WelcomHeritage introduces first farm-stay property, Ranjitvilas, Amritsar

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WelcomHeritage has launched the first farm-stay hotel in its portfolio, Ranjitvilas, in Amritsar. This is the company’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 Punjab’s heritage.

Talking about the collaboration, Sunil Gupta, CEO, WelcomHeritage said, “We 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 WelcomHeritage’s first farm-stay property, it brings the perfect amalgamation of India’s rusticity with its hospitality and rich heritage.”

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.

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