visit. There are a couple of more attractions approximately 10 15 km away but we preferred to relax in the Haveli. Overall, we had a good visit. Recommended as a weekend getaway.
by Kunika on January 11, 2018
I went to Piramal Haveli with my husband in November. I have been to other properties of Neemrana like the Neemrana Fort Palace and the Tijara Fort. But unlike the experience in these two properties, my experience here was not that good. In fact I was disappointed when we reached there. It is a very small property with age old infrastructure and amenities. There are a lot of lizards here which quite freaked me out. The staff was hospitable though! The food was ok but make sure they charge for coffee if you order it in breakfast, which is against the notion that the breakfast is complimentary. There is a nearby restaurant (I cant recall the name) which is quite popular in the area. So I would suggest, instead of having food in the haveli, which is quite pricey also, go and enjoy your meal there. Also, the entire property was vacant except us two. So in short, it is not a much sought-after property. There is no particular activity to do there, except relaxing yourself in your room! The nearby area is also dull and lifeless. So you may probably get bored! Last but not the least, if anyone is planning to go there, considering it as a weekend getaway from Delhi, I would suggest against it, as it is an approx 5-hour drive from Delhi which will make the journey quite tiresome! So overall my visit was not that good, and I wouldnt recommend it to anyone!
by pmalhotra on January 8, 2018
Small, quaint haveli located in a small, off the main road village in Rajasthan. The haveli has a majestic aura to it. Loved the grand entrance and facade of the property. Very few rooms available, so book well in advance. Rooms are large, and have all amenities.Staff is very courteous and helpful. Special thanks to Mr Shekhar. Peacocks all over the place, surrounded by lush fields, peaceful abode. Traditional Rajasthani dinner served with lots of love (and ghee!). Flavourful, fresh and fine, each dish with its own unique ingredients.Breakfast spread can be improved. A very relaxing stay!
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