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Dera Village - The Clement Retreats Kalakho

Village Gadoli Tehsil Sikrai, Distt., Kalakho 303508 India
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At Dera Village Retreat, Kalakho believe in it completely and take pride in giving an unforgettable village experience to our guests. The Retreat offers a welcome break from the regular tourist visits to monuments, museums and market places and the hustle and bustle of the crowded cities and move towards the pristine and untouched lives of the real people of the land. The villages visited are tucked away within a valley inside the Aravalli Hills, where a community of the Meena Tribals are living. The joy and spirit of rustic life is palpable in the lively faces of the village folks. Here, in many ways, time has stood still and globalization has had little impact. To give you this experience in a most comfortable manner, The retreat is situated in the popular Golden Triangle circuit between Agra and Jaipur. It has 16 tastefully decorated cottages arranged around a green oasis garden and each cottage is air conditioned and has all the amenities expected of a city hotel.
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Free internet
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Walking tours
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Outdoor fireplace
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Anubhav Goel wrote a review Feb 2021
New Delhi, India5 contributions1 helpful vote
I went to this place with my friends for an extended weekend. The cottages are really beautiful and well maintained. The hospitality is amazing. We were served proper home cooked food which was delicious. The only limitation of this place is that there are no TVs in the cottage and no phone/wi fi signals. So, in case you want to spend some peaceful time, this is the perfect weekend getaway.
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Date of stay: February 2021Trip type: Traveled with friends
Munish wrote a review Feb 2021
Gurgaon District, India1 contribution
The drive from Gurgaon to this place was quite adventurous due to "Kisan Andolan". However, once we reached, we immediately connected to this place, it just was worth it. Nature provided its many shades here - Lush Green organic farms, beautiful cottages and Aravali hills all around. On top of it, amazing, simple at heart, friendly people who genuinely cared about you and your stay at every moment. The food that they serve is from their organic farms and was delicious. If you are looking for serene off beat location - this is the place to go. As my younger son summed it up - Addictive!!
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Date of stay: February 2021
Ravi wrote a review Jan 2021
Hyderabad, India5 contributions
Nestled in the middle of the Aravallis there is a green oasis that will leave you mesmerised. If you are looking for a rustic but luxurious village experience then the Dera village retreat is the place. They have recently opened for domestic travellers ( only for inbound so far), we were the first few lucky ones to experience this place. With 17 little cottages the place is surrounded by acres of organic sustainable farms everything that we ate during our stay comes from these farms and chef Geeta does full justice to the produce to create top notch food. The hospitality we received right from the owner Anjali Babar, Rajat the resort manager and the staff was incredible. They made us feel comfortable throughout the stay. Special mention to Binjar and Mahender who were always there to do a little extra. A place where we made friends sitting by the evening bonfire and sharing drinks. An absolute detox from screens as there are no TV’s and hardly any network (hopefully they never put the tower up) you will connect with yourself and the nature around you , the birds, the squirrels the howling jackals at night to name a few. While you are there breathe in as much as you can!
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Date of stay: January 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Saikat G wrote a review Jan 2021
Mumbai, India3 contributions
When you see a valley between rugged hills, and all you see from afar are crop fields, for a moment you wonder if you made the right choice. When you finally off road and drive through the field and reach the Clement Retreat, one realises how bedouins may have felt on finding an oasis. The Clement Retreat is an oasis - not just for the beatiful natural setting, or the luxuriously rustic dining experience, the pool table by the fireside or the beds that you dont want to get out of, but mostly because you are welcomed and surrounded by the warmest set of people like Biraj and others. There are no artifical smiles here, there are genuine people, their warmth and their stories. Take the time out to rediscover yourself in these serene settings (a quick detour from Jaipur or Ranthambore NP), choose the vegetables that you want to eat. Our family had my elderly parents and my four year old nephew and it is difficult to find a place that makes it safe and enjoyable for all. I just wish we stayed longer here.
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Date of stay: January 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
Rohan Dhawan wrote a review Jan 2021
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India11 contributions
Sometimes when you need to get away from the maddening crowd and relax this is the place for sure! but let me tell you what more it is. Surrounded by lush green fields and mountains on two sides it's a haven of tranquility & peace, birds chirping, squirrels eating out of your hands seems like nature and humans are at peace with each other. What more could you ask the energy o this place brings out creativity & positivity. As you roam around the property you realize that the place is self-sufficient as they grow their own vegetables and grains the traditional way no fertilizers food fresh from the frame to your plate. The chef at the property makes delicious food and the in house baked products are a treat. to top it all the well-appointed rooms and service at any hour with a smile are the most welcoming and heartwarming things at the resort. The resort has a recreation room with a pool table and many other games to keep you sharp, the fireplace is a good place to stay warm in chilly winter evenings and chat with other guests, another plus is the surroundings where you can go for short hikes and if you are up for a drive within 20-30kms you have Abhaneri and other historic places to visit. My wife & I had the most peaceful, refreshing, and energizing weekend.
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Date of stay: January 2021
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$171 - $247 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Dera Village - The Clement Retreats Kalakho
Which popular attractions are close to Dera Village - The Clement Retreats Kalakho?
Nearby attractions include Mehandipur Balaji Temple (1.6 miles), Shri Giriraj Ji Maharaj (1.9 miles), and Harshat Mata Temple (1.1 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Dera Village - The Clement Retreats Kalakho?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and breakfast buffet.
Which room amenities are available at Dera Village - The Clement Retreats Kalakho?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a seating area, and a sofa.
What food & drink options are available at Dera Village - The Clement Retreats Kalakho?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and complimentary tea during their stay.
Is parking available at Dera Village - The Clement Retreats Kalakho?
Yes, parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Dera Village - The Clement Retreats Kalakho?
Conveniently located restaurants include Zaika Restaurant, S H Ganesh Pavitra Bhojnalaya, and All In One Bakers.
Are there any historical sites close to Dera Village - The Clement Retreats Kalakho?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Bhandarej Excavation SIte (0.3 miles).