I spent one night here in February 2016.
The building is very special, with an arched entrance, courtyard and sprawling accommodation.
The food is good. We had lunch, dinner and breakfast. Breakfast was served on a terrace near our rooms. Dinner was eaten on the ramparts, in the company of the hospitable Raja.
Service is good.
My room was charming but provided the most basic accommodation of my trip. There was no running water in the shower or basin (take wet wipes!) and the bed, though huge, was extremely uncomfortable with a thin mattress laid upon the wide platform.
My bed hadn't been made up and it wasn't until the following morning that I discovered a sheet, neatly folded, beneath the blanket at the foot of the bed - I spent the night in my sleeping bag liner.
I'd recommend this as a place to stay for a sense of occasion. It's memorable and full of character but maybe not ideal if comfort is important to you.