Need to know
30, including six suites.
10am, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 11pm.
Double rooms from $106.33 (INR7,315), excluding tax at 18 per cent.
Rates include breakfast.
Brush up on two life skills – horse riding and cooking – at Rohet Garh’s equestrian centre and cooking school. They also host free folk music performances and magic shows.
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.
Book one of the bigger rooms, which have space for an extra bed; there are also rooms that are close to each other in their own area of the grounds.
Playing in the gardens, walks into the village, bird-watching, cycling and horse-riding for over-eights.
The unheated outdoor pool is family-friendly.
The food served at the hotel is all bought from local farmers’ markets and grey water is used in the gardens.