Banavilla Farm House – Shantiniketan

A farm house in the heart of Shantiniketan | Nomadic Weekends

Banavilla Farm House  – Shantiniketan, a homestay near you with all the modern facilities.

“Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky” Words spoke by the Bard, Rabindranath Tagore and that is what you feel when you stand will mesmerize by the beauty of this lovely Eco Resort in Bolpur, 180 km from Kolkata.

One comes here to seek solitude, peace and share tranquil moments with family and friends.
A home away from home surrounded by green, lush paddy fields. The lovely owners of this resort have opened the doors of their home and always welcome you with warmth and smile. As the morning sun greets you, and a smiling staff brings you a cuppa, the birds break into a song, and somewhere beyond in the midst of the Ilaambazar Forest a wild soul springs into action.
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Never mind, satiate your soul with the greenery all around, the surreal ambiance, as the clouds lazily float by and the paddy fields sway with their own music. When the surroundings are so beautiful can the interiors disappoint?

Accommodation : Beautiful, big, spacious, spotlessly clean rooms. So clean, that you could walk bare feet.
Tastefully done interiors, use of natural cane furniture enhances it further.

There are total 11 rooms, about 25 adults can accommodate easily.

Check In: 12.00 PM
Check Out: 11.00 AM

Nearby Attraction

Vishwabharati University, the seat of the bard, Rabindranath Tagore.

Kankalitala – A Hindu shrine, 9km away from Shantiniketan, a sacred temple at the banks of the Kopai River. One of the shakti peeths where the waist of Parvati had fallen.

Deer Park (Ballabhpur Wildlife Sanctuary) – 4km from Shantiniketan, a large wooded area home to several herds of deer such as Blackbuck, Spotted deer. And home to birds, jackal and foxes.

Nanoor – Birthplace of 14th century Vaishnava poet, Chandidas. 23 km from Shantiniketan

Jaydev Kenduli – Birthplace of Jaydev, author of Geet Govinda.

Best during Makar Sankranti, when the annual baul fair is held.

Best Time to Visit:

Bolpur is beautiful all through the year. It depends on what your heart wants. But, yes best time would be October to February. Monsoons are beautiful too. One can also visit Poush Mela, held during the month of December. A must visit.

How to Reach

By Train – 27 direct trains from Kolkata to Bolpur. Minimum time 1hr 48 min.

By Bus – No direct bus. One can take Royal cruiser from Kolkata to Panagarh, then take a taxi to Bolpur.

By Car – Minimum 4 hours (3hr 24 min). 163 km from Kolkata. Boasts of fantastic roads, smooth drive and beautiful greenery.

By Air – No direct flight. One has to fly to Kolkata and then hire a car to reach Bolpur or travel by train.

Pocket Pinch

INR 4000 per day per room

GST: 5%

Station drop available at a charge.

Child Policy
Child under 6 years stays free of charge when using the existing bed.
Above 6 years INR 800 per night for extra bed.


Other places you can visit in Shantiniketan: Daranda Farm House – ShantiniketanDebanandapur Village Resort,Shantiniketan Maati Baari

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