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Amazing family run hotel - definitely one of the highlights of our stay in India. Felt like staying with the family. Our room was incredible - huge with separate hall, bedroom, study, dressing area, bathroom and shower room ! We really enjoyed the tour of...More
very nice people committed to helping the village people and making your experience a special event. Liked our tour of town, liked meeting the owner and getting a personal tour of Chanoud Garh. Liked our evening tour to a nearby lake to watch birds and...More
Staying at Chanoud Garh and visiting the village was definitely the highlight of our Indian adventure. This place is amazing and the host was very kind to share with us the history of the family. The family has arranged for us a walk in the...More
A very special ‘homestay’, Chanoud Garh was one of a number of truly unique venues booked for us through the brilliant, well-organised and very personalised travel company KOKOindia. The beautiful palace on the edge of a small village in rural Rajasthan has been meticulously and...More
This is a restored princely palace in remote countryside. The family are the hosts and play an active part in the visit. It is a lovely building. Our accommodation was a spectacular suite of six rooms, including a vast marble shower. There is every modern...More
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It took about 3 hours with a small incorrect turn by the drive. Once you get off the highway the road is a bit "rural" so the time it takes to get there can depend on your comfort level. Either way, it is well worth the... More
It took about 3 hours with a small incorrect turn by the drive. Once you get off the highway the road is a bit "rural" so the time it takes to get there can depend on your comfort level. Either way, it is well worth the trip. If possible, take the village tour. It was still a major highlight of our trip. Good luck.