Hotels in Mahabaleshwar


At Stone Shelter, we believe that a vacation is only as successful as it is relaxing. That is why our priority is your comfort.

Stone shelter’s owner sandip gurav is an architect and his father dnyaneshwar gurav is an artist. Both have designed the property in an artistic way keeping in mind taste of guests. Displayed paintings also painted by owner.

This newly constructed property is nestled in a beautiful locale, surrounded by the stunning Western Ghats. A breath-taking view of the valley welcomes you when you step in to our humble nest. Stone Shelter is a one of finest hotel in mahabaleshwar.

Inside the compound, we have 8 luxurious, fully-furnished rooms built to cater to all kinds of travellers and party sizes. Featuring a well-maintained lawn and a bonfire area, Stone Shelter hosts exciting parties for our guests to enjoy. The property also features a beautiful garden and a swimming pool for the days when you feel like staying in and relaxing. The pool is fit with a state-of-the-art filtration system, so jump in whenever you would like. The water is always safe and hygienic.

Stone Shelter has been designed by renowned architect Sandeep Gurav. The building has been constructed using high quality red sandstone; brought in specially from Rajasthan. Several antiques and décor items sourced from Kerala, Karnataka and other parts of India give the interior a calming, earthy vibe.

Bhilar, Maharashtra

Bhilar is a village in Satara district, Maharashtra, India. It is known as village of books. Bhilar is located near the hill station Panchgani It popular for its strawberries d an n ot wihao become India's first "village of books", a concept inspired by Britain's Hay-on-Wye, a Welsh town known for its book stores and literature is known as village of books. 'pustakanche gaon', as it is known in Marathi, was set up as the village of books on May 4, 2017, and this government initiative was inaugurated by Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis. This village, spread over two kilometres, is located at a distance of eight kilometres from the hill station Panchgani.