This was a really beautiful and tranquil heritage-style resort--so expect a huge garden, lots of space to walk around or laze in the sunshine (we went in winter). The rooms are large and comfortable, and tastefully done up, with lots of interesting antique furniture, if you like that sort of thing. Since this place is 30 km from anywhere, mostly what you will be doing is taking that necessary break in your journey. The bathrooms are clean, well-maintained but expect your hot water to run out very soon.
However, if you expect to be taken to the Bishnoi village they promise (the Bishnoi are a community known for their environmentally friendly way of life), you will be disappointed. We were taken to one isolated home, and, though we were happy to meet the people there, came away without much further knowledge about the Bishnoi, which was what we were hoping the experience would consist of. Since two two-hour trips are offered to the BIshnoi village a day, and we took the one in the afternoon, I had the distinct feeling we were being fobbed off by the guide who was accompanying us (perhaps he had a more pressing engagement?), who showed maximum enthusiasm when we paid him his tip.
The food is lacklustre, the chef not even bothering to label the various dishes till we asked him to. What is most disconcerting is the sign in the reception area which says "All tips must be put in the tipbox" but the way this actually plays out; at every stage, your attendant expects to be tipped, and promptly. This was very distasteful, and put pressure on you on what was to be a relaxed break on an overall hectic holiday. Also, despite all the claims, there seems to be no interest on the part of the owners to educate/help clean up the village around the resort, which is touted to be an integral part of your experience at Rohet Garh. So the contrast between cool clean upper-class interiors and the less-than-hygienic village roads (although the people we met were warm and sweet and real) was jarring. Time for the owners to step up, and show that they are socially conscious.
Wi-fi is available, there was a fantastic singer of Marwari style music, free tea/coffee and cake every afternoon, and the one thing that made it all worthwhile: Tuko, the owner's lovable Lab.
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