Pujali Guest House is located at Budge Budge Trunk Rd, Pujali, Budge Budge, Kolkata, West Bengal 700138, India, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Pujali Guest House and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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subhankar Chatterjee

4 Google Rating

Very difficult to reach the place, far from the nearest train station (Budge Budge), need own transp

4/ 5

Very difficult to reach the place, far from the nearest train station (Budge Budge), need own transportation facility; otherwise nice place to arrange for a office picnic. Parking, rooms, resting place, attach bathrooms, open space everything is available. Just by the side of the Ganges.


5 Google Rating

We were goes from sealdah by our pre booked bus.It tooks almost 2 or 2:30 Hrs from sealdah to budge

5/ 5

We were goes from sealdah by our pre booked bus.It tooks almost 2 or 2:30 Hrs from sealdah to budge budge Pujali Guest House. The road was pretty bad some time and lane was also pretty narrow..thats why it takes little extra time..The guest house is good and there is a medium size garden in front of the guest house which is quite beautiful.. You can play little cricket and football if you wants to. Beside the guest house there are ganga river and the view was too good in the afternoon... You can enjoy there and could takes some nice pictures there... Thats all from me.. Thank you.

Sukdeb Mitra

3 Google Rating

Nice Place for Picknick.. Beside Ganges..

3/ 5

Nice Place for Picknick.. Beside Ganges..

Goutam Banerjee

4 Google Rating

Nice, still can be improved

4/ 5

Nice, still can be improved


4 Google Rating

It's a mini good tourist spot

4/ 5

It's a mini good tourist spot

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