Amidst the huge complex of fruit orchards, lawns and gardens, The Orchard Palace was built as an annex of the Huzoor Palace (the present royal residence) in the late-19th century to host personal guests of the Maharajas.
Converted into 7 double rooms which are aesthetically designed and beautifully furnished offer great comfort with all modern amenities. The ‘room of miniatures’ is a splendid sitting room with a collection of miniature paintings, brass and antique furniture.
The palace is well appointed with the 1930s and ‘40s art deco furniture, antiques and handicrafts.
More than 80 peacocks and peahens inhabit the gardens, and a variety of other birds can be watched while walking around the grounds.
One of the highlights of the palace is the Rail Saloon of the royal family of Gondal which they were using for their travels. This saloon has the accommodation with a drawing room, dining room and bedroom, beautifully finished with inlaid wood and English washrooms with a telephonic shower.
In dining option palace has a multi cuisine restaurant where Gujarati, Indian, English and Continental food is served.
An outdoor Swimming Pool is an added advantage to enjoy the relaxing time.