Durga Puja, the biggest Bengali festival, is less than two months away and we are sure every Bengali is very excited. The most fun 5 days of Durga Puja are just around the corner, and most have already started their shopping. When it comes to spending some special time with your loved ones in Kolkata, we have a special recommendation for you. Kolkata’s heritage Airbnb ‘Bhubanbari’ is an amazing place to stay during this time and experience the Durga puja beautifully.
Bhubanbari Is A Must-Stay Airbnb During Durga Puja!
On the second floor of a building from the 1900s in North Kolkata, this Airbnb is a 200-year-old heritage property. Nestled in Goabagan, staying here is a unique experience. A filmmaker revamped this iconic property and now guests can rent it to spend time together. This heritage Airbnb features a dalan (courtyard) with a Durga Mandir (temple). Witnessing the worshipping of Maa Durga from so close and grooving to the beats of dhak is such a blissful feeling. The interiors are stunning with the perfect blend of bohemian intricacies and modern touches.
Enjoy The Heritage Vibes Of Kolkata
For some relaxation and refreshment, the terrace of the Airbnb is open. There are vibrant, colorful flowers and plants surrounding the terrace. This is something you will find in most Bengali households. The property features a double bedroom with beautiful antique furniture. And the balcony boats a pretty landscape of the skyline. The beautiful rooms, antique touches, artwork, and ancient designs will transport you to the past. To see Kolkata at its best, Bhubanbari is a great place to spend some time. It is surely a home away from home.
Booking this Airbnb won’t cost you much as it is very affordable. You do not have to worry about food as well. For just ₹150 each person, you can enjoy a lip-smacking breakfast. And starting at just ₹150, you can order home-cooked food from Nita’s Kitchen.
You will get access to the double bedroom, terrace, kitchen, balcony, and shared washroom. There is a parking space for two-wheelers as well and you don’t have to pay a penny for that. To park cars, you need to park them outside on the street.