List of Rooms

Kivaad Room

WelcomHeritage Badi Kothi, the residence of quondam Zamindar Perumal was built over 400 years ago near the bank of the holy River Ganga. Some archived documents divulge the use of Badi Kothi as the headquarter for Tax Collection during the British Raj.Queued-up commoners summoned by the high officials seated on the luxuriously cushioned seats would often imprison tax defaulters in the Jail built within the premise of the Kothi. Frequently visited by eminent freedom fighters like Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Lal Bahadur Shastri depicts the importance Badi Kothi once held. Legends have it that Saint Mirabai also stayed at Badi Kothi. During the Indian independence, a collection of poems and articles about the Independence of India were released by the printing press present within Badi Kothi. 

The entwined narrative of the Zamindari system, power, and dominance during the Indian British Raj is well highlighted by the original sandstone facade, Pietra dura carvings on the temple, artifacts, and even the infamous jail. The proximity of the River Ganga, Jamuna, and Saraswati’s confluence add beautiful synchronicity of spirituality to an otherwise experience of history and heritage.

Room Type :

  • Kivaad Room
  • Gaukha Room
  • Shastri Suites Room


  • Laundry 
  • Credit card
  • Travel desk
  • Car hire service
  • Conference hall 
  • Doctor on call
  • 24*7 Front Office
  • Television with satellite channels



7 Days before or else cancellation charge as applicable 

GST Applicable

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