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Forest Rest House Dudhwa

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Anand M wrote a review Dec 2021
Jaipur, India15 contributions2 helpful votes
Forest rest house at Dudhwa is a nice place set on the entry gate to Dudhwa sanctuary. Huge sal and teak trees dot the rest house. The food is reasonably priced and taste is okay. Being in the forest there are a lot of monkeys and these guys steal the food from within the rooms. The didn't touch anything els in the room.
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Date of stay: January 2021Trip type: Travelled with friends
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pgargya wrote a review Mar 2020
Meerut, India67 contributions17 helpful votes
The cottages are newly built. The location is absolutely magnificent. The cottages are spacious and well furnished but the maintenance needs to be better. The appliances were poorly maintained and need attention. Heat convector in one room was not functional whereas geyser was defective in the other room. The service was good by the attendant. The food served in the restaurant was decent. Look for a-la-arte instead of the buffet as buffet turns out to be very expensive.
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Date of stay: January 2020
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singvikram wrote a review Feb 2020
New Delhi, India73 contributions8 helpful votes
One of the beautiful jungle there you can see tiger, rhino, elephant and other animals too apart from this you can visit kishanpur tiger reserve which is part of Dudhwa only and it's nearby approximately 35 km from Dudhwa
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Richa Kedia wrote a review Feb 2019
New Delhi, India176 contributions84 helpful votes
It is an amazing government property within the national park. The hotel staff is very nice and helpful. Property is very nice and green, though like most government properties slightly less maintained. Food is expensive and not very good. Safaris start right at the property.
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Date of stay: February 2019
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243pranati wrote a review Feb 2019
Mumbai, India237 contributions24 helpful votes
U P Eco Tourism have authorized Uttar Pradesh Forest Corporation to book Accommodation and Safari in Dudhwa. You can book it online. Cottage No. 13 named Oriole,was allotted to us . The cottages are named after different birds. The campus is nice, and the entry point/ check post to the Dudhwa National Park is in the campus. They are basic accommodation, and a lot can be done to improve the staying facilities ,as the tariff is not exactly cheap! Furniture, light fixtures and bathroom fixtures need tremendous maintenance. In winter it would be very difficult for the tourists staying in these cottages, as the bathrooms do not have hot and cold running water in the wash basin. The bathing area has a mixer which does not work properly, so you either get very hot or very cold water. So the only option left for the tourists is to fill up a bucket of water by mixing the two hot and cold to desired temperature and have a bucket bath, we did just that!! Shower head is not good, and water pressure is bad!! In my opinion the Uttar Pradesh Tourism should be given the task of looking after the staying facilities in Dudhwa Campus, instead of Uttar Pradesh Forest Corporation. There is a canteen in the campus which offers vegetarian meals, this place too can be kept more clean, especially the hand washing area. The Sal Forest Rest House is mainly for Government officials. If you do get a booking for it, which is cheaper too, you must be prepared to be shifted out, at any time, it could be in the middle of the night , if some official/officials decide to visit Dudhwa and stay. There are monkeys in the campus so one has to be careful of not leaving cottage doors open, or else they make their way in to snatch bags containing food from your cottages or hand. A lot more like a reading room with a library of wildlife books; and some wildlife movies or documentaries can be arranged in pen drives, as we are in a digital age! This will be interesting recreation for the Tourists, after the evening Safari. Tourists staying in the Park can avail of this facility and learn more about wildlife! I heard that they do show wild life movies, but while we were there it was not possible as the movie projector was not working. These little things need immediate attention. A lot needs to be done for a comfortable stay for tourists in Dudhwa!!
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Date of stay: February 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Forest Rest House Dudhwa
Which popular attractions are close to Forest Rest House Dudhwa?
Nearby attractions include Tigers Den (5.4 km) and Dudhwa National Park, Dudhwa (5.6 km).
What food & drink options are available at Forest Rest House Dudhwa?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Forest Rest House Dudhwa?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.