We have just four guest rooms, each individual in size but all set with antique furniture and local Kutchi textiles. All rooms open on to the inner courtyard, and each has an en-suite bathroom, A-C and Wi-Fi access.
Sleeps 3 comfortably.
Can sleep up to 4.
This room - which is part of the interconnecting nature of the house - belonged to our cousin Rohee, who was one of the last remaining Parsis to live in Bhuj before he relocated to Mumbai.
Rohee's is a large double/twin bedroom with an annexe room that can be used an extra bedroom or study.
Sleeps up to 2.
Nano meaning 'little' in Gujarati is a lovely, cosy space, created partially from an old storeroom. Hence, despite it's size, this room has two entry doors! The outdoor bench catches the first rays of the winter sun and is the perfect spot for morning tea.
Nano is perfect for a single traveller, but we've provided a double bed so that it can be shared by a couple.
Sleeps 2 comfortably.
Can sleep up to 3.
Jafri was such a fun room to create because it was converted from the old outdoor toilet block! As the room had just four small windows, we enclosed a portion of the courtyard using a traditional lattice screen or 'jafri' to provide a sitting room bathed in natural light.
Jafri is twin-bedded. A third person can be accommodated in the sitting room, if they are comfortable with the semi-outdoor nature of the room.
Sleeps up to 4.
Agassi meaning 'terrace' or 'balcony' in Parsi Gujarati is the only room accessed via the spiral staircase. Previous generations had created open terrace spaces, but we had a bit of a re-shuffle, and enclosed this space to create our fourth guest room.
Agassi is two inter-connecting rooms: one with a double bed and the other with twin beds, which leads to the ensuite. And there's space for more. It's ideal for a family or group of friends.
Due to the sloping roof - especially in the bathroom - it's not ideal for very tall people!