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Kingston Farm Karjat

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Per Night Tariff (1 Night(s)) In (INR)
Valid From 01-Nov-2020 To 29-Dec-2020 [Excluding Long Weekend & Public Holidays]

Room Type

Occupancy

Meal Plan

Weekdays / Weekends

Full Occupancy

Extra Person

Extra Child (below 05 yrs)

Taxes

Full Bunglow

15

Only Stay

Mon to Thu

17500

1200

Free

5%

Full Bunglow

15

Only Stay

Fri & Sun

22500

1200

Free

5%

Full Bunglow

15

Only Stay

Saturday

27500

1200

Free

5%

Details to Note: -

  1. Rates mentioned are for a minimum of 15 Pax.
  2. The above rates Inclusive of Only Stay.
  3. Usage of Swimming Pool.            
  4. Usage of indoor games like Ball Pool, Carrom, Chess, Table Tennis, Snake & Ladder.        
  5. Usage of Outdoor games like Cricket, Badminton, Volleyball, and Football & Golf.            
  6. Check in : 02:00 PM & Check out : 11:00 AM                        

Kingston Farms, built in the epicenter of mountains, has panoramic views. It gives you a glimpse of exactly what its name sounds like. From the splendid entrance, different variant of tree plantation, every possible concept in the farm has been embraced.

The lush green lawns or a bonfire night out, while in warmer months, you can dive into the pool to cool down. This retreat with its elegant furniture and comfortable rooms is filled with warm-toned interiors and luxury. The enchanting destination forms a mélange of winsome scenic beauty, lush velvet meadows and pleasant weather which makes it
 

  • Parking
        Parking
  • Wi-fi
        Wi-fi
  • AC room
        AC room
  • Swimming pool
        Swimming pool
  • Kids Play Area
        Kids Play Area
  • Indoor Game Room
        Indoor Game Room
  • Pets Allowed
        Pets Allowed
Farm Address: Mangaon T. Wasare, Po, Kondivade, Karjat, Maharashtra 410201

Email :- travelhungama@gmail.com

Mobile No. :- +91 9833 12 9272 / 9833 94 1515

Check-in: 2:00 am
Check-out: 11:00 am

Kondana Caves - Kondana Caves, nestled cosily in the midst of a dense forest near Kondana Village, 33 kilometres north of Lonavala and about 15 kilometres from Karjat, Maharashtra. These caves were discovered in the 1st century BC and consist of intricate and delicate carvings of Buddhist architecture. Although an earthquake in 1900 damaged some parts of the caves, the existing structures are worth seeing. One can take a stroll in the caves and experience the regal aura of the stone-cut structure. The beauty of these caves has waterfalls nearby which look beautiful during monsoon.

Peth Fort - Kothaligad is a small fort to the east of Karjat on the Karjat-Murbad road. It is called Peth fort because of its vicinity to the Peth Village.
It is famous in Karjat for treks because it is small in height and easy to climb. There is also a cave and a small temple at the base of the fort.

Trekking in Karjat - Peth Fort is situated to the east of Karjat. It is famous in Karjat for treks because it's small in height and easy climb. There is also a cave and a small temple at the base of the fort.

Kothligad Trek Karjat - Kothligad (or Peth) is a hill fort in Maharashtra. It is located at a modest elevation of 1500 feet in the Raigad district of the state. The pinnacle of the fort is shaped in the form of a vertical funnel, lending it a peculiar look. There are caves carved out of huge rocks at the top of the fort, alongside a pond perfectly square in shape. There are cisterns of water within the fort. An array of cannon balls can be found scattered inside the fortified walls. The veryical tunnel has large cool rooms and spacious caves, along with the staircases which lead to the top. The top of the fort presents a very picteresque view of the forests of Bh'ma Shankar to the North and the pinnacle of Dhak-Bahiri towards the South-West.

