A 3 bedroom Villa with 2 bathrooms, with hot running water, common area , & a Sit out for Barbecue/Bonfire, generator backup available. There is a 24/7 caretaker for all your needs. Homely Meals are also available on demand , If you need any Chinese, Punjabi, SouthIndian Dwarkadish Hotel is next to us .TEA & BREAKFAST is Complimentary (Poha / Upma).
“Must visit place. Its a bit inside but its worth to stay there. Peace & clean. Located inside a jungle. No restrictions at all 😜. Staff was good. Service was good. Just don't order Tea here. Rest all was awesome.”
GUEST SHOULD NOTE IMPORTANT THING SINGLE PERSON IS NOT ALLOWED AS PER CITY POLICY & FOREIGN GUEST IS NOT ALLOWED AS WE ARE NOT ELIGIBLE HOST. My house is with Cozy, warm atmosphere, perfect for the traveler looking for a real Mahabaleshwar experience. The house is very dear to the owner. The listed room is with 24 hrs running water & electricity. More details about the place can be given on message. We promise you a comfortable and a memorable stay
“All basic amenities which we get in Hotel. King size Bed, Wifi, private Bath room, Break fast, Lunch, Dinner on demand, arrangement of Texi for visiting various places on demand. Good location as it is on main road & all visiting points are at manageable distance. Loving helping & caring family. They will help you to their possible extend. whether you are traveling alone or with family, I would say Go for It. Whenever I am going again, I would definitely prefer to stay there. Regards, Hemang Shah”
Fully fitted and furnished with antique furniture, artifacts, art, curios. This bungalow is dated 1916 and reflects colonial architecture of its period in a British hill-station. Surrounded by 3 acres of garden and forest. There is plenty of place for children to run around and play. Firewood will be provided for a bonfire in the winter. A garden brazier keeps you warm outdoors on cold evenings. Noise free environment, a bird watchers delight.
“Dhun Heta Stay Review We really enjoyed our two night stay at Dhun Heta. It's a beautiful heritage house, with lots of antique knick knacks. Dotted with photographs and beautiful paintings throughout, the house boasts of various points of interest and makes for many conversation starters for us visitors. The house itself is really huge and would accomodate a large number of guests, which probably would have been the case back in the old days. I can almost imagine the owners throwing big soirees or even high teas with lots of laughter and chatter. The book collection was another thing of note for a book-lovers, thrilled to see some of our favorites on the shelves. The sitting room was cozy and a smart trick of curtains on windowless walls made the room look even more spacious than it was. The covered verandah at the back of the house overlooking the lawn made for a nice game room with a carrom board and a small kitchenette. At the front of the house is the main kitchen and entrance and the large dining room where we would be served our meals. The garden and surroundings were green and filled with the tallest trees, plants and flowers of every kind. The garden behind the house was grassy and the kids had a lot of fun playing there with their ball or just running around in the sunshine. The kids also had fun running around the house through the multiple doors leading from the front of the house to the back. On a more practical note, the four bedrooms were super spacious, each with its own TV set, attached bathroom and large comfortable beds, ample lighting and thick duvets to keep us warm during the cold nights. The bathrooms had powerful geysers and constant water supply, were clean and large. We were welcomed with two sets of terry towels and hand towels along a pair of the most fragrant lemongrass soaps in each bedroom as well as face towels in the bathroom. These little details really made us feel welcomed and well cared for as first time guests to a place we had never been. I would like to make a special mention about the staff at Dhun Heta, which accomodated us for even little things and made our stay very pleasant not just for us but also for our little ones, especially the littlest member of our entourage who was only a year and a half old, and the chef made an extra dish for him for breakfast because he had liked it the previous day. They also keep the house very clean and well maintained. The food that was prepared for us was also very good and we really enjoyed it. They are very cheerful and hard-working and made our stay more special. On the last night we requested a campfire and that was by far the best experience we had in Panchgani. Old friends sitting late into the night under the stars, reliving the good old days. Originally we were four families who were visiting Panchgani but unfortunately one family had to cancel. We aim to plan once again so all of us can stay there. In a nutshell, Dhun Heta had a real home away from home feel about it and we greatly enjoyed this three day break from our hectic lives, where we got to relax, slow down and were transported back in time. Goodbye, hotel rooms. Now every time we visit Panchgani, it will be at Dhun Heta heritage home. Thank you for the marvelous experience.”