Take a journey through the 300 years of Royal Maratha legacy at Fort JadhavGADH with secret passages, dungeons, lush lawns, canons, and gun holes, escape routes, interesting stories of valour and royalty. Located just 14 kilometres from Pune and at a 4.5-hour drive from Mumbai, this is the only heritage hotel in Maharashtra. The mesmerizing scenic beauty on the way from Mumbai and Pune will escort you to your regal vacation at our heritage resort in Pune.
Perched on a hillock, Fort JadhavGADH was built in 1710 by Shri Pilaji Jadhavrao, a Maratha General in the army of Chattrapati Shahu Maharaj as a residence. The Pilaji Darwaza, Maha Darwaza, Gadhicha Darwaza, Kund Darwaza, Purandar Darwaza, rock stairways, they all tell a story.
Revisit the history at one of the best resorts near Pune. The moment you step in at Fort JadhavGADH, you are greeted with the royal music by Mavlas (soldiers during the period of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj) playing the tutari and given a traditional welcome by a lady dressed in the traditional nauvari (9-wari sari). Fort JadhavGADH's reincarnation into a luxury heritage resort in Pune is an unassuming and unhurried masterpiece where everything has its root ensconced in history. The General Manager is called Killedar, the manager at the reception is called Swagat Kaksha Vyavasthapak, and the swimming pool in the fort hotel is called Kund. The Chhajja is the quaint all-day dining area; Kholis are the rooms, Prangan, Panchayat & Gurukull for the conference room.
Fort JadhavGADH, being transformed from a fort to a hotel, is our best attempt to conserve its cultural heritage and revisit the historical tales attached to it. Our Pune heritage hotel offers spectacular views of the valley of Jadhavwadi below. Our exemplary service to our guests coupled with the numerous activities that we provide makes us one of the best resorts near Pune. Read the story of the fort. Located just a short drive away from Mumbai and Pune, Fort JadhavGADH with a quaint and peaceful ambience is an ideal weekend getaway and the perfect place for relaxation from the daily hectic schedule. It is also a great venue for hosting corporate events in Pune. If you are wishing for an enchanting destination wedding in Pune, we are sure to make your fantasy come true at this heritage resort in Pune. The Fort has a museum to display its history and gives an audio tour to its guests.
Visit for an ineffably mesmerizing stay at Fort JadhavGADH, the only luxury heritage resort in Pune, Maharashtra.
Experience Royalty in our Rooms near Pune
Payatha - the ethnic foothill restaurant in Pune, Chhajja - the all-day canopy dining, and Aangan- the outdoor courtyard cafe near Pune offers delicious cuisines during your blissful stay at Fort JadhavGADH, fit for a kingly appetite. Enjoy a perfect getaway from Mumbai!
Fort JadhavGADH is a one-of-a-kind resort in Jadhavwadi. There is a poolside spa for you to relax in. A museum, displaying various historically significant artifacts is conveniently located inside the property for a historical tour. Rifle Shooting, Archery, and many more activities are available in our heritage hotel near Pune. We also provide an audio tour of the fort that contains an explanation of all the elements of the fort. The abundance of activities, for your entertainment and relaxation, in and around our heritage resort in Jadhavwadi makes it a perfect weekend getaway from Mumbai away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
If you are looking for a spa resort near Mumbai or in Pune, Fort JadhavGADH is the right place for you. Rejuvenate and relax at our idyllic poolside spa.
Our spa in Pune offers a reposing experience and a perfect retreat from your hectic daily life. Book your weekend getaway from Mumbai at one of the best Pune resorts and enjoy your blissful stay along with our spa facility.
The Aai Museum
Fort JadhavGADH is the only hotel of its kind with an in-house museum. The Aai Museum, as the name suggests, is a museum in Pune which is dedicated to all the mothers of the world.
It is a labour of love of Dr. Vithal Venkatesh Kamat, who has painstakingly created this museum by reusing and reviving the fort's horse and elephant stable houses. It has a superlative collection of everyday items dating back to the early 17th and 18th century, a few of them are - brass kitchen items, bullock cart, Palkhi, war ammunition, Tanjore paintings, and ornate doors.