Best time to visit : October to March and July and August
Inspired by Atin Bandopadhyay’s novel, Manusher Ghorbari, Kolkata’s couple Sahana and Aniket built a lovely serene idylic farm house just 12 kms from Prantik station on the way to Fullora temple( one of the maa shakti peeth’s) and is just 5 kms before Kirnahar village. At leisure one can enjoy the farm’s produces, do fishing, bullock cart riding, visit the nearby handloom centres as spread in each household and also take a car to the famous “Hansuli Banker Upokotha” village and the birth place of novelist Tarashankar Bandopadhyay. The concept of rates is a bit different. Out of three rooms, two are of mud, wood and bamboo finish with attached toilets; One is a RCC AC room with attached toilets.
Room & Meal Charges : One has to take the entire farmhouse as individual heterogeneous guestship is not allowed here. The cost of the stay only is @ Rs.1800/- EPAI (bed on;y)per day for the entire villa with two rooms.
Food is made out of the farm’s produce and no external out sourcing are allowed.
Approximately the food cost comes to around @Rs 750 per day per head. Transfer facilities are available to/from Prantik and Bolpur stations