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Bhainsrorgarh Fort Hotel, Bhainsrorgarh, Rajasthan, India

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About Bhainsrorgarh Fort

Situated within a sprawling fort and poised over a fantastic cliff over the Chambal river, Bhainsrorgarh offers NINE suites within a gently restored fort.  Private and family run, this is just the place for a sublime breather away from the bustle of the tourist circuits yet offering a wonderful array of activities for those seeking to explore this region.  Visits to the 9th Century Baroli temples, picnic lunch on a nearby island or in the thick forests of Hinglajgarh Fort, river safaris in country-made hand-rowed boats, sunset drives into rural settlements. Excursions include day visits to Bundi - a premier art centre, Mukundarah Hills National Park and Chittorgarh

The gracious family are your hosts and willingly introduce you to the area, its history and unspoilt beauty while pampering you with some delicious meals from their kitchens. Besides there is the endless charm of exploring on your own in the well-tended gardens and surrounding ruins.

Large suites of the palace are living spaces that open to wide verandas on one side and to brief sits outs overlooking the Chambal on the other. There are five of these suites with large attached bathrooms sporting large windows that ensure light and ventilation.  Four deluxe rooms are set inside the courtyard look over the village of Bhainsrorgarh. The rooms and suites are air-conditioned and equipped with all comforts and decorated in warm and hearty tones of rust, brown and saffron.

Bhainsrorgarh has a dining room that is off the main veranda on the first level while private dining experiences can be arranged on request on the lawns and the terrace over-looking the Chambal.

The sight of the rain clouds making its way over the river is one of the best monsoon spectacles ever.

Enjoy a perfectly cooked Indian meal under the dome on the terrace overlooking the Chambal river on a starlight night. Explore the ruins, temples and Chhatris dedicated to the rulers of yesteryears. Bhainsrorgarh for those on a long tour of Rajasthan would provide a quiet respite from all the hectic travel, it is particularly interesting for artists, poets and families who enjoy the stunning location as well as the space.

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Visit Bhainsrorgarh during the monsoons, it is magnificent sight. Sit with the local astrologer for a engaging review of your future, even if you non-beleiver, you will have fun. Learn to cook Lal Maas or Jungle Maas with your host, Hemendra. It is a secret recipe !



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11 Day Rajasthan Road trip
by Shashi0428 on 02/06/2020

My wife and I needed to stay in between Udaipur and Ranthambore during our 11 day road trip of Rajasthan. Picked Bhainsrorgarh Fort hotel, based on Trip Advisor recommendation. The Fort hotel far...

Amazing! Stunning !
by ABG1123 on 01/29/2020

Totally in love with this unique property in Rajasthan . Though it came highly recommended from a friend , the condition of the last 15km of the road made us wonder many times if it was the right...

Off the beaten track lies a stunning magical beauty
by EastNeukie on 01/08/2020

This magnificent old fort dating from the 1700s has been undergoing restoration by the owner and brother since 2006. Both are absolute gentlemen and happy to tell you all their plans for the future...


We organize cooking demonstrations at the property where we cook and share our authentic recipes with the guests. We can also arrange for the guests to go shopping for spices to the nearby town market, procure all the ingredients and cook with us.
Jeep drive to the tribal villages: Bhainsrorgarh's proximity to the Chambal River has resulted in a picturesque landscape dotted with small villages. A ride through the country side in an open four-by-four takes you through farms of wheat and mustard, typical villages under local governance and a tribal village which continue to live without electricity. The drive that takes you over half an hour from the fort finally ends near the village of Balapura that rests by the edge of a reservoir. Ideally timed before sunset, tea and biscuits are organized for guests while they take in the beauty and tranquility of a sunset in the country side - birds settling down to the day's end, stealthy jungle cats getting ready for their nocturnal prowls, village sounds of temple bells and the hustle of evening chores. Duration: 02 Hours
Boating in the river in a comfortable country boat for about 1.15 Hours. Usually this one is enjoyed early morning or in the evenings when there is more bird activity. Muggers (Crocodiles) can also be seen basking in the sun on the shores/ the island or popping their heads out from the water while you are boating in the Chambal River. The boatmen will take you around the island in the Chambal and to tributary of the Chambal called the Bamani River along the Fort wall which is partially submerged in water. We can also serve you tea and coffee on board
Angling can be done in Chambal River, where you can hook the popular Mahseer Fish or the Silund which also is a fierce fighter once hooked.
Picnic Lunches on an island from where one can site Mugger Crocodiles. Mugger sighting from your room or from the Terrace also is a regular feature. Apart from this Island we also organize picnics at one our lakes in the forest nearby. Also, on special request we can arrange for cooking session while on picnic where we cook some of the jungle recipes with limited ingredients reminiscent of the hunting camps during the Raj.
A day picnic at the Hinglaj Garh Fort which is tucked in thick forest. The approach to this fort is through the forest which makes the drive highly pleasurable. On the way you can spot Chinkaras and Blue Bulls or if lucky you could also sight a sloth bear or a Leopard. Duration: A days excursion. The guest leave after breakfast and return back by 1600 Hrs. Game drive in the Mukundara Hills National Park. Though there are less chances of spotting many wild animals but the drive is very scenic and there are a lot of birds. It is unique from other game reserves as you can walk also and you do not get to see any other tourist vehicles unlike all the other parks. This park has been declared as a Tiger Reserve in April 2013 therefore very soon Tigers would be trans - located here. Duration: 05 to 06 Hours.

Attractions & Excursions

Nearest Airport : Udaipur - 235 Km
Nearest Railway Station : Kota - 50 Km
Nearest Bus Station : Rawat Bata - 8 Km

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations 31 days prior to day and time of arrival will be entitled to full refund. In the event that cancellations are made less 31 days prior to arrival, there will be a 100% cancellation fee.

Terms & Conditions

Late check-out and early check-in is subject to availability

Check-out after 1600 hrs are subject to the following charges: 25% of the room rate between 1600-1800 hours, 50% between 1800 - 2100 hours and 100% of the room rate after 2100 hrs.

All arrivals prior to 0800 hrs are billed from the previous night. Arrivals between 0800 hrs and 1100 hrs will be charged 50% of the applicable rate.