Delhi, the national capital, is one of the most interesting cities of India. From visiting various historical monuments and UNESCO World Heritage sites to exploring cafes, bars and the street food joints, there are many amazing things to do in Delhi. Explore the narrow lanes of Old Delhi, soak in the old world charm at Qutub Minar and go on a food trail in the narrow lanes of Chandni Chowk. And if you are someone who likes attending fairs and events, Delhi hosts some of the best trade fairs, exhibitions, music festivals and workshops throughout the year.
This beautiful homestay is a boutique family villa with a colonial charm located in a peaceful residential area in South Delhi. It is a twenty-five minutes driving radius from the Airport, Gurgaon, Vasant Vihar and Saket. The Sultanpur Metro Station is a walking distance from here. The charm and quaintness of the Villa is reminiscent of a bygone era. Emerging from the deep ardour for human relations and meaningful experiences, the villa has witnessed a multitude of precious moments unfolding.
There are 5 spacious tastefully done guest rooms with all modern day comforts and conveniences. Each room has its own charm and character, be it lawn facing or with private balconies. There is a lovely lawn and a hall for yoga and meditation. Whether you are traveling for work, want to celebrate or need to relax in its green, quiet and peaceful setting, this is a perfect choice.
Location: It is located 500 mtr from Sultanpur Metro Station
No. of Rooms – 5; Total Capacity – 14
Delhi has the best transport facilities and reaching here is easy. The city is well-connected to major parts of the country by air, rail and road. Almost all the major airlines have their flights operating from Indira Gandhi International Airport at New Delhi. Delhi is the headquarters of the Northern Railway and is a very well connected railhead. The three major railway stations are New Delhi, Old Delhi and Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station. The three major bus stands in Delhi are Inter State Bus Terminus (ISBT), Sarai Kale-Khan and Anand Vihar. Both the government and private transport providers provide frequent bus services.
Single Occupancy: 4900/-
Double Occupancy: 5900/-
Extra Person: 1000/-
Complimentary: Wifi, Tea/Coffee kettle and Breakfast.
Upto 6 years: Complimentary (No Extra Bed)
7-12 years.: 50% (Extra bed provided)
What you pay for a homestay, brings a direct socio-economic benefit to locals. Be proud by not asking for a discount.
Hi-Speed Wifi • Running Hot Water • Air Condition • Television • Open Seating Areas • Toiletries • Bonfire • Barbecue • Pick and Drop Service (Paid) • Yoga and Meditation
Savor a delicious buffet breakfast served in a classy glass-enclosed dining room. Regular Indian homestyle cooked food is served on prior request. The property is also in close proximity to some well-known eating joints.
Bird Watching • Reading • Shopping • Village Walk • City Walk • Yoga and Meditation
Chhatarpur Temples (3km) • Jahaz Mahal (4km) • Mehrauli Archaeological Park Jamali Kamali (4km) • Qutub Minar (5km) • Dhan Mill (3km) • Jahaz Mahal (4km) • Qila Rai Pithora (5km) • Qutab Golf Course (6km) • Garden of Five Senses (6km) • Bhool Bhulaiya (6km) • Hauz Khas Village (10km) • Hauz Khas Fort (10km) • Safdarjung Tomb (13km) • Lotus Temple (15km) Humayun’s Tomb (16km) • India Gate (17km) • National Zoological Park (17km) • Jantar Mantar (18km) • Connaught Place (20km)
Red Fort (22km) • Raj Ghat (24km) • Akshardham Temple (24km) • Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary (27km) • Faridabad (30km) • Noida (33km) • Sohna (40km) • Ghaziabad (46km) • Neemrana Fort (95km)
Mamta Sharma, your host is a vibrant person who can give you a good insight into the history and culture of India. Being a Delhite, she can also share great tips on shopping, where to go, and what to do in and around Delhi. She is a great cook as well and can give you some good tips on cooking.
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