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Haveli Uma Megh Tourist Guest House

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Balchand Para Near Nawal Sagar Lake, Bundi 323001 India
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#10 of 30 in Bundi
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away from the noise & pollution, at the foot of the Fort-Bank of Nawal Sagar Lake, Having a Garden the oldest part of the city. once give service and you feel like home stay at our place. we give good customer satisfaction as people staying enjoy at our place. Thanks Uma Megh Team
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Car hire
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24-hour security
Parking
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Breakfast in the room
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24-hour check-in
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Rainbow666 wrote a review Mar 2020
Visp, Switzerland57 contributions5 helpful votes
We came here while coronacrises. We had to stay here for a long time, but we were happy to be at this quiet and nice place. The family that runs the guesthouse was very polite and helpful if you needed them. We really appreciate that they gave us hospitality. The room we had at the backside was simple but sweet. Just in the morning you have to be a little careful, because the monkeys are around, but that is kind of funny. Also you are in 10 minutes at the market or ATM which was helpful in this time we stayed here in Bundi. Also I just want to say thank you Uma Megh for everything.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled
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Ali mehdi wrote a review Nov 2019
37 contributions7 helpful votes
Old haveli in the naval Sagar area , room have view of the dirty lake with lots of mosquitoes , not clean bathroom and room is ok , they have lake side restaurant which is also ok . WiFi is really slow and not possible to use in the room so if u want to use wi-fi u have to sit near WiFi router. They have safe parking that a good thing . And it's easy on pocket so it's ok ok place to stay in bundi
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled
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gaia1111 wrote a review Apr 2019
Houston, Texas6 contributions2 helpful votes
This is a enchanting place very charming with an old essence. The owner is super attentive and nice. The room very clean, i found the bed to be very comfortable. The restaurant serves good food for reasonable price and you can have such a lovely view to the water. I wouldve loved to stay longer. Bundi is a great place to explore and disconnect from the chaos.
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Date of stay: April 2019Trip type: Travelled
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adamandizzy wrote a review Oct 2017
Norwich129 contributions34 helpful votes
Stayed here for a night while exploring Bundi. We hadn't booked anything and just showed up here. Room was lovely, a bit dated but had everythinng we needed. En suite, shower etc. The view from the bedroom window was what sold it to us, fantastic views of the lake. They were also happy to negotiate on price slightly. Really lovely guesthouse.
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Date of stay: October 2017Trip type: Travelled
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sylvain0102 wrote a review Oct 2017
Paris, France15 contributions24 helpful votes
Hostel location is quite perfect : in the touristy neighboorhood, by the lake (and close to the fort and the palace too), our room did have a view on the lake, which is very nice when waking up. The rooms seem old but do have some character and you feel like chilling our in them. Our room was with shared bathroom and the bathroom was very old, only one room with shower and toilets for several rooms (so you can wait quite a lot if someone is washing while you just wanna take a leak). But several things made that we didn't enjoy this experience as much as we could have. First when we arrived at the train station, in the night, a tuk-tuk driver came to us with the name of our hotel and our name, so we went with him, thinking that our hotel had arranged something to pick us up at the station without telling us (it had happened once in Jaisalmer). But when we get to the hotel, the tuk tuk driver asked 200Rs from us (while the ride was worth 100 at most), when we complained to the manager of the hotel, he told us that he had never given our name to any tuk tuk driver (OK but how did he get it ?!). So I can't recommend a hotel where you get scammed even before entering the hotel premises. Then the hotel restaurant was really overpriced and they were stingy on everything : the nutella pancake for instance had only the name of it and you could barely feel that there was any nutella at all, and it was the same for everything. Finally the scooter that we rented from the hotel was also overpriced and we didn't feel like it was safe at all (direction issues), and we had to wait a long time for the manager that was supposed to come to our room to give us the keys.
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Date of stay: October 2017
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joellepeloquin wrote a review Mar 2017
Montreal, Canada10 contributions1 helpful vote
This is the perfect place to stay in Bundi. The location is directly on the lake and from our room we had the most gorgeous and peaceful view! The room is really authentic haveli style and we thought all the little details were really charming (colored glass windows, little flower vases over the bathroom arch). The garden is a great place to relax, really clean with a lot of flowers and birds and directly on the lake too, and garden restaurant serves good food. Most of all, the owners were so kind and helpful with us and we are really glad we met them :) Wish we could have stayed longer. thank you!
