Uramma homes have four properties in Anegundi, a village located across Hampi, on the opposite banks of the Tungabhadra river. We stayed in their budget property, the Peshegaar House, a guest house with five rooms. The rooms are basic and the bathrooms are shared, located outside in the courtyard. However, the rooms AND bathrooms are very, very clean and well lit, there is a generator for power cuts, and a pretty terrace. The staff is helpful and prompt with all queries and available 24 hours for anything you may need. Food is served in the adjoining property (which is also nice, though a little expensive). We had a couple of meals there; tasty food; the staff even prepared fish on our insistence! You can arrange motored two wheeler vehicles (costs about 150 rs for a day+ fuel) for going to the other boat point where most of the cafes and other B&Bs are located (about 7 kms, good motorable roads). However, the Anegundi boat point is very close (5 mins walk) and boats are available till 6 pm; just cross over and walk down to the Vittala Temple complex (the one with the iconic stone chariot), and from there take an auto to go to the Hampi main bazaar area and other sites. All in all, its a good place to stay if travelling in a group, though solo travelers may find it better to stay on the other boat point side to meet fellow travelers. Caution: the B&Bs on the other boat point side are more costly and not as well kept (we checked out a few), but then the food options there are more appealing. All in all, very glad that we stayed at Peshegaar and would visit again when in Hampi.