Located in a small Rajasthani village, this 19th century castle has 26 rooms, and polo grounds and horses where guests can learn how to play polo.
Historic HouseHistoric House
Swimming PoolSwimming Pool
Secret Retreats

Hotel Description

This beautifully restored 150 year old fort is just a 90-minute drive from Jaipur and Ranthambore Tiger Reserve. Each of the 18 heritage suites and 8 guestrooms overlook the gardens and swimming pools. Activities include camel safaris, horse trekking, visiting surrounding villages and temples, lunch in a traditional mud house on a local farm, and watching a polo match on their polo field.

Room Description

Hotel Facilities & Highlights

Talabgaon Castle highlight
Deep blue pool.
Talabgaon Castle highlight
Rajasthani lunch in a nearby farm.
Talabgaon Castle highlight
Talabgaon Castle has stables and its very own Polo Field.
Talabgaon Castle highlight
Camel Safaris in the desert.

Your Host & The Team

Dileep & Dalpat Singh Rathore“Talabgaon Castle is a living castle. It has been with our family for over 200 years. We have always wanted to share the experience of a by gone era with the guests of Talabgaon. We Rajputs have a proud history as fearless warriors who lived by a strict code of honor. We also have a reputation for our hospitality. At Talabgoan Castle we want the guests to experience the lifestyle of a Rajput noble. Our family resides at the castle so each guest is treated more like a visiting family member or relative rather than just a guest. Atithi Devo Bhavah (The guest is god) is a Rajput and a hindu tradition that has been followed in India for centuries and our aim is for the guests of "Talabgon to experience that tradition in the luxurious comfort of Castle Talabgaon." Also as the castle is situated in middle of rustic Rural Rajasthan and we want guests to experience and see the real rural Rajasthani lifestyle which they cannot in other city Hotels. Our vision is "Luxury in the Palm of Nature”

Dileep & Dalpat Singh Rathore


Not long after leaving the “Pink City” Jaipur, my driver drops me in front of the historic Talabgaon Castle, a beautifully restored fort built in 1818. Alighting from the car, the warm, soft breeze is welcoming, and my eye is instantly drawn to the building’s gleaming white walls and fascinating architecture.
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We Care

Talabgaon Castle is actively involved in improving quality of life of their local community and providing employment and training. Hiring residents from the local villages and providing job opportunities in various divisions in the hotel. Talabgaon Castle also encourages international travel companies and their guests to help the local community by contributing resources in the field of education and social welfare.

In collaboration with Land Rover and Indigo Travels, Talabgaon Castle helps to provide clean drinking water to its surrounding villages. Through generous donations from guests and international organisations, Talabgaon Castle worked together with representatives of Indigo Travels to set up new water tubes, water pumps, and water taps for the local people. An active member of the local community, Talabgaon Castle also encourages guests to donate reading materials, books, notebooks, and pens/pencils to local government schools. 

Welcome to Jaipur, Rajasthan

A gateway to discovering medieval India’s royal Rajput palaces, forts and other architectural wonders, Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan. Informally referred to as the “Pink City”, after Maharaja Ram Singh had the entire old city painted pink to welcome the Prince of Wales in 1876, discover the city’s vibrant culture, colourful festivals and Rajasthani cuisine.

Explore Jaipur’s most distinctive landmark, Hawa Mahal. Also known as the Palace of Winds and built in 1799, the delicately honeycombed five storey pink-sandstone structure is extraordinary. The vast complex of courtyards, gardens, and buildings featuring a blend of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture at City Palace is equally impressive. Embark on a royal elephant ride up to the imposing white marble and red sandstone palace at Amber Fort. The intricate carvings on the walls and ceilings, and detailed mirror work are fascinating. Browse the colourful bazaars in the Old City. More history can be viewed at the Albert Hall Museum and Museum of Indology. Jaipur is also renowned for its shopping including: fabrics, carpets, local handicrafts, camel leather goods, gems, blue pottery, and exquisite jewellery. A lively land filled with magnificent tales and treasures—Jaipur.

Useful Information

Total number of rooms: 26
Annual closing:
open all year

Time zone: (GMT+05:30) Mumbai
Currency accepted: INR
Credit cards accepted: Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Diners
Electricity voltage: 230V
Electricity plug type:    
About 1h30 drive from Jaipur direction South East, via road 52, then 23.
Nearest Airports: Jaipur International Airport (JAI) - 69 km
Nearest Airports: Delhi Int Airport - 345 km

Village Post Talabgaon, Tasil Lalsoat, District Dausa, Rajasthan, 303503 , India
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Time & Weather

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35° C

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1:24 pm