The Bhuj House is a traditional Parsi courtyard house in the historic town of Bhuj. Built in the late 1800’s, it has stood through seven generations of the Bhujwala family. The family have lovingly restored the house, opening it as a delightful four-room heritage homestay. The Bhuj House is located on a busy side-street, complete with wandering cattle, food-carts, beeping rickshaws and the evocative call-to-prayer. Step away from the hustle-and-bustle and into another world. Guests can immerse themselves in the history of the house or soak in the tranquility of the inner, leafy courtyard. The Bhuj House has four individual guest rooms set with restored furniture and beautiful Kutchi fabrics. Each has an en-suite bathroom, A-C and Wi-Fi access and open on to the inner courtyard.