One of the most agriculturally productive cities of India, Amritsar was founded in 1577 by the fourth Sikh guru, Guru Ram Das. It is spiritual and cultural center of the Sikh Religion and is among the most revered sites of the world. Its name is a derived from the Amrit Sarovar amidst which stands the Golden Temple, the most sacred Sikh shrine. It is also known for the unfortunate Jallianwala Bagh massacre. Wagah Border is only 28 km from here.
Amritsar is well connected with most of the important cities of India. Nov – Mar is a good time to visit Amritsar with pleasant weather. If you want to witness the splendor of the cultural heritage of the city, visit during Baisakhi which is celebrated on 13th or 14th April every year. It signifies the end of the harvest season marking the time of prosperity for the farmers.
It is an independent two-storied house located just on the outskirts of the city near the countryside grasslands in a serene and secured society. Away from the crowded city and tourist hustle, it is a perfect place for a peaceful stay in Amritsar. This spacious house is just 3 years old and provides all modern amenities. There are three rooms for the guests; two on the first floor and one on the top floor. There is a huge drawing room, dining area, common seating in the garden and lobby as well.
You will be hosted by an extremely hospitable Sikh family who are natives of Amritsar. Friendly and caring Prabhjot Kaur, the lady of the house, takes care of the guests. She is an excellent cook. Sukhbir Singh is the right person to catch hold of in case you need help to plan your time in Amritsar. Their son Veer, a professional diver is an avid traveler and is on the road from past 5 years. If he is not travelling during your stay, do spend some time with him for interesting travel stories. Divya, the daughter, is a professional baker/chef, trained at 5-star hotel in Delhi.
Delicious food is one of the biggest reasons for which guests always remember their stay here. Freshly cooked home-food is served. Do try Lachha Parathas prepared by Prabhjot, they are famous across the neighborhood for. Her daughter Divya specializes in Gluten-free cakes & cookies. Her non-veg curries are finger-licking good. They can served anything as per your desire and needs. From Jain food to Chinese, all kind of requests are welcome.
Cooking Class • Ping Pong • Pool Table • Swimming • Cycling • City Walk • Food Walk
AC • Running Hot Water • Books • Laundry • Kettle • Seating Areas • Dining Area • Garden
Classic Room (without balcony)
Single Person: 1100/-
Extra Person: 600/-
Superior Room (with balcony)
Single Person: 1300/-
Extra Person: 700/-
Includes: Breakfast and unlimited Tea
Lunch/Dinner: Veg. 250/- pp. Non-Veg. 350/- pp
Upto 5 year: Complimentary (no extra bed)
6-12 year: 50% (extra bed provided)
Golden Temple • Jalianwala Bagh • Partition Museum • Gobindgarh Fort • Ram Tirath • Durgiana Mandir • Ram Bagh Palace • Khairuddin Mosque
Taran Taran Sahib Gurudwara (29 km) • Wagah Border (31 km) • Sarai Amanat Khan (32 km) • Pul Kanjari (32 km) • Harike Wildlife & Bird Sanctuary (94 km)
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