Nagendra Singh
Email : info@sunheritagehomestay.com
Phone : +91-7727888707, 9983324605
  • Power Back up
  • 24 Hour Hot Water
  • Television in all rooms
  • Internet access with WiFi
  • Air Conditioned Rooms
  • Pick up on request
  • Laundry Service
  • Taxi / Guide Facility
• Bus Stand - 1 km
• Railway Station - 1.5 Km
( 5 Minutes drive)
• Airport - 20 km
( ½ an Hour drive)
 
Sun Heritage Home (A Family Home Stay)
The Sun Heritage Home Stay is an abode for those who look for a home away from home. Here you would find the tranquil surroundings amidst the Royal Boheda Haveli, Which is about 200 yrs old. It was a shelter for the nobles of Mewar, appointed as administrators in the Mewar Royal Darbar. The king too resorted for peace and rest in the haveli from time to time. In the premises there is a Vishnu Temple and Bawri (Stepwell). The Sun Heritage Home is situated in the heart of the city provides guests with a unique opportunity to experience real Indian life and culture. Come stay for some time in this small portion of the Haveli and experience the true colors of rich cultural heritage and feel the warmth of homely love and affection to cherish for lifetime.

This is a homestay into which you will be warmly welcomed and given personal attention to ensure that your stay is comfortable and enjoyable.We welcome those guests with an interest in exploring the local community and a desire to escape the hassles and touts that plague touristy areas.

Long term visitors are most welcomed to spend time with us and to know the way things happen in real India and explore the culture.

Your hosts, Nagendra Singh Shaktawat and his hospitable family will personally assist you in planning your days in Udaipur, The family will also gladly take care of your transport needs and help you with onward travel arrangements. We are a two minute drive from the city center (1 km) and walking distance to many stores, restaurants and a pharmacy. Staying at Sun Heritage home stay you will have the opportunity to see Udaipur not just through the eyes of a tourist, but through the eyes of a local.