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NH-8, Sayla Circle, Surendranagar , 363430 | Show on Map
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Old Bell Guesthouse is located 34 km from SurendranagarRailway Station. This hotel has a restaurant that serves multi-cuisinedelicacies.Old Bell Guesthouse has 6 well furnished rooms which areequipped with modern amenities like an attached bathroom with running hot andcold water, a work desk, wardrobe/cabinet and separate sitting area with tableand chairs.This hotel in Surendranagar has of chess garden, a parking areaand 24 hour room service.
The hotel also has an outdoor sitting area. The hotel has a 24 hour front desk help for the guests.Guest can visit Rajkot which is located at a distance of 88 km from the hotelproperty. Ahmedabad International Airport is at 136 km and Doliya Jain Tirth at13 km.
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should be a lot better for the price
by Lindon H on
I am amazed that there are excellent reviews. I have even had a friend stay here who absolutely loved the place. We were not impressed. This place is run down. The staff had no idea ... poor service ... we only stayed for breakfast because it was included ... very ordinary and uncomfortable ..and noisy Value for money ... definitely not! This guest house is heading the same way as the old palace ... same owners, and falling down There are good places in the town or if you are travelling through, there is no shortage of hotels along the highway ... give this a miss!
Best getaway homestay for a short break
by Padamadan on
Accessible from Ahmedabad (less than 2 hours and nice road) and also a good option to have a 2 days stay on the way to Rajkot. A peaceful and friendly place and the Yuvraj is a very friendly and caring person, and the staff are also very nice and caring. The property is a beautiful heritage building surrounded by fields and trees with natural beauty peacocks, birds....The hidden secret is the variety of the food served and the taste; its amazing mention your preference Indian, Western, Chinese its ready in style and taste. Also the nearby hidden gems like the weaving villages and other artisans is worth visiting.
Run-down, dusty place with some old word charm
by andfood on
Only recommended to stay here as a break on the road. The Maharaja owner is charming and the place has seen better times. We had a "deluxe" room with no deluxe, hard bed, stained bed sheet, dusty floor and although it is 200 meters away you can hear the main road at night, The food was OK. We walked around town which is not recommended.
This heritage property gave us an insight into Gujarati hospitality and food
by traveller5605 on
We arrived at the guesthouse to be greeted by a drummer escorting us from the bus to the foyer where we were showered in flowers and marked with a bindi. We were then made welcome at a table set under the trees in the garden for our lunch and serenaded by a musician. We usually had breakfast in the family dining room then were out during the day touring and visiting local weavers. The rooms are basic but being able to share a home that is the residence of local royalty was a treat. While we were there our group was invited to a special function attended by the king and royal guests that gave an insight into the protocol and grandeur of former days. Our guide and the prince are friends so I think this helped make our stay extra special.
We didn't want to leave!
by Tricia H on
We recently took a group pf friends to Bell Guest House for a two night stay. As we had not stayed here before we were not sure what to expect. Well - we wished we had followed Yuvraj Somrraj Singh's recommendations to stay longer. We could have easily spent another few days in this delightful setting with Somrraj's warm extended family. Yes the guest house is old but it is absolutely charming! The food is fantastic and the activities on offer - from nearby temples and monuments to craft villages that lie off the beaten track - are very special. We had a fantastic local guide and one night we enjoyed a village dinner at his home. We also enjoyed a delicious royal dinner at the guesthouse with the royal family. We were all sad when it was time to leave - and next time we will definitely stay longer. For a taste of something quite different this place is highly recommended.
Even as a road trip stopover I say no.
by Lindon H on May 16, 2020
Speak to Yuvaraj and share your preference
by Padamadan on June 5, 2019
There are only 8 rooms, I think and they're all alike. Prince Singh stays on the ground floor with his wife and daughter.
by Writerontherecord on February 5, 2015
We were a travelling party of six people, so we had the opportunity of seeing the various rooms. They were all good, each with an exceptionally generous balcony.
by ThakurSahibMelbourne on January 20, 2014
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