This was one of the best guest houses I have ever stayed in. It is a museum with some small rooms attached. The museum presents and interprets the development of Ghandi's satyagraha movement (non-violent protest movement). Ghandi lived here between 1908 and 1909.
The philosophy of the guesthouse is simplicity and quality. The rooms are simple but all the linen and decor is quality. There is underfloor heating which kept our toes cosy during our winter visit.
The staff serve all delicious vegetarian meals made from organic food. One finds themselves surrounded by a beautiful and tranquil garden. The sun shines through the trees as the dew reflects her light. Birds flitter and chatter and the breeze says hi, encouraging the leaves to dance for a short time. Mohammad (the manager) is a friendly man and very passionate about the guesthouse.
The one small criticism I would make is that the staff don't tell you the prices of 'additionals' and you may get a surprise on your bill when you check out.
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