Kankarwa Haveli, Udaipur
The family at Kankarwa Haveli is Rajput descendants of the 16th century Maharana Udai Singh. They lived in and managed the village of Kankarwa, 60 km from Udaipur, for the Maharana until he required their presence in the city.
The Kankarwa Haveli was built on property given to them by the Maharana and was constructed between 1832 and 1840. This was the family’s urban home for many years.
In 1993 the family began renovation work and within two years Kankarwa Haveli is once again the ‘city dwelling’ of the original family.
When you enter this beautiful haveli, you realise immediately that you have found the perfect haven to restore your travel weary spirit. Soft cream-coloured walls are accentuated by Jewel tones of blooming bougainvillea. Greenery is displayed in the lovely courtyard and on all levels of the haveli.
You will be met in the reception area by Janardan Singh, who is a wealth of information. Ask him anything regarding where to go and how to get there. He knows everyone and his advice is invaluable. You will enjoy his winning smile and scintillating wit. The family and staff are committed to serving you and making your stay comfortable, enjoyable and memorable.
Restaurant & Bar:
Restaurant: The family kitchen is located on the roof where breakfast is served every day for guests only, between 7.30 am and 11 am. A menu of Indian and continental foods is available. This is a vegetarian house, with eggs the only exception. If clients choose, they may request lunch, which will be served at 1 pm or dinner by candlelight at 8 pm.
All requests must be made in time for these special preparations. Beverages are available at all times in the Kankarwa Haveli. Besides mineral water, coffee, tea and soft drinks may be ordered.
Bar: Not available.
Attached Bath with Running Hot & Cold Water.
Other Facilities & Services:
Doctor on Call, Laundry, Money Exchange, Car Rental, Travel Assistance
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Mobile: +91.7737074886, 9829436491
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