Stayed 3 nights in January 2017.
The guest house is beautiful and inviting, with a lovely garden, big bright rooms, and wonderful staff.
We arrived very early in the morning, but Ashok, the manager, was happy to get us set up in our room and let us rest. He gave us great tips about getting around the city, things to do, the history of the house and the city and gave us an insight into life in India.
The bed was large and comfortable, there was plenty of room for our stuff, there was a space heater and extra set of blankets as it was Winter, and there are horses in the yard next door.
Breakfast was delicious and served in a lovely dining room with books and pictures and artifacts from the history of the house.
There are outdoor terraces and the lovely garden make great places to sketch or read or chat.
Ashok gave us good advice on places and behavior to be wary of from people trying to scam us. He couldn't do enough for us and helped us mail letters, arrange good taxis at reasonable prices, arrange inexpensive laundry and just sit and keep us company in the common area after dinner. He made our Jaipur experience truly memorable.
Our one mistake was not having a map or data on our phone to find the guest house, as is not as widely known among the tuk tuk drivers, but we cannot fault Rawla Rawatsar for that.