This heritage building ,more than 160 years old, made in typical British architectural pattern with arched verandah, 2.25 feet thick stone walls, high ceiling, was a part of extensive British military transit camp, spread over 127 acres area in early mid 19th century (around 1838) Khandwa.
Khandwa is also famous for its local saint known nationally Dada Dhuniwaale, who took his last breath here. Famous Hindu temples at Omkareshwar and Jain temples at Siddhawarkoot are about 60 km away in Khandwa district.
The fan-cooled rooms feature a cable TV and seating area. The attached bathrooms are fitted with a shower.The in-house restaurant serves Indian and Chinese cuisines. Room service is available for limited number of hours.
Car Rental: The Hotel can arrange cars on demand. Kindly contact Reception for details. Religious Place/ Local sightseeing
Khandwa is an ancient town, with many places of worship, like many other towns in India. Mostly they are Hindu and Jain temples. During the 12th century A.D. it was a center of Jainism. During British rule, it passed nearby Burhanpur (now a separate district) as the main commercial centre of the Nimaad region. Khandwa is a major railway junction, where the Malwa line connecting Indore with the Deccan meets the main east-west line from Mumbai to Kolkata.
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