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Aambagan The Riverside Treehouse

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Pallishree Holding No-408, O.B. Road, Arambag 712601 India
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Pallishree Holding No-408, O.B. Road, Arambag 712601 India
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Kaushik Sarkar wrote a review Nov 2019
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Visited the property between 9th and 10th November. While service and food were decent, our tree house, in which we were rather cramped for space, was swarming with ants, so much so, that even frequent spurts of insecticide wouldn’t do much good. We spent most of the night awake, warding off armies of ants that came from nowhere. Linen used was dirty, towels bore marks of shoddy washing..all in all, a horrifying experience, considering the tariff that was being charged.
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Date of stay: November 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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smitra wrote a review Sep 2019
Kolkata (Calcutta), India164 contributions82 helpful votes
While coming from Kolkata, drive straight to Bardhaman and take left turn from there, drive for 40-50 minutes along Bardhaman- Arambagh road. The place is situated inside a nursery and beside Dwarkeswar river. Need to walk about 10 minutes from the parking area. Not recommended for seniors or anyone with walking/climbing restrictions. The 3 tree-houses are smallish bed rooms made of wood. These are equipped with AC, TV sets. They also have very small, attached washrooms with geyser.It takes some time to get hot water. There is an additional tree-house, which serves as a common area for guests and doubles up as the dining room. That too is equipped with AC, TV, washroom, indoor games for kids etc. Down below, there is a swing, place for small games etc. They also serve barbecue chicken, when its not raining. The food is quite good, generally Bengali cuisine. You can have posto bora, kosha mangsho, chingri malaikari, fresh katla curry etc.. The staff members are quite helpful and well mannered. You can have a look at their private zoo which has lots of exotic birds , a few turkeys, emu, one iguana and they also have dogs, which we missed. They also run an institute for people/kids with special needs. Overall a good experience. Tips - 1. Rooms are good enough to accommodate a couple + 1 kid max. 2. Go in a big group and book all the 3 rooms to ensure privacy. Sharing the common area with others may be chaotic 3. There are lot of mosquitoes. Cover your legs and carry repellents
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Sandipta wrote a review Mar 2019
Kolkata (Calcutta), India20 contributions25 helpful votes
We have been to this place twice during winters with family for picnic.Firstly Their hospitality is very good.The moment we reached our breakfast was ready.We had Luchi,Alu-Phulkopir torkari and Rosogolla followed by tea.The food was very tasty.The lunch was also very good.We had Rice,Dal,Alu Bhaja,Mutton.In between they provided us Chicken pakoras. Overall the food was really good. The tree houses are just fantastic.The tree houses are maintained very well and the interior decoration is also pretty good.There are 4 tree houses in total.We were a group of 12-13 ppl and we were given 2 tree houses. On the other side of the road you can visit their nursery.You will get to see various birds and animals.The nursery is also very well maintained. I would suggest this place.
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Date of stay: December 2018
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Sayan_Agontuk wrote a review Dec 2018
Kolkata (Calcutta), India16 contributions3 helpful votes
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A wonderful property to spent a couple of days with Family and friends. It has a total of 4 tree houses with one dedicated as a family room. Has all the modern amenities aling with a nice collection if books and Dvd's. A range of games available for both kids and adults alike. Amazing service, lip smacking food a huge nursery with a wonderful collection of plants and birds. Bornfire and BBQ was the icing on the cake. Just a couple of suggestions - the Treehouse rooms are smell, bathrooms should have an exhaust fan and a rack at least. But overall a wonderful 2 nights spent.
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Date of stay: December 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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Anindya Dey wrote a review Jun 2018
Kolkata (Calcutta), India109 contributions39 helpful votes
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We were 2 families with kids on a road trip to Kamarpukur and Joyrambati and decided to spend a night in this property after having stumbled upon it while checking TripAdvisor. This place is awesome with service unparalleled to any star category. There are 4Tree houses of which 3 are double bedded room with attached toilet while the one is a sitting and dining room with a washroom attached and a veranda overlooking rather placid river Dwarakeshwari which reveals its fearsome color during the heightened monsoon. This place is serene amidst lots of tree offering you a natural habitat that we yearn for. The rooms were a bit small but exceptionally well maintained with TV/ Dish TV, Geyser, Shower and a powerful split AC, Fan. As the night set-in, the gentry lit up the fire candles which brought in the certitude of being inside the wood. We settled down in the sitting area caressing scotch and spending quality time with kids and family over movie, board games, food and guffaws. It was an evening of relaxation and nothing else. Next morning, we had our breakfast in the opens. In between we quickly tried our hands on Dart, Table Tennis, Cricket and even bow & arrow. Yes they have it all. The entire staff were fabulous bunch of hard working and caring lot. That’s when we decided to be back in winter to get pampered for at least a couple of nights. This place may not suit people with walking disability as it calls for walking within the sprawling farm. This is particularly for those who love wilderness and can be at peace with oneself, introspecting or otherwise. Long live Aambagan. P.S: during the season of mango, be careful as mangoes would definitely fall aplenty, including over you.
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Date of stay: June 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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IndiaWest BengalHooghly DistrictArambag
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