Discover a fascinating past and an enchanting present at SaffronStays Jaipura Garh.
For long now, Jaipur has been a paradise for history lovers. Its historic forts, spectacular monuments, and various UNESCO World Heritage Sites are imbued in history and SaffronStays Jaipura Garh is replete with examples of the same.
Winner of the Best Heritage Home at the VFS Global Times Travel Awards 2018, SaffronStays Jaipura Garh is Jaipur’s piece de resistance that epitomizes 17th-century magnificence. It is handsomely located amidst fields of gold in the village of Jaipura, around 40 km away from Jaipur city. SaffronStays Jaipura Garh is quintessentially Indian in its fabric.
This land was gifted to the Jagir of Jaipura by Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh I in 1800’s. The current owner Mr. Amit Rajendrakumar Gupta bought this heritage property in 1991 and since then has meticulously invested in restoring it to its former glory. The enchanting haveli has been tastefully built upon the original structure.
Ardent to its pristine historic architecture and interior design, this fort-house has been soulfully renovated to preserve its supreme level of comfort and flair. Aesthetically-pleasing interiors, courteous staff, and delectable food make a stay at this 200-year-old palace a trip to remember.
This ornate mansion retains the luxuriousness of the past combined with all creature comforts that city slickers are used to. The rambling courtyard at the entrance serves as a dining space while the other is surrounded by rooms on all the sides. Inside, the walls are peppered with centuries-old padlocks, fans, shields, and swords reminiscent of the days of the past. Partake of a wealth of experiences through the curios and artifacts that had been made long ago by the masters of the craft. The hallways echo with whispers of history and there are stories weaved in every painting, photo frame, chandelier, and silverware.
Experiences at Jaipura Garh
Live the Royal Rajasthani moments within the walls of this majestic heritage home. Devote mornings to walking through mustard fields or going on camel cart rides, afternoons for feasting on traditional Rajasthani delicacies, and leave the serene evenings to stargazing under the open skies. Indulge in activities like pottery making workshop, bird watching, cook along sessions etc. Get blown away by the local musicians and dancers who come together to show you a culturally rich side of Rajasthan.
The timeless grandeur of this magnificent and stately setting, promises a magical experience of the bygone regal era of Rajasthan. Come experience history, and live within it…