Amongst the many styles of architecture of the various Neemrana ‘non-hotel’ Hotels are The Ramgarh Bungalows which date back to the time of the British in India. The Old Bungalow (1830) and the The Writers Bungalow (1860) once housed the British and Indian officers as well as their wives who travelled on horseback and palanquins. The Ashok Vatika was a guest house for outsiders as visitors weren’t received at home, while the Cliff House is a designer’s delight. Vista Villa offers breathtaking views of the valley and Rose Cottage is famous for its private terrace and stunning views.
Art treasures from the colonial past now revive an authentic scent of the British in India, making it the ideal choice for discerning directors that endeavour to portray history. The premises offer ample opportunities for outdoor shots without any external disturbances and vast opportunities for creative directors who can adapt their locales with an inventive imagination. A good time to shoot is during the autumn season in October.