It was a lovely peaceful stay at this 1908 bungalow, which has so much warmth and character. What I liked about the place was that it wasn't manicured. the gardens were a little wild, but that added to the charm. the food is lovely, the caretaker Shankar makes you feel so much at home. the house is strewn with books of every kind, which ensure that you don't know how time flies. Comfortable beds is nice rooms. Lovely bathrooms. Makes sense to stay here and visit Pushkar, rather than stay at Pushkar itsef.
Sitting out in the morning, with your cuppa and your book, being visited by peacocks, and our very own darling Bijli ( the household dog), is such a peaceful pleasure.
It is a must stay place, if one wants to visit Ajmer/Pushkar! Good value for money too. Plus