Founded in 1727 AD by Sawai Jaisingh II, capital city of Rajasthan is known for its architectural heritage, magnificence and splendor. Jaipur is home to two UNESCO World Heritage Sites – the Jantar Mantar and the Amer Fort and many other forts and palaces. This fascinating city with its romantic charm takes you to an epoch of royalty and tradition. The vibrant bazaars of Jaipur that are known for traditional clothing, jewelry, leather products and blue pottery possess a timeless quality and are surely a treasure-trove for the shoppers. Not just shoppers, it is a heaven for foodies as well. With a range of its delectable cuisines, people here surely know how to live in grandeur. Dal baati churma, Lal Maas, Keema Baati, Ghewar, Kulfi are just a few of them that you must try when you are in the city.
Built in 1960 by Thakur Umed Singh, an IAS of that era, Peelwa Homestay served as a second home to Maharaja of Karauli for 10 years (1965-1975). Its located very strategically far from the crowd yet so near to the walled city, just 700 mtr from Albert Hall Museum, 1.5 km from Sanganeri Gate and 2.5 km from City Palace. It has total 7 spacious rooms, consisting of a 4 bedded family room, 1 triple bedded room, 3 Suits and 1 double room; all come with AC and attached bathrooms. There is a special dinning hall where you see royal swords on the wall, some artifacts in one corner and an historical cutlery set in other. A beautiful collection of antiques has been showcased all over the house by Thakur Ajit Singh Rathore which it a home-in-the-museum. A beautifully done garden is open for guests round the clock where you can read a book, enjoy your breakfast, listen to music or just relax.
Thakur Ajit Singh Rathore, a very prominent member of Rajput community, is the present owner and is very proud of his roots. He is a very knowledgeable person and gives meticulous attention to details. He loves to meet people, make new friends and happy to help in planning your tour. Your junior host Sanyogita Singh Rathore, daughter of Ajit Singh Rathore would love to take you around the city. Some of the guests even call her “Alexa” as she gets all the millennial lingo and is well aware of nook and corner Jaipur.
The house help Bhawar Ji, can serves a huge variety of Rajasthani cuisine and North Indian food. If you are a non-veg food lover, ask him for Laal Maans. Breakfast as per guest choice like, Paratha with curd, Sandwich, Butter Toast, Bread Omelet, Cereals, Fruits, Juices etc. Non-Veg is provided on prior demand. While you are there don’t miss Bhawar Ji’s famous Garlic Chutney.
Parking • Internat Wi-fi (approx speed – 45mbps) • Attached Bathroom • Satellite TV • Running hot & cold water • Drawing room with seating capacity of around 10 persons • Balcony and a garden • Car Hire
City Walk • Culture and Food Walks • Shopping • Reading • Elephant Ride • Ask us about workshops
Single Person: 1700/-
Double Room: 2750/-
Triple Room: 3100/-
Suite Room: 3100 /-
4 Bedded Family Room: 3900/-
Extra Person: 800/-
Upto 8year: Complimentary (no extra bed)
What you pay for a homestay, brings a direct socio-economic benefit to locals. Be proud by not asking for discount.
Hawa Mahal • Nahargarh Fort • Birla Mandir • The City Palace • Jhalna Safari Park • Jal Mahal • Rambagh Palace • Jantar Mantar • Albert Hall • Jaigarh Fort • Govind Devji Temple
Amer Fort (11 km) • Ramgarh (32 km) • Sambhar Lake (81 km) • Bhangarh (82 km) • Abhaneri (98 km) • Sariska National Park (107 km) • Ajmer (134 km) • Pushkar (145 km)
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I totally endorse Peelwa Homestay! I stayed there last month and it was serene, well-located for trips to Ajmer and Pushkar, and totally safe (I travel as a solo woman). The hospitality is excellent; the Aloo Parathas to die for!14/10/2019