It's in the midst of coconut groves and other wilderness. We were probably given the palatial suite, because the beds were huge and needed steps to get on them. We were treated like royalty. The food was exquisite.
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We stayed here for three nights with our three grand children, daughter and son-in-law. The initial feelings of isolation vanished when greeted by the warmth of the staff and excellent hot fresh food. The children quickly took to the bucolic setting and made friends with...More
We stayed in this grand old Indian home for two nights and enjoyed ourselves although it is quite isolated and very quiet if you do not have a vehicle. We were on a cycling tour and were warmly welcomed by the very helpful staff. As...More
We travelled for 4 hours for our one night stay in Shenbaga. Thought we were mad. But we were so impressed by what we had read and the images on the website we thought it would be worth it! Also having stayed extensively in Rajistan...More
We stayed here for two days. There is the hotel in the place where fluttering the ears of millet. It was a very wonderful place where we could feel nature. In this Heritage hotel, interior, decorations, all including the atmosphere were splendid. Owner "Shiva"was the...More