Kumbhal Castle Hotel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Kumbhal Castle Hotel Kumbhalgarh
Travel Blogs from Kumbhalgarh
... br> We scanned the glassy surface of the lake for the slightest hint of movement......and there it was....at first we thought it was a rather lively log, but no after closer viewing through the zoom lens of our trusty pinhole camera obscura we had a clear view of a 3-4 metre crocodile leisurely cruising across the limpid liquid.
We observed the giant prehistoric beast for several captivating minutes before the rumbling of my tumtum sent me scurrying back to the hotel for a ...
... offer us a late breakfast on our verandah – a dish of beautifully presented cut fresh fruit, lassi, toast, honey and coffee. Later, he would take Judith on a tour of the village. The walk up the 800 odd steps to the white elephant built on the summit of the rock opposite was temporarily ill-advised as a leopard was known to be in the area. Whilst, so far, he had contented himself with one or two stray dogs each day from the village, you never can tell ...
... into disrepair and had to slowly be restored - when budget allowed. They started with only 2 guest rooms initially. All the staff are from Narlai, and so, the Rana said, they may not be as polished as the staff on other properties, but their priority is helping out the village, and providing employment.
Hotel owners don’t refer to ‘hotels’, they refer to ‘properties’ - the Rana asked “which property” we were at, at Jodhpur - from ...
We decided to take a departure from the usual local buses and have a driver from the drive from Udapur to Jodhpur, so we could see the old 15th century fort of Kumbalagargh and the famed Jaia Temples of Ranakpur which were kinda sorta on the way. We had a really nice driver who we chatted to us about the caste system, Brahimin and Rajput families and their traditions (as an outcast to his family, our driver was a Brahimins and his wife, through a non approved ...
... display to us!
The next couple of hours of driving was quite interesting since much of the road was under construction, turning it from a two-lane road into a four-lane divided highway. The road alternated many times between two and four lanes confusing the occasional driver who did not realize the road was now four lanes. As a result, we were confronted with a truck coming at us head-on on the divided highway. Quite a scary moment! It's just as well that ...