WelcomHeritage introduces first farm-stay property, Ranjitvilas, Amritsar
WelcomHeritage has launched the first farm-stay hotel in its portfolio, Ranjitvilas, in Amritsar. This is the companyâ€™s 33rd operational property of 40 alliances, spanning 15 states.
Developed and approved by the Punjab Heritage & Tourism Promotion Board under its Farm Tourism Scheme, Ranjit Vilas was built by the family members of Late Sardar Ranjit Singh Makhni who wanted his family to live jointly in a farmhouse surrounded by richness of Punjabâ€™s heritage.
Talking about the collaboration, Sunil Gupta, CEO, WelcomHeritage said, â€śWe are extremely happy with this alliance as at WelcomHeritage we are committed towards promoting Indian culture and heritage and Ranjitvilas is a beautiful boutique property, which is reflection of Indian hospitality and inheritance. Also, as WelcomHeritageâ€™s first farm-stay property, it brings the perfect amalgamation of Indiaâ€™s rusticity with its hospitality and rich heritage.â€ť
The property features 20 executive rooms with a personal courtyard and two suites. All rooms are equipped with a mini bar, LED television, temperature control, satellite channels, in-room tea and coffee maker, safe and WiFi connectivity. The all-day Rasoi restaurant serves Indian cuisine from its a la carte menu with a complimentary high tea to resident guests.