Durag Niwas was a synonym for "A HOME AWAY FROM HOME". I had the pleasure of staying there for 3 months while I was volunteering for Sambhali Trust. The landlady Mukta has a heart of gold, she is very friendly, and what she and the staff at the guest house do not know is not worth knowing !!! 😉 Washing facilities and fridge available as well as complementary water. Great location, near a typical Indian fruit and veg market and right next to a sports Stadium with a running 👣 a walking track. Would definitely recommend it. ENJOY 😊👌
So cozy, so magical to come into Jodhpur and enter this beautiful oasis. Great food and service too. It is “real India”. The location is quite, what I liked, but not to far from the busy part. I got some good recommendations from the owner what I should go and see and eat in town. Felt super safe traveling alone and got to meet amazing amazing new friends.
I stayed here for 3 months. It’s a lovely guest home located in a great area of Jodhpur. The owners, Govind and Mukta, couldn’t be nicer. The staff were wonderful. We were able to arrange local tours right at the guest house. They will recommend best places to shop, eat, and places of interest. You really get to know and understand India when you stay here. It is like being part of the family. Highly recommend this guest house. Don’t miss the opportunity to see the Blue City in a home away from home.
I’ve stayed at the guesthouse twice and highly recommend it. The food served in the dining area was always delicious; the staff was friendly and helpful and the owners, Govind and Mukta were warm and welcoming. If you want to have a home base at the guesthouse and take excursions, they’ll recommend places to see and arrange trips for you . There is so much to see and experience in and around Jodhpur and I highly recommend spending some time here!
I stayed here for a month while volunteering at Sambhali Trust (which has a connection to this guest house). It's a genuine Indian experience! It's family run, and you'll get to know the family and the very helpful staff (if you want). I especially enjoyed that there was a mix of volunteers and travelers, and when I go back next month, I'll look forward (this time as just a traveler) meeting both Sambhali volunteers and other travelers and reuniting with the family and staff. There is a wide range of rooms (more basic ones for volunteers, but fully adequate) and a beautiful courtyard. I loved the Indian food (3 meals a day as a volunteer). The location is not in the center of the city, but it's very easy to get a tuk-tuk (or Uber) to the center. The advantage is that it's…