Actor Subodh Bhave inaugurates an off-beat accommodation called ‘Village Home Stay’
PUNE: The need to escape from the claustrophobic urban environment is immense. So to make city-based people experience the pleasure of staying in an open-air countryside with fields and farmers around, an off-beat accommodation option called ‘Village Home Stay, near the reservoir of Bhatghar Dam at the foothills of Rajgad has been set up, where individuals will get a chance to explore the beauty of a village and get involved with farmers and understand their lifestyle. The lodgings were inaugurated by Actor Subodh Bhave recently.
Chandrashekhar Jaiswal, General Manager, Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) and Directors of Synergy Holiday Village including Mandar Deogaonkar, Amruta Deogaonkar, Ganesh Jadhav and Rajendra Awate among others were present at the inauguration of the ‘Village Home Stay’ accommodation which has been set up in assistance with Synergy Holiday Village Resort.
Taking a tour of the village, Subodh Bhave said, “To escape from the stressful city-life, people choose to settle down in villages. Getaways like the ‘Village Home Stay’ bring about the nature of the village and its simple and free life, which is full of happiness. People also get to experience the lives of hard-working farmers, which ultimately increases their affection for them.”
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