You leave a bustling metropolis behind, as you enter the gate to this charming corner of Eden. The courtyard is full of flowers, birds, trees and seating to enjoy a book or just relax. The owners,who live there, make you feel at home and make a personal connection. We had an Indian cooking lesson given by Ushia, which was wonderful, as was she. Our room gave us a feeling of staying in a small palace and was beautifully decorated and very comfortable. Excellent location and an opportunity to see and taste that large hotels do not provide! TRY IT, YOU WILL LOVE IT.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A lesser-known fact about Rajasthani monuments is that rarely were forts, palaces and havelis (large residences) constructed at one go. Each generation added new wings, rooms and arches in an architectural style prevalent during its time. DeraMandawa has also seen such an evolution, as the Mandawa family constantly kept extending the residence over the years. Thakur Durga Singh, the current custodian of DeraMandawa is a keen observer of history, culture, religion, current affairs, and is a bank of knowledge so vast that he has a point of view on anything under the sun. He is what one could call a modern traditionalist, actively seeking the use of modern technology and methods to support the principles of traditional living. The inquisitive can have endless conversations with him on a number of his projects like rain -water harvesting, biogas plant, solar heating and, even, healthy cooking. He would be more than delighted to share his experiences with you. ... more less
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