Home to India’s most popular vineyards, Nashik enjoys fertile soils and year round pleasant temperatures. The holy Godavari River flows through the town and the surrounding ghats are littered with temples and religious holy men. 2015 saw Nashik host the Kumbh Mela, the largest Hindu gathering in the religious calendar. Each February Sula Vineyards hosts SulaFest a food and jazz festival attracting crowds from around the country and acts from around the world. Just a few hours train journey from Bombay it is a popular weekend break amongst Bombay locals. Our pick of the best places to stay in Nashik is ideally located for visiting the surrounding wine country.
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Nashik (Gangapur-Savargaon Road)
An unusual and hidden gem. India is not known for its wines but 'Beyond' produces the country's finest. An ideal escape from the fast pace of city life there is a tranquil pool, signature spa and acres of vineyards to explore. Rooms range from pleasant to a palatial villa complete with private chef.