Bhuj House



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, as well as survived the devastating Bhuj earthquake of 2001. The family have lovingly restored the house, opening it as a delightful four-room heritage homestay. 

They have four individual guest rooms, set with restored furniture and local Kutchi fabrics.  All rooms open out onto the inner courtyard: Rohee’s – which sleeps three; Nano – a small double room; Jafri – a twin-room and Agassi – a family room up on the terrace. Each room has an ensuite bathroom, air-conditioning and wi-fi access.