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The last 30 minutes of the journey is bone-shaking, but all is forgiven on arrival at a wondrous family home, transformed into a splendid hotel by the family who still live and work there. The house is 350 years old, and still full of treasures...More
I can't improve on all that has been already written. A truely unforgettable stay at the best place on our holiday so far. I can not think how any hotel can improve on Chanoud Garh. Bed was a bit hard for me but I do...More
Whilst Rajasthan has a plethora of heritage properties and more keep coming up, it is rarer to be embraced by and totally immersed in the personalised, sophisticated care of the family owners and this you receive in abundance when you finally arrive at Chanoud Garh...More
We felt overwhelmed by the warm welcome and
feel blessed to have shared magical moments with each member of the family.
We will always remember their generosity, sincerity and warmness.
Having spent a few days in the host house we can easily say that it...More
Chanoud Garh is a bit offf the beaten track but well worth the journey over appalling roads to get there. To be welcomed by Swati with a cooling cucumber drink was just the start of the most magical time. We joined her father on the...More
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It took about 3 hours with a small incorrect turn by the drive. Once you get off the highway the road is a bit "rural" so the time it takes to get there can depend on your comfort level. Either way, it is well worth the... More
It took about 3 hours with a small incorrect turn by the drive. Once you get off the highway the road is a bit "rural" so the time it takes to get there can depend on your comfort level. Either way, it is well worth the trip. If possible, take the village tour. It was still a major highlight of our trip. Good luck.