As the name suggests the accommodation is named after Kolkutta the capital city of West Bengal in Eastern India. It is well known for hospitably the Bengali way and also serves the cuisine from that region of India. Fresh water and coastal fish is a popularity of that region and part of daily intake. Hence wherever Bengalis go they must have their daily dose of macher jhol or fish curry and rice.
Bengali uphold rich cultural values and love to travel in groups they are frequent visitors to Bandhavgarh and love the forests. They love the company of their fellow men and of course the cuisine.
Kolkata Kutir caters to this crowd with aplomb but being a budget lodge many other communities stay here. The rooms are spacious well kept with attached bathroom. Neat and clean the beds are spacious as well. All things spell good comfort in lower mid segment tariff. The thirteen rooms are air cooled to tackle the sweltering heat of the summers.
Food as mentioned above is quality and delicious as per the reviews online. The staff is polite well mannered and provides efficient service. The thatched dining space alternate for a restaurant but who cares as long as the food is good.
You get the best at the best rates so next time you are going economy on tour to Bandhavgarh stop at Kolkata Kutir