This is an offering of a four-bedroom bungalow, which can accommodate twelve people. The property features a lush green lawn with seating, and the retreat is ideal for a family vacation. Ample parking space is provided for those with a vehicle.
Your Space The property is nestled in a serene setting, and boasts an expansive lawn where you can start off your days with a cuppa in hand. Seating is provided in this space, so you can indulge in pleasant conversations while soaking up the fresh air. Inside, the abode has a living area furnished with comfy sofas for your convenience. The dining area boasts glass-panelled walls, so you can admire the serene view while relishing a meal. Each bedroom houses a comfy double bed with side tables, a wardrobe, a dresser, and a flat-screen television for your entertainment. The en suite washrooms are tiled and fitted with western sanitary ware.
Guests are required to provide valid identification at the time of checking in.
Located in the western ghats range, Mahabaleshwar is a popular hill station in the state of Maharashtra in India, that also served as the summer capital of Bombay province during the colonial rule. With evergreen forests, magnificent scenic "points", perennial springs, streams, and waterfalls of Mahabaleshwar plateau, and the year round superb climate makes the luscious hills of Mahabaleshwar a popular holiday spot for a weekend getaway for people from the nearby cities, and an important pilgrimage site. Some popular attractions within and around Mahabaleshwar are as follows: Venna Lake Arthur’s Seat Kate’s Point Needle Hole Point / Elephant Point Wilson Point 3 Monkey Point Krishnabai Temple Bhawani Mandir Pratapgad Fort Lingmala Waterfalls Afzal Khan Tomb Panchganga Mandir Shiva Mandir Hunting Point Savitri Point Mapro Garden and Chocolate Factory
Check In: 12:00 pm
Check Out: 11:00 am
Guests are not guaranteed any refund post booking confirmation, regardless of length of notice period provided to the host.
had quite a lovely stay with my family..loved the property and the view