Vinayak Guest House Bikaner

near junagarh fort, old ginani bikaer
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Vinayak Guesthouse is a small family home that has been welcoming travelers for a few years.It is run by a retired Indian Air Force Officer who now works with(ABHIVYAKTI) Urmul Trust, a local NGO in rajasthan, his wife, and their son,a zoology student. vinayak guest house is in the centre of city, junagarh fort-400meters,. bus station - 1.5 km, railway station- 1.3 km.we provide you free pick up from railway/bus station. Everyone leaves feeling as though they've been adopted by a lovely Rajasthani family.Vinayaka guesthouse has Rooftop giving a commanding view of the Junagarh Fort, of Lallgarh Palace and of other prominent landmarks of the city, up to the sand dunes surrounding Bikaner. Visit VinayakGuest House for a comfortable and secure stay with friendly and cultured host.Enjoy our customs, culture, hospitality and rituals as well as delicious Rajasthani food!. With a warm and friendly atmosphere, Vinayak provides not only excellent value accomodation,but also tasty meals (with a complimentary cooking course from the resident mother and chef) and engaging conversations.we also provide camel safari in Thar desert of rajasthan around Bikaner. 24 hour reception. . 24 hour hot showers. . No curfew. . Safety deposit. . Lockers in dorms. . Internet. . Tours/Travel Desk. . Washing machines. . Lounge area. . Restaurant

Vinayak Guest House Bikaner Rates and Room Information

from 100 rs to 500rs

Latest Reviews for Vinayak Guest House Bikaner

nice place to stay
by MarticaW on Mar 22, 2010.   Rating:
I am also really surprised of so many negative reviews of this place. I was there with my friend in December 2009 and we spent a nice time there. Apart of everything - it was very very cold but the atmosphere in the guesthouse was really warm. The price of the room ( 300 Rs ) was adequate to the standard. The family was really ... read more »
I would not recommend staying here!!!
by CarlaSyd on Jan 19, 2010.   Rating:
I stayed here in December 2009. I was a female travelling alone. I believe that the owner, Jitu had a real problem with that. He was overly helpful to the couples, families and men but was nothing but rude to me. The only time he was nice to me was when he asked me to give him a good review! I stayed for NYE and got back ... read more »
"We were ripped off'
by garry75 on Nov 05, 2009.   Rating:
I would not recommend staying here. I went by all the reviews on this site before making my overseas reservations. Read thru all the fine print and understood that there was no cancellation policy ... not in writing and not verbally. We got there....Jitu and wife were most friendly and helpful however, the big push was to do ... read more »
A fantastic place to relax
by vonkla on Jun 30, 2009.   Rating:
We stayed there in march 2009. We arrive at 7.30 in Bikaner and have no problem to find a rickshaw to bring us to Vinayak. It looks as we expected, a quit small guest-house with a courtyard and a terrace with a roof. It is wonderful to sit there and enjoy the fine dinners. For 300 rs we got a clean room with attached bathroom ... read more »
not happy
by peter77 on Apr 09, 2009.   Rating:
I came to know about Vinayak from your website . And reading the reviews it appeared quite OK to me but let me tell you guys it was the worst ever experience of my life and travel. To locate the guest house was easy. We were offered a room with ok ok amenities. The bathroom wasn't clean . But we were assured that room service ... read more »
I was there in early December
by burbujasdeamor on Feb 14, 2008.   Rating:
I was there in early December, 2007, stayed 5 nights and wished I'd stayed 5 weeks! Not that there's lots to do in Bikaner, but just to stay within the compound of the guesthouse and eat the fantastic food (and learn from) of Mama Raj! There is free rickshaw pickup from the train or bus station, make sure you pre-arrange with ... read more »
First let me say
by Bex on Nov 29, 2007.   Rating:
First let me say, Jitu and his family are probably the nicest bunch of people you are likely to meet in India. The guesthouse is small, clean, quiet and the beds are comfy. Our double was 350rps, with bucket hot water, and you can get delicious thalis made by Jitu's mum for dinner. Its a family run place, so they insist you ... read more »
Rating 10 out of 10 is NOT enough...
by Percy on Nov 06, 2006.   Rating:
Rating 10 out of 10 is NOT enough to express the experience you will have with this family. Further, the desert safari organised by Jitu from this guesthouse is not to be missed - however long or short. They catered to our every needs with a smile on their face. By the way, the food prepared by Mama Raj IS NOT TO MISSED - ... read more »
Vinayak Guest House is definitely...
by natasha chanda acharya on Jul 19, 2006.   Rating:
Vinayak Guest House is definitely the best place you can be in Bikaner. A really good experience it was for me. After spending vacant-hotel-ceiling evenings in Jaisalmer, not to mention touts and thugs, coming across the Solanki family was a real treat. The rooms are a steal for the kind of comfort they offer. Very nice clean ... read more »

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