Need to know
30, including six suites.
10am, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 11pm.
Double rooms from $108.48 (INR7,000), excluding tax at 17 per cent.
Rates include breakfast.
Brush up on two life skills – horse riding and cooking – at Rohet Garh’s equestrian centre and cooking school.
1 to 30 June.
At the hotel
Free WiFi throughout, equestrian centre, gardens, laundry, valet parking. In rooms: free bottled water, tea and coffee, and a minibar.
Our favourite rooms
For the most serene view, book a room overlooking the lake to enjoy the tranquil water from your terrace. For more space, opt for a suite, which pack in traditional Indian flourishes of frescoes, murals and columns – as well as cosy, cushioned alcoves that make peaceful reading spots.
There is an unheated, family-friendly pool in a courtyard, surrounded by dusky-pink tiles for sunbathing on.
The Tattva Spa offers impressive aromatherapy and Ayurvedic massages.
Don’t forget your jodhpurs for showcasing the sartorial riding staple in its birthplace; crops and hats optional.
The hotel’s communal areas are accessible for wheelchair users, as is one of the bedrooms.
All ages welcome. Extra beds and breakfast cost 2,500 rupees (about £30) a night for under sixes; and 3,400 rupees (about £40) for children aged six and up. Babysitting is not available.
The food served at the hotel is all bought from local farmers’ markets and grey water is used in the gardens.