Jaadooghar Sindhudurg, started with the fundamental idea of connecting the human chord
with nature, by offering a chance to its visitors to leave behind the extravagances and mechanical living of the city life and enjoy a laid back holiday amidst an abundance of fresh breeze, plants, fruits, natural fragrances and other species.
A hidden getaway located in a remote Maharashtrian village, it is best suitable for people open to exploring a regional culture, connect with the villagers, and have a quiet retreat on the coastal plains. The weather conditions of the property are generally cool throughout the year as the cottages are encircled with coconut and betel nut trees.
Jaadooghar Sindhudurg delivers the experience of staying in dense plantations with a stream flowing by, leading to the creation of a microclimate which is distinctly different from the climate outside the farm.
Engage in a guided walk through the dense tropical plantations of coconut, betel nut, spices, banana and mango. You will also be introduced to the beneficial medicinal plants making for a perfect walk to familiarise with the greens.
A visit to the grassland gives you an opportunity to explore the stunning ambiance of the plateau, plantations, fields, hills and small jungles.There is also a small temple surrounded by lush greenery of sacred groves to freshen your mind. The magnificent view of the sunset on the way back is not to be missed.
Visit the pottery village and try your hand at pottery under the guidance of an expert potter in the village. You can also buy different pots created by the potter.
Prices start at: ₹11,033 per night (includes taxes & fees)
The property has 9 independent cottages to provide an unforgettable experience with all comforts of home in a tranquil, picturesque setting. Each cottage can accommodate up to 3 guests, has an ensuite washroom and a private porch to lounge in.
The property is located in village Parule in Sindhudurg, at a distance of just 3 kms from the Sindhudurg airport and about 20 kms from the Kudal railway station. There are also regular buses and trains that ply between Mumbai/Pune and Sindhudurg to get here.
HOUSE RULES AND THINGS TO NOTE
Please note that breakfast is included in the tariff, while for other meals a separate order may be placed at the property directly. Delectable Saraswat cuisine is prepared for the guests using old forgotten recipes of the region. The ingredients, methods, fresh spices from the garden, the understanding of the science of storage and the chemistry of fire and earthen pots is altogether an experience for the visitors who love food. The menu is designed keeping in mind its ethnicity, medicinal value, nutritional value and natural diet. Both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food with best combinations considering the availability of the same is served. All vegetables served here are organic and grown in the village itself.
The Chool (mud-stove) is used to cook food which imparts a distinct flavour to the food. Food is served on leaf plates in the property’s designated dining area. Earthen pots are used to serve food.
CHECK-IN TIME: 1:00 PM
CHECK-OUT TIME: 11:00 AM
SMOKING NOT ALLOWED