Fort Madhogarh – Off-beat Heritage Getaway

Heritage Hotel | Offbeat Hideaway

(Nivalink Trip Dated - 18 March 2008)
(Nivalink Trip Dated - 18 March 2008)
(Nivalink Trip Dated - 18 March 2008)
(Nivalink Trip Dated - 18 March 2008)
(Nivalink Trip Dated - 18 March 2008)

Fort Madhogarh is a heritage hotel situated from Jaipur off the Jaipur-Agra highway (NH11). Fort Madhogarh is 400-year-old property, which earlier served as residence of the royals and is converted into a heritage hotel. The fort has 13 rooms (different categories), which provide fabulous view along with all modern amenities. It also offers authentic Rajasthani, Indian and continental cuisine.
The Fort offers special attractions & activities like cooking classes of Rajasthani cuisine, camel rides and jeep safari to the village, afternoon tea at sunset terrace, folk music performance, special picnic trip to ancient Nai ka Nath Temple, visit to the Patan dam etc.
Fort Madhogarh is a recommended off-beat homely heritage getaway and is also recommended for an experiential traveler looking to experience area beyond popular touristy offerings.
Recommended Stay Duration – 2 nights

  • Fort Madhogarh is recommended as Experiential Retreats on Golden Triangle Route

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