As a person who prefers quiet, family-run, non-formal places run by humble, simple folk, Utopia was a perfect choice. Flanked by hills, farms, and a lake, all you can hear are the windchimes and birds. There's an impeccably maintained lawn and rose bushes and the spotless rooms smell of fresh flowers too. To top it all, it's really close to Sula and York wineries, and you get complimentary vouchers for wine ta is that despite the rustic feel of the place, sting. As mentioned in almost every other review, the hosts (Uttara and Adwait) are really great to talk to and take every care to ensure you are comfortable. They stay a little away from the farmstay, but come in the morning with breakfast from their home. The food is excellent with enough choices and endless cups of tea. At night, they set up a bonfire for you, where we sat and chatted with another family. It was perhaps the best time we had there.
Another plus for me is that despite the rustic feel of the place, it has all the amenities one would want from a hotel -- a comfortable bed, clean towels, AC (for when you need it), and body wash and hand wash in the bathroom. They also provide a kettle, all that you need to make tea/coffee, and snacks. We were a family of 4 adults and a baby on a 2-night holiday; the rooms cost us 6000 per room per night for Sunday and 5000 for Monday.
Suggestions for improvement: It would've been great if the doors could be locked better and were easier to handle. They were wobbly and make a lot of noise when you open/shut them, and because it is a silent place, this woke up my baby several times when someone tried to come in or go out. Another request would be to also include a tiny tube of toothpaste in the bathroom; it would cost nothing but would be very convenient for a traveler.
That's that; in conclusion, Utopia is everything you would expect from a getaway. It's kind of place you go to and wished you owned it and could come back to every weekend.