Bhivgad Trek Karjat - Bhivgad (or Bhimgad) is a hill fort in Maharashtra. Located in the district of Raigad, this fort offers a nice trek in close companionship to the fort of Dhakbahiri. There are two caves and a few water cisterns at the top. During monsoon, this fort offers offers the scenic view of a seasonal waterfall. There are some fortifications still left, and the remnants of some old structures near the top. There is a stone idol of some unknown deity near the caves. The top of the citadel offers a panoramic view of the trek route to Dhakbahiri.

Bhivpuri Waterfalls Karjat - Situated around 90 kms from Mumbai in Karjat, Bhivpuri Waterfalls is a mesmerising cascade of water from a cliff. Nestled amidst astounding surroundings and lush greenery, the waterfall is a popular tourist spot in the region. It is best to visit these falls during August - September when the gush of the water is enjoyable. The water is serene and safe for families to play in and enjoy themselves, while thrill-seekers may also choose to rappel through the waterfall.

Zenith Waterfalls Karjat - Situated in Khopoli near Karjat, Zenith Waterfall is one of the most beautiful waterfall sites in Maharashtra. The waterfalls can be reached through a short trek between ridges and troughs an narrow pathways.

Bekare Falls Karjat - Bekare Waterfalls is situated in Karjat, a few kms away from Pune. Boasting of picturesque beauty and surreal environment, Bekare Waterfalls is also very popular for water sports especially rappelling.

Khopoli Karjat - Situated between midway between Mumbai and Pune, Khopoli is a hidden gem in the state of Maharashtra which is mainly known for its Imagica Water Park. Nestled at the base of the verdant green Sahyadris, the small town is home to dense woods, amazing theme parks, blooming gardens, mesmerising waterfalls and ancient temples, which also makes it one of the most popular weekend getaways from the adjoining cities. Although, lately it has been converted into an industrial city but it has somehow managed to retain its original charm, beauty and tranquility. It is mostly flocked by tourists looking for solitude and quality time amidst bounteous nature and natural beauty.

Kothaligad Karjat - The area around Mumbai and Pune and is flooded with majestic hill forts boasting of sweeping panoramic vistas and picturesque ruins of the former structures. One of these equally magnificent hill forts is Kothaligad, situated at 3000 ft. above sea level and located east to the town of Karjat in Maharashtra. Although relatively small in size, the fort offers one of the famous trekking trails in the area. Also known as ‘Fort of Peth’ because of its vicinity to the village of Peth, Kothaligad has a lot to offer to the tourists. From bounteous nature to marvellous surroundings and enchanting views of the valley, you will definitely be left awestruck at the overall splendour of the place.

BOOKING POLICY:-

  • 5% GST would be charged on total billing. (non refundable in any circumstances)
  • Booking will be confirmed against 100% payment in Mumbai only before travel.
  • Confirmation voucher will be issued against Cheque / funds transfer subject to realization only.
  • For guest convenience, we have ICICI - HDFC & SBI Bank A/c for funds transfer.
  • Bank A/c details like a/c name, a/c number, branch details would be provided upon request.
  • We also accept payment through Credit Card or Debit Card via our online payment gateway.
  • No Tentative Blockings shall be made.
  • Kindly check the availability & rates with us before confirmation.
  • Rates are subject to changes without prior notice.
  • No Refund, Cancellation or Postponement shall be accepted for whatsoever reasons given by the guest once confirmed & paid.
  • No Refund for early check-out unless hotel provides in written on confirmation voucher and ensure the intimation is sent to our Bombay Office during your stay.
  • We reserve the right to amend the terms and conditions of the Hotel Reservations, including its rates & booking & cancellation policy and other terms without any notice.
  • Its compulsory to show your Photo ID (original) at the time of Check-in, hence please carry the same along. (Drivers License, Passport & Aadhar Card)
  • Rights of admission reserved with hotel authorities in other words, hotel management reserves the right to refuse or grant admission.
  • All disputes are subject to Mumbai jurisdiction only and Laws of Republic of India will prevail.

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