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Accommodation rating: Luxury
Part of The Ultimate Travelling Camp portfolio, the Jaagir Lodge is a luxurious yet rustic former colonial mansion, surrounded by sprawling farmland and ancient forests on the edge of Dudwa National Park. With just eight rooms, the lodge has a peaceful and private ambience. All rooms have an eclectic design with fresco wallpaper and antique furniture. The dining room serves home-made cuisine typical of the region. Dudhwa National Park is home to some of the world's most exotic wildlife, including elephants, the single-horned rhino, the Indian narrow-headed soft-shell turtle and a hugely rich diversity of birds. An array of activities can be arranged by the lodge including safaris, nature walks and photography classes. Features: 4 luxury rooms, 3 luxury suites, 2 villas, restaurant, swimming pool, bar / lounge, Wi-Fi. Room amenities: Air conditioning, heating, tea & coffee facilities.
Please call 020 7873 5000 for more information or to make a booking.
ExceptionalTruly exclusive and exceptionally luxurious.
LuxuryVery high class accommodation with superb facilities and service.
Superior High standard accommodation, service and facilities.
Good StandardGood standard accommodation, service and facilities.
SimpleClean and comfortable with en suite bathrooms but limited facilities.
BasicVery modest with shared bathrooms and minimal facilities
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