THE VILLA - Resort Ajmer - Rajasthan

"The Villa" housed on the grounds of White House, a Heritage Building.
Behind CRPF GC1 Near Mayo College, Ajmer
Property Type: 
Rooms Spread over in Green Surroundings
Suites, Lounges and Dining Areas, Kitchens.
Available for Tourists and Short Terms Stay
Bed and Breakfast

Mayo Homestay is an ideal place for Parents visiting Mayo College for Annual Prize giving Ceremonies, New Admissions. Comfortable and economical meeting point for old Mayoites, Alumni (Old Boys) and Families at Mayo Homestay.


Centered in two green gardens with well placed shady seating areas Rooms are scattered in small buildings around the grounds and are beyond, the noise and bustle of Ajmer Town.

  • The Villas sprawling lawns have gurgling fountains and squeaking swings in the background.
  • The sound the chirping birds that live "The Villas" personal aviary- beat all wakeup calls!! Flocks of waddling ducks accompany the guests to breakfast & evening tea. They love to share the food with the guests.
  • Drift off to a result sleep with fresh linen every night.
  • For personal entertainment there is a flat T.V. in each room.
  • Personal Chef available.
  • Dargha- The tomb of Sufi saint "Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti" is a ten minutes ride.
  • Pushkar "Hindu"- India's most sacred city is half-hour away.
  • Mayo College- The exclusive British built school is five minutes’ walk.
  • It is a convenient stopping off point on the long journey between Delhi/ Jaipur and Udaipur, Delhi/Jaipur and Jodhpur/ Jaisalmer.

The Villa

A living Elegence

The Villa, White House, Near CRPF GC-1, Golf Road Ajmer
09818321224 / 09810139425
09810139425, +91-11-23314036

Bed & Breakfast:

Location: White House, Behind CRPF Parade Ground (Group Camp -1), Golf Road, Ajmer Rajasthan

    Main Features:
  • Suites are furnished in Indian Style to project an Ethnic Ambiance.
  • Each Suite has attached with European closet, restroom, .
  • Air Conditioning is provided in Individual Suites.
  • Kitchen Facility with Cooking Assistance is also available, for personalized food requirement of Guests.
  • Guests can Order "Traditional Home Cooked" , Punjabi and Rajasthani food.
  • The well laid out lawns and imaginatively done up Grounds are excellent for enjoying Folk music and Folk dances.
  • Morning and Evening Prayers are held at the Temple housed in the White House grounds.
  • Guests are acquainted with the living Culture of Rajasthan.

Places To Visit In Ajmer:

Ajmer is a popular pilgrimage center for the Hindus as well as Muslims. It houses the Dargah or tomb of the 13th century Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti, which is equally revered by the Hindus and Muslims.

The Dargah of Khawaja Saheb (Ajmer Dargah):

  • The Dargah of Khawaja Saheb or Khawaja Sharif is at the foot of a barren hill.
  • The shrine is next only to Mecca and Medina for the Muslims of South Asia.
  • The saint's tomb with a splendid marble dome is in the center of the second courtyard, which is surrounded by a silver platform.
  • Lakes in Ajmer:

  • Ajmer is blessed with lakes - Ana Sagar Lake, built between 1135-1150 AD by damming the river Luni.
  • This artificial lake is bounded by hills and on its bank is a beautiful park - the Dault Bagh, making this place one fine spot for strolling in the morning and evening.
  • Foy Sagar is just 5 kms from the town and 3 kms further up the valley from Ana Sagar Lake..
  • Fortis in Ajmer:

  • Ajmer has a fort, Taragarh Fort, a steep one and a half hour climb beyond the Adhai-din-ka-jhopra, which leads to the ruins of the Taragarh Fort, perched on a hill.
  • Built during a famine relief programme it is named after the engineer responsible for its construction, the picturesque lake offers spectacular views form the hill.
  • Museums in Ajmer:

  • The fort was the site of the military activity during the Mughal period, later used as a sanatorium by the British Constructed by Akbar in 1570, the Royal palace of Akbar in red sandstone was converted into a Government Museum and today it houses a rich collection of Mughal and Rajput armory.
  • Very close to the main post office, the museum displays some of the fine and delicate sculptures of the region, from 8th century AD, which include - old weapons, miniature paintings, ancient rock inscriptions and stone sculptures.