Max:Price starts:₹ 4500
About Gulabi Medi
This room is on the first floor and has a lounge area and double beds. The room is decorated with antique furniture and has an ensuite bathroom.
Facilities at Gulabi MediAir Conditioned Room, Hot and Cold Running Water, TV with Satellite Channels
Max:Price starts:₹ 4500
About Jhalawar Suite
This is a spacious suite with a separate lounge which has a dining table. The bedroom has a king size bed and ensuite bathroom.
The charm of the suite is enhanced due to the antique furniture.
Facilities at Jhalawar SuiteAir Conditioned Room, Hot and Cold Running Water, TV with Satellite Channels
Max:Price starts:₹ 4000
About Sorthambha Suite
This is a palatial room with arches and has 16 pillars. A separate entrance and access to the terrace adds to the beauty of this room which has twin beds.
Facilities at Sorthambha SuiteCeiling Fan, Hot and Cold Running Water
Max:Price starts:₹ 4000
About The Verisalji Suite
Located in the inner courtyard with one main bedroom and another smaller bedroom that also has a dining table, this is a beautiful AC suite
Facilities at The Verisalji SuiteAir Conditioned Room, Hot and Cold Running Water
Max:Price starts:₹ 2000
About Lal Bungalow Annexe Room
This is a Non-AC room with an ensuite bathroom and double bed
Facilities at Lal Bungalow Annexe RoomCeiling Fan, Hot and Cold Running Water
Max:Price starts:₹ 3000
About Water Lily and Sunflower Rooms
These rooms in the farm stay are on the first and ground floors respectively. The rooms have twin beds and ensuite bathrooms.
Facilities at Water Lily and Sunflower RoomsCeiling Fan, Hot and Cold Running Water
Max:Price starts:₹ 1500
Pitched under the 'chikoo' trees at the farm the tents have twin beds and side tables and also a lounging cot outside.
A unique bathroom right at the tent's back adds to the charm
Facilities at TentsHot and Cold Running Water
The sands of time wait for none, but even time stands still at the Heritage Homestay in Kutch, your gateway to an ancient realm.
The capital of Kutch, Bhuj is a city steeped in culture. Resurrected after a massive earthquake that almost flattened it, the city is now a melting pot of colors with prominent historic buildings reminding its visitors of its rich history. From fine handicrafts that scream perfection to glittering textiles with exquisite mirror work and embroidery, Bhuj has much to offer avid travelers and souvenir collectors. The Kutch region attracts tourists and travelers from all around the world, who come to witness the changing appearances of the Rann of Kutch, a unique landscape that’s almost a geographic phenomenon. Whatever the reason that got you to Bhuj, you will have a memorable holiday when you stay at the Heritage Homestay In Kutch.
Built in 1905, the Heritage Homestay In Kutch stands the test of time and exudes the charms that make it historically and architecturally relevant. It is located in the central Kutch region and is spread over a sprawling 2-acre land. Its architecture stands true to traditional Kutch-style construction using local sandstone. Every part of the homestay, its portico, courtyards, pillared halls and stucco pavilions, has a story to tell. The family that runs the property has a school on its premises, where the guests are free to volunteer if they want. The homestay serves a variety of Indian and Continental meals to pamper the guests’ palette. You have the option of dining al fresco or in the vintage dining room which is semi-open and made of earth dust bricks. If you are interested, you can also watch and learn how the meals are prepared.
The well-appointed, yet simple, rooms at the Heritage Homestay In Kutch promise comfortable accommodation during your holiday in India’s Wild West. There are six rooms and an eco-friendly serviced apartment pavilion that comes with a tennis court. Each room has a name: the Gulabi Medi, the Jhalawar Suite, the Sorthambha Suite, the Verisalji Suite, Nava Oorda (the latest addition to the century-old homestay), and the Lal Bungalow.
The rooms and tents at the farm stay are within the orchard which covers 12 acres and seems like an oasis of green amidst the dusty terrain of Kutch. These rooms are named after flowers and the tents are called the Mandrake and Phantom!!
Each of the rooms is spacious, has a character of its own, and will make you feel like you are a part of history. All the rooms have an ensuite bathroom and are equipped with all the modern comforts you will need for a relaxed, comfortable stay at the homestay. It’s time to embrace the bygone era with open arms. This season, give the much-clichéd hill stations and beaches a miss and head to this culturally rich landscape to enjoy a memorable holidaying experience.
- Lunch and dinner are charged extra
- Extra charges apply for children above 5 years
- Extra bed is available at an additional cost
Terms & Conditions
- 100% payment to be made in advance for confirmation.
- There will be a 15% premium supplementary charges on Lodge and Breakfast during holidays and full moon days
- All meals are on fixed menu basis and kindly inform your meal requirements and preferences in advance.
- Timings: Breakfast (0800 - 0930 hrs), Lunch (1300 -1430 hrs), Dinner (2000 to 2130 hrs)
- Kindly respect the sanctity and decorum of the Homestay and the school within.
- Before 30 days – Full refund
- Before 15 days – Rs.500/- per room night.
- Between 8 – 14 days – Rs.750/- per room night.
- Between 1 – 7 day – Rs.1000/- per room night.
- Less than 1 day or No Show – 100%
- Change of Dates permissible subject to availability and within the season.
- Air Conditioned Room
- Car Parking
- Ceiling Fan
- Hot and Cold Running Water