Krishna Niwas is a Heritage Guest House located amidst the lush green foliage of Mount Abu. Located within walking distance from Nakki Lake it offers peaceful and clean accommodation. Krishna Niwas also features numerous sit outs scattered in different area of premises offering scenic and panoramic view to relax. Pure vegetarian home cooked food is an added advantage at Krishna Niwas. Perfect option for those looking for peaceful and clean accommodation for family vacation in economic range. It’s more of a homestay in Mount Abu, Only families and couples allowed.
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Vikram Darbar wrote on06 September, 2013
"wonderful place to stay"
Highly recommended! This place was so friendly. It's run by a really kind and welcoming family. When we arrived they offered us a very clean and comfortable room for a very low price so no need to haggle at all. They make your food to order and it's incredible! They grow a lot of their own vegetables in the garden and make a brilliant range of vegetarian meals. They went out of their way to make us feel at home. Best thing is that they love birds and wildlife and they have their ob stable and horses. Best place for people looking for a good place to stay and great value for money too.
Stayed during June,2013 on a
Kailash Kumar wrote on24 August, 2013
"Beautiful Location & Good Food"
The staff made us feel welcome and the gardens of this hotel in a quiet suburb of the city were peaceful and calm. Our room had historic photographs of different tourist attractions of Mount Abu on the walls and was spacious with high ceilings and antique furniture. I stayed here for one night only. The gardens are huge and well taken care of. It was quite pleasant sitting out side where they have put some tables and chairs out on the lawn. The rooms are average. Although they are big rooms, the furniture is dated. The bathroom was better than average. It really isn't anywhere near any restaurants or shops, so you will have to eat in. The restaurant food was actually pretty fantastic, I would even say it was the best Indian food I had in the entire country.