Meera Dass, a school teacher in India and abroad, decided to take early retirement, open her home, and run a Bed & Breakfast home-stay. Saubhag Bed & Breakfast is the result. It is centrally located - 15 minutes away from the New Delhi Railway Station, 25 minutes away from the domestic airport and 35 minutes away from the international airport. Trees surround the home and you can hear the birds and squirrels as you sip your morning cup of tea.
There are three well-appointed and air-conditioned rooms with attached bathrooms. The sitting area has television and music and guests are free to use the refrigerator in the kitchen. The whole idea is to feel comfortable and at home.
The Dass family live downstairs. Every guest receives personalised attention, yet left well alone. Meera is always at hand to talk and share. She personally sees to the authentic Indian cuisine the home provides. Breakfast offers a choice of Western or Indian fare. The Dass family has lived in Singapore, Indonesia and Romania for several years and knows what it is like to have home comforts when travelling. They look forward to meeting people from across the globe and making new friends.
Open: Saubhag Bed and Breakfast is open all year.
Location: Saubhag Bed and Breakfast is located in a quiet residential neighbourhood in New Delhi, about a 15 minute drive from the railway station, 25 minutes from the domestic airport and 35 minutes from the international airport.
Rooms: There are 3 large guest rooms, all with en-suite bathroom. Rooms are air-conditioned.
Activities: Meera, the owner, who lives in the property with her family, is on hand to offer advice about the best shopping venues and will even accompany guests on shopping trips. The family can also arrange sightseeing tours in the city.
Facilities: There is a sitting room with television and stereo, which guests are welcome to use. They can also use the â€˜fridge in the kitchen. The house has a pleasant garden with plenty of trees, home to birds and squirrels. Breakfast is a choice of western and Indian food. Evening meals can be arranged on request.
Dining: Breakfast is usually a communal meal, though guests may eat at different times.
Children: Children of all ages are welcome.
Health: We recommend malarial prophylactics for travel to India.
Communication: There is free high-speed internet access.
This New Delhi B&Bh has sensible policies as regards natural resources, and buying & employing locally.
"What a fantastic host Meera is - she couldn't have been more friendly or done more for us. Lovely to stay slightly away from the hustle and bustle of central Dehli as well."