I stayed at Tordi Garh during a recent Gecko's tour. It was such a contrast to the cities we visited. From the lovely welcome to the camel cart ride, village tour, amazing food and sunrise walk to the fort - I would highly recommend visiting.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Tordi Garh lies at the edge of the village and is an 18th century structure with a series of turrets all around which were used during battles. It has a simple architecture with lime and mortar and has a series of courtyards, terraces and Verandahs. Hemendra Singh the descendant of the founders of the fort has now converted a couple of wings of the residential part into a hotel. It now houses 23 rooms of varied sizes with all amenities. Each room has its own ethnic and heritage charm which portrays the traditional architecture of the region. Each room has an ensuite bathroom with modern amenities, has provisions of air conditioning or cooling in summers and heating in winters. They have both indoor and open air dining options. The meals served are traditionally Indian and the guests have options of walking into the kitchen and learning the intricacies of Indian cooking. The term Organic can be literally used here with home grown vegetables, personal dairy, poultry and supplies from other farmers in the village being used in everything that is prepared in the kitchen of Tordi Garh. Guests can relish beautiful evenings on the terraces with drinks and meals accompanied by entertainment or stroll to the stables and watch the horses, cows, goats and hens being fed and taken care of. ... more less