Shahpura Bagh is perfect for every traveller who celebrates slow travel. The restored erstwhile royal home makes for an ideal setting to hit the brakes on a Rajasthan itinerary, and gives travellers time to live in the countryside with premium comforts.
There are over 250 small lakes in and around Shahpura, making this is a bird watcher’s paradise with over 180 species of birds. The closest lake is only a stroll away, delighting every bird watcher.
There are two mansions in the estate, Nahar Niwas and Umed Niwas, and a two-bedroom luxury villa that house the Royal Suites, Suites and Luxury Villa Suites.
Nahar Niwas is also the family residence, which houses the private dining, lounge and bar. The residences are set in the centre of the large gardens of the estate, the surrounding woods and the lakes on the banks of which
Shahpura Bagh is situated. All of them are air-conditioned and have generous spaces, furnished elegantly in warm tones of green, rust and brown. The ensuite bathrooms are delightfully large with modern fixtures and luxury amenities.
Alfresco dining is a popular option for breakfast and lunch. Dinners are often in front of Nahar Niwas after a quiet evening under the stars. The cuisine is signature, recreated from menus passed down over generations which family’s cook can showcase on request. Special requests made prior to check-in can be accommodated by the property. All the ingredients are sourced from the in-house organic garden and local markets in Shahpura town that offer fresh, seasonal vegetables and fruits.
The swimming pool at Shahpura Bagh is a great hit with sun-worshippers and even the harsh winter provides a warm respite to wash away the fatigue of travel