The Peepal Kothi is a unique Farm Homestay complex nestled in the picturesque valley of the Aravally Hills, a short distance from Gurgaon and Delhi. This three-acre complex consists of a three-bedroomed "Kothi”, which reminds you of the 1930’s architecture of Punjab. The "Kothi” is modeled on the flat roofed, high-ceilinged design, with signature wrap-around verandahs. Three independent bungalows, the Dak Bungalow, The Port House, and The Mulberry Cottage are reminiscent of the Raj era tea garden bungalows. The Orangery, which serves as the dining and the recreational area, draws its inspiration from the English conservatories, with vaulted ceilings and glazed windows on all four sides.
|| Located at 40 kms from Indira Gandhi International Airport and 30 minutes from Gurgaon
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||The Peepal Kothi, Village Kota Khandewla,
PO Hasanpur, Tehsil Tauru, District Mewat,
Haryana - 222105 India
Phone: (+91) 9953998363, 965020746
Website : peepalkothi.com
|For Bookings – Haryana Tourism Delhi Office
Haryana Govt. Tourist Bureau,
36, Janpath, Chanderlok Building,
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|Accommodation and Facilities
||he Peepal Kothi has a cluster of three independent cottages; The Port House, The Dak Bungalow and The Mulberry Cottage. These cottages with wrap around verandas are inspired by the colonial bungalows that were found in tea gardens and hill stations. All cottages have their own distinctive features, artifacts and artwork which evoke the essence of the era they represent. With large glazed windows, they offer panoramic views of the gardens around them
- The Peepal Kothi being in the heart of India's golfing country offers the guests a chance of playing at some of the most picturesque and iconic golf courses of India including The Classic Golf Resort (a Jack Nicklaus signature course), The Tarudhan Valley Golf Resort (Graham Cooke), Karma Lakelands (Pacific Coast design), and Golden Greens Golf and Country Club (Dr. Martin Hawtree). Tee times can be arranged on prior notice from our guests.
- In the grounds of Peepal Kothi you can indulge in a game of Croquet, badminton and board games. You can also learn the art of Indian pottery from our in house master potter, and learn the village art of making local breads, butter and buttermilk. Bird watchers paradise, The Sultanpur bird sanctuary is a mere 20 kms away and guides can be arranged on prior notice. The country's largest Heritage transport museum is just 10 Kms away.