is located at Chhota Udepur (Gujarat,
India). Originally called Nahar Mahal, thi palatial
mansion was built about 100 years ago as the summer
residence of the royal family of Chhota Udepur in 60
acres of ground along River Orsang. Attractively set
in fruit orchards, the mansion has fountains in the
forecourt and in the courtyard. The palatial mansion
has terraces with good views of the gardens
: 5 AC Rooms.
: Indian and Continental meals cooked by the household
: Rathwa and other tribal villages of Chhota Udepur
Taluka, bordering Madhya Pradesh. There are colourful
tribal haats (weekly markets) in town and at nearby
villages. Chhota Udepur has interesting old buildings
and a tribal museum. A visit to the nearby bear
sanctuary can also be arranged with Packed lunch.
: Champaner : 70 kms, Rajpipla : 60 kms, Vadodara : 100
kms, Jambughoda : 50 kms.
Chhota Udepur is visited as
an Ex-Ahmedabad Weekend Getaway and as a part of Gujarat