The Amraee' Rural Heritage Resort has come up at Pranpur offering a peerless experience with all necessary tourist facilities and the special attraction of horse riding. A rustic spell drapes this heritage resort constructed in the vernacular tradition with polychromatic sandstones.
Of significance is the fact that the construction led to the revival of stone masonry skills that lay dormant for over two decades. The craft has been regained its lost glory and the craftsmen are once again enthused to propagate their skills. The Resort managed by the local community encompasses stone cottages, restaurant, interpretation centre, natural amphitheatre and a mango orchard.
Visitors can savour seasonal fruits and vegetables plucked straight from the backyard; sit under clear skies and a canopy of stars and watch folk performances.
There is a private hotel named Shreekunj, and also Tana-Bana, the Madhya Pradesh Tourism Department Hotel that offers lodging and boarding of 20-30 tourists. Tourists can also stay at the Jain Dharmshalas at Pranpur and Chanderi.