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Date of stay: March 2017Trip type: Travelled
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Murilo S wrote a review Mar 2017
Quepos, Costa Rica7 contributions8 helpful votes
So we go from pushkar to bundi. We previously booked our rooms through Agoda. When we get there, the owner (young man, not very polite) tells us there's no room available, because he didn't check the bookings...even though we fully payed for them online a day ahead. After shamefully taking us across the town to other guesthouses, he arranges us a room in another place, insisting that the fault of this all was the system of the website. For our surprise other guesthouses around town are way cheaper, friendlier, cleaner and of course minimally professional compared to this. After a lot of excuses the guy paid us the amount we had previously booked in cash, not without saying: "im taking the loss, you should talk to the company but ok". Hahaha it's funny if it wasn't just sad. I can't help but yell to everyone to not book this place. There's plenty of other cheap options in family run guesthouses around Bundi without the lack of respect this place has.
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Date of stay: March 2017Trip type: Travelled
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Kyle P wrote a review Mar 2017
12 contributions8 helpful votes
We are two backpackers from the UK and stayed at Uma Megh for one night. The guesthouse itself is absolutely beautiful and the manager was extremely helpful and accommodating. Uma Megh is full of character and was clean throughout. The room we had was lovely, had fantastic views of the lake and the beds were exceedingly comfortable. In terms of facilities, the building does have hot water which simply needs to be switched on ten minutes before use (no big deal) as well as shower and toilets. Uma Megh does have wifi however it was not particularly good when we stayed there; although this really did not detract from our experience. We had a late bus to catch from Bundi to Jodhpur in the evening of the day of checkout, and the manager was more than happy to securely store all of our bags the whole day at no cost. All in all, we would definitely stay here again!
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Date of stay: March 2017
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La R wrote a review Feb 2017
24 contributions2 helpful votes
You stay in a beautiful blue haveli where also locals live. The room is decorated beautifully and feels like a home. Good beds, warm shower and a great view on the lake from the room. Has a nice rooftop as well with a view on the village and surrounding mountains. There is a restaurant with tasty food, although it lacks a nice atmosphere and the waiters are annoying. I would suggest to have dinner somewhere else on a rooftop restaurant.
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Date of stay: February 2017Trip type: Travelled
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wondermag wrote a review Jan 2017
Roma14 contributions14 helpful votes
I came here 6 years ago and I was very happy to find again my corner of happiness. Big bright clean rooms some with some without bathroom but always very hot water nice staff and lovely views from the 2 floor rooms. A special mention goes to Ram ji who is a real cook, he should deserve the first place and I would say not only among the restaurants in Bundi, but in Rajastan, and to my experience, in India. A nice setting, facing Bundi lake and sharing the garden with the lovely Uma Megh haveli. Of course there are more elegant top level restaurants around India, but here you pay small prices for a really special cuisine. Explosions of different spices, he also adjust properly the 'hot' for those who are not to used to high doses of chili, but keeping the taste to top standards. Even the classic dishes here they are on a different level: my favourites so far are the stuffed capsicum and the special eggplant. Go go go and try it, he really deserves it! And if the winter evenings are a bit cold, the nice staff will set up a little fire to keep you warm! I wrote by mistake the review of this place on another restaurant with a similar name.. the one I ment is this one.. garden cafe!
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Date of stay: January 2017Trip type: Travelled
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PRICE RANGE
$11 - $12 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
IndiaRajasthanBundi DistrictBundi
NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about Haveli Uma Megh Tourist Guest House
Which popular attractions are close to Haveli Uma Megh Tourist Guest House?
Nearby attractions include Geet Art & Jewellery (0.3 km), Garh Palace (0.3 km), and Taragarh Fort (0.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Haveli Uma Megh Tourist Guest House?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Haveli Uma Megh Tourist Guest House?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Haveli Uma Megh Tourist Guest House?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Haveli Uma Megh Tourist Guest House?
Conveniently located restaurants include Baori View Restaurant, A&R Cafe, and Lake View Garden Restaurant.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Haveli Uma Megh Tourist Guest House?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Hindi.
Are there any historical sites close to Haveli Uma Megh Tourist Guest House?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Garh Palace (0.3 km), Taragarh Fort (0.3 km), and Bundi Palace (0.3 km).