Chhotaram Prajapat's Homestay
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10.0
GRANDON from United States
Group
Traditional Standard Hut
Stayed 2 nights in September 2017
FANTASTIC STAY
A group of 10 of us stayed with Chohotaram and his family for only two nights. It was the favorite part of our India trip. Great food and great experience. The rooms are humble but very comfortable. Breakfast each morning was so delicious. We had Chhotaram take us on a village tour and out to the Jain temple. He also helped us arrange tranportation for the next few days at a great price. To top it off, we ran into some trouble later in our trip and we called Chotaram for help! We really trusted him and had a great experience.
Reviewed September 25, 2017
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10.0
Dmitri from Canada
Couple
Traditional Standard Hut
Stayed 2 nights in March 2017
Amazing, Amazing, Amazing!
What a great stay! Everything was perfect. The family, hospitality,food, day tour, the village, people. I am extremely happy we stayed here and wouldn't hesitate to return again!
Reviewed March 26, 2017
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8.8
Vanessa from Switzerland
Couple
Suite
Stayed 1 night in February 2017
Nice authentic Indian experience
Awesome for anyone wanting to share part of a rural Indian family. They are very welcoming and happy to share any side of their daily life and traditions: we helped preparing the dinner in their kitchen, we tried on traditional clothes, they showed us how they make carpets and we're open to any questions we had. The huts are cute, basic but with everything you need (towels, hot water, electricity, sockets)
Reviewed February 10, 2017
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9.6
sally from Australia
Couple
Double Full Board
Stayed 3 nights in January 2017
great homestay
Real rural experience. Wonderful warm hospitality and fantastic home cooking. Truly made to feel one of the family. Our best stay in india. Thoroughly recommend if you can manage with hot water in bathroom but not in shower and are happy to sit on charpoys and floor (there were a couple of upright chairs too). We absolutely loved it and felt privileged to have this experience. We stayed 3 days and could have stayed a week!
Reviewed February 02, 2017
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9.2
Janet from United States
Family with teens
Traditional Standard Hut
Stayed 1 night in January 2017
This family and homestay were perhaps our favorite place we visited in Rajasthan on our holiday. My granddaughter and I loved the family, 4 handsome sons, and they're lovely mother we had a genuine e
His family was wonderful to us and we learned about Rajashani hospitality and family life.. I'd go back again!
Reviewed January 10, 2017
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9.6
david from United Kingdom
Couple
Double Full Board
Stayed 3 nights in January 2017
A real privilege
This is an extraordinary place to say. Chhotu and the whole family genuinely welcome you to join them in their daily life. The walks and trips were excellent, and all arrangements made without fuss. The 'huts' were basic but charming. Predictably, the other guests are both enjoyable to be with, and a great source of information for travelling. Believe the reviews about this place!
Reviewed January 07, 2017
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10.0
Zach from United States
Couple
Double Full Board
Stayed 3 nights in December 2016
Great authentic village experience
My wife and I thouroughly enjoyed staying with Chhotaram and his family. From the moment we first arrived and were greeted warmly by his wife and sister-in-law, we were made to feel like part of the family. We spent time exploring the surrounding village, Jodhpur and beyond with Chhotaram and his brothers, and had some of our favorite experiences in India. The room was nice with a comfortable bed and Western style bathroom, and the fact that it is all in a traditional mud hut adds to the charm. Overall, highly recommended!
Reviewed December 17, 2016
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10.0
Anda from Canada
Solo traveler
Double Full Board
Stayed 1 night in August 2016
Nothing but gratitude for this experience!
I spent one night at Chhotaram's homestay in August as a solo female traveler. From the moment I was dropped off by my driver and greeted by Chhoto's mother and father, I felt welcomed by and at home with this family. You can read about the accommodations (simple, yet very clean), the activities (well organized and very interesting), as well as the food (homemade and delicious!), in others' reviews, but for me, the best part of this homestay was interacting with this wonderful family. I was especially interested in hearing their story, whether it was about how the homestay came to be, the village dhurry cooperative that they are part of, or just the way in which they function with 14 extended family members living under the same roof. As I watched Chhoto's parents weaving together early in the morning, I spoke with Chhoto, who was so generous with his time, and answered the many questions I had for him. Quite honestly, I fell in love with this family, the way they work hard, and are honest and genuinely kind in dealing with each other and their guests. I left with wonderful memories, fantastic images and one handwoven dhurry. I will hopefully be back one day soon, and will leave with more than just one beautiful dhurry next time!
Reviewed September 06, 2016
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6.0
wolfgang from Germany
Couple
Double Full Board
Stayed 1 night in March 2016
nice experience but little overpriced
it was nice to stay in a traditional hut, but it was way more touristic than we thought. the cooking was 10 minutes roti course. the waving was 10 minutes with 10 minutes trying to sell carpets and we all got dressed in traditonal outfits and the girls henna, which was also nice. the food was disappointing for everyone. one curry plus chapati and not enough for everyone.
Reviewed April 03, 2016
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9.3
John from Canada
Couple
Double Full Board
Stayed 2 nights in March 2016
Great experience
The hospitality, the food, the opportunity to learn about village culture and traditions.
The owners of this homestay are providing something really special by opening their home to visitors and sweeping them along for the ride as they go about their daily lives. Our host picked us up from the train station in Jodhpur and from that moment seemed to be completely focussed on making sure we had the best time and experience possible. The food was prepared over a fire on the floor was simple yet delicious and among the best meals we've had in India. The accommodation is in round, mud and cow dung thatched huts that are clean and comfortable without being too fancy in order to stay as close as possible to their traditions. This a family of weavers who also run the local weaving cooperative (Pukhraj durry udhyog), so not only can you see dhurries being made by the family, but you can also see (and buy) those from the cooperative as well. India is a country of villages so this was a wonderful opportunity to get off the tourist trail of cities, palaces and forts for a short time to see and experience village life with a warm and welcoming family.
Reviewed March 19, 2016
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