Kadoli Farm-Eagles Nest
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Check-in: 12.00 noon
Check-out: 12.00 noon
Kadoli Farm Eagles Nest is sprawling in 4 acres of Land, the Main Highlight of the Farm is Old banyan tree, it is bang in front of the house. Encompassing almost 1 acre of land this huge Banyan tree is around 400 years old. Its many roots have grown into thick trunks making it difficult to identify main trunk. Harshwardhansinhji has given its trunks of varying thickness, beautiful curves and shapes after years of patient scraping. Strategically placed lights give it mysterious look at night. Unfortunately there were many beehives in it, making it impossible for us to sit under its canopy. According to our host. ,bees come as the days start getting hotter. Once the summers are over they go away. Kadoli Farms also sells delicious honey made from these beehives. Accommodation facilities provided at the Kadoli Farm Eagles Nest. This Farm House has 3 rooms for visitors. 1 room has attached dressing room and bathroom. 2 other bedrooms share a bathroom. Verndah in the front is used as a lounge where one can sit and chit chat with owner or co-guests. Back verandah is used as T.V. room. Rooms and bathrooms are basic but clean. Owners have their bedroom in the back. Home cooked food is ample, good and reasonable. Though breakfast needs more variety. It was nice to share table with owners. Our hostess looked after kitchen personally. Tea and coffee were available any time. Camp fire at night provided nice relief from cold winter air. Night was quite cold, Jaipuri Razai and thin blanket provided inadequate cover. Entire night one could hear sound of rustling of Banyan trees leaves due to strong wind.
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