As others have already said - a secure, garden courtyard family household. Restful & quiet environment. Rooms are old, historic but attractively decorated & furnished. An upper floor loggia has outdoor seating. Located 4km from Railway Stn but only 10 minutes walk from Pink City (M.I. Road) & Albert Hall Museum. Mrs Singh's dinner dishes are an elegant treat. Wifi is free - available on request.
Stayed here in January for a few days. Rooms-Its an old Haveli that has been refurbished into a hotel so you'll find the rooms to be clean and nice.There are coffee tables and chairs outside each room for you to sit out and enjoy your mornings and evenings.The rooms can get cold in winters as there is no heating. The family is very hospitable and will take care of your comforts. Food -The food is a homemade affair...good if you want to savor Indian food.Breakfast is toast and eggs. Snacks can be ordered Service- As its a family run hotel don't expect room service or 24 hr assistance.But they try their best to help you. Overall a good experience.
It's an oasis in busy jaipur. We spend 4 days in "Nana ki Haveli" and had an excellent time. Every evening we finished the day with a lovely ginger tea on the balcony and enjoy the kites. The stuff is very friendly and helpful, and can book you a tour. everything was clean and tidy. The pink city is in walking distance and on the way to there you could try some nice food. Our favourite one is on the corner to pink city. On the evening the have tasty warm milk and during the day delicious lassi. We definitly could recommende this guesthouse and would there stay again.
We found it a nice place. The rooms were nice. It was nice to have a bath in the bathrooms, though the hot water supply was pretty awful (very low pressure). The dining room was like a cave and the amount of breakfast supplied was rather ungenerous. We'd have preferred to have paid a la carte for breakfast and then been able to order what we liked rather than plead for extra eggs or decent sized bowls of cornflakes.
I got an auto rickshaw to take me straight to this hotel because it had such a good review on trip advisor - and it was wonderful! A real haven of peace in a noisy, busy city, and a close enough walk (or cycle rickshaw ride) to the Pink City to make it a really good place to stay. Bazaar tip: once you get inside the Pink City gate, turn left into Bapu Market if you want a quieter but fabulously colourful time. There are still plenty of traders eager to sell you their wares, but there's MUCH less traffic, so it's much less noisy. And with any luck, once Mr Modi's Clean India campaign takes hold, the streets everywhere will soon be cleaner as well (for the benefit of everyone, not just fussy tourists!).