WelcomHeritage recently added a new nature resort in Amritsar ‘Ranjitvilas’ to its vast portfolio of heritage properties. It is the 33rd operational property of the 40 alliances, spanning across 15 states and the first one for the ‘farm-stay’ option of the group.
Ranjitvilas, a property developed and approved by the Punjab Heritage & Tourism Promotion Board under it’s Farm Tourism Scheme, is a joint venture of four family members of Late Sardar Ranjit Singh Makhni.
Talking about the collaboration, Sunil Gupta, CEO, WelcomHeritage, said: “We are extremely happy with this collaboration as 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, it is our first farm-stay property, it brings the perfect amalgamation of rustic feel of India with Indian hospitality values and rich heritage of the country”.
Ranjitvilas is deeply rooted in its Indian Punjabi heritage. The design of the farmhouse is boasting beautiful handcrafted furnishings inspired by the traditions of Punjabi culture.
“Our culture is one that empowers every individual to be his or her best, and such authentic connection inspires the way we care for each other and for our guests” said Vikram Singh Makhni, owner Ranjitvilas.
The property features 20 executive rooms each with a personal courtyard and two well-appointed suite rooms. The in-house restaurant – The Indian Rasoi serves authentic Indian cuisine with a village like flavour, serving all day dining a-la-carte menu. The restaurant serves complimentary Hi-Tea to all the guests residing at the property.
One can indulge in fun activities in the resort like personalised barbeque, village tour on tractor, nature walks, kite flying, cooking classes, turban tying and occasional Bhangra and Gidda performances.
WelcomHeritage is a joint venture between ITC and Jodhana Heritage. They are present in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Sikkim, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Goa, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Delhi.