We stayed one night in two tents. As it was winter, the tents were very cold, but we were able to use the bedding from the spare bed to keep warm, and slept well. The bathrooms were huge and everything seemed to work. The decor of the tents was sort of 'simulated rustic ethnic', if such a thing exists. It's a pleasant change from all the hotels that try to look as modern and Western as possible. This one was trying to look like it was a tent in Rajasthan, which indeed it was.
The place has lots of space in it, and there seemed to be several groups here who could meet without disturbing everyone else. One group had some sort of campfire in the middle of the lawn, and another sat on the verandah smoking from hookahs. This hotel would probably be great for groups in summer time, as they could utilise all the outside space for meeting, drinking, chatting, whatever. The hammock near the pool is very comfortable.
The food was OK, but nothing special. Since this place is in the middle of nowhere, there were no other options for food. Breakfast was excellent, with a wide range of dishes to choose from. One of us ordered from the menu and had her meal brought to the tent - this was convenient and there was no fuss. However, she found the biryani too spicy for her, despite specifically requesting that it not be made spicy. 'Spicy' is a variable description in India, of course.
In summary, clean and pleasant, but a bit too cold in winter, and a long way from anywhere.
Avoid the tents in winter.
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