Serenity Bangla is an amazing homestay in Amritsar in the Punjab in north-east India that hosts people from all over the world.
Its main attraction for me was the genuine welcome into the family, not just the property, from the host Romy. She was so helpful with arranging taxis, making sure I was safe, comfortable in my room and well fed. Romy is a great cook by the way, and I highly recommend taking advantage of her home cooked meals as the property is a 15 minute drive into the city.
The rooms are spacious and well provisioned and there are usually other guests around share an excursion with or chat with over tea in Romy’s living room.
If you want to stay in Amritsar and want to experience genuine Punjabi hospitality rather than just a normal hotel then try this option.
Thanks to Carol Charman for this article
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