Maharani Bagh is a quaint little orchard at the foothills of the Aravalli Ranges in Ranakpur, with its own private forest-that’s how it seems- the Maharani Bagh Orchard Retreat is a mystically placed between rugged, arid topography and lush green garden.
The “Queen’s Orchard”, was a gift by Maharaj Takhat Singh Ji of Jodhpur to his lovely queen. This tranquil retreat is currently owned by Maharaja of Jodhpur, HH Maharaja Gajsingh Ji II.
Built in the 19th century, the orchard expands over acres of land and grows mangoes, limes, and pomegranates extensively and is a perfect getaway to take a break from the busy urban schedule and your lungs with some clean air for a few days before you go back to the hustle. Ranakpur is also dotted with beautiful temples satisfying the spirituals among us, and were built during the reign of the liberal and gifted monarch Rana Kumbha in the 15th Century. The other major attractions closer to the Retreat are Hatundi Rata Mahabir Temple, the Surya Narayan Temple
WelcomHeritage Maharani Bagh Orchard Retreat has an excellent in-house restaurant, which will give you a taste of rural India and charm you with its rustic setting. But do not let the thatch roofs and courtyards to doubt your thoughts. They dish out the most hygienically prepared scrumptious food from different cuisines from their kitchen. There is a machaan with a spectacular view of the hills and the central dining area is a charming “village” courtyard complete with thatched roofs and delicious Rajasthani cuisine
With the COVID-19 pandemic, WelcomHeritage, Maharani Bagh Orchard Retreat accords the highest priority to the Safety and well-being of their Guests and Employees. Towards this end, all WelcomHeritage hotels diligently implement Covid -19 guidelines as stipulated by WHO, Ministry of Tourism and Local State authorities and exemplified through a 10 point programme