Just four suites nestled into the rugged Aravallis is Mountbatten Lodge said to have been inspired by a popular lore that believes that Lord Mountbatten once camped here. It was built to reflect the British penchant for the wilderness with no compromise on space or luxury. With an attitude that spells colonial India, open spaces under the sun, stylishly laid out dinners with liveried staff in attendance bring to fore a languid sense of being pampered as in the days of the Raj.
Perfect enroute between Udaipur and Ranakpur or to make it your private paradise to revel with friends and family, Mountbatten Lodge offers activities like riding, sunset safaris, leopard tracking and treks to Kumbalgarh but it is the Jazz sessions at the bar in the main lodge that you will come away with and come back for. The Lodge is a perfect base to explore small villages and communities set deep in this hilly terrain, one can ride on horse back or trek through a few miles of forests dotted with brief villages.
Reggie Singh is the charismatic man and host behind Mountbatten - his pet project and a consuming vision. And now well into his first season of operation Reggie’s exquisite detailing, his sense of design and spread of the lodge is the perfect showcase of his sense of hospitality and style.