The resorts central area is a large colonial style bungalow with ample verandas on either side.The forecourt is a beautiful water body with lotus in bloom, bougainvilleas, and water palm. The back veranda overlooks large green lawns, thatched roof gazebo, camping hut and an open expanse of the orchard and the river front with dense green cover providing rich bird sightings.
This area houses the reception, dining, the lounge cum library and the support facilities such as kitchen, pantry & the stores etc. The swimming pool cum spa with activity areas is expected to be added in the near future
This area comprises a mix of 12 elegantly designed cottages and suites providing luxury, comfort & conveniences of a high end.
The cottages comprise spacious bedrooms, entry courtyard with stairway to the Machans, vanity area, washroom and a front deck. The large rooftop Machan is a spot with a fantastic view of the TATR hills & the river, Bird watching, Stargazing and camping at night for the nocturnal sightings of occasional Wild boar, Sloth bear etc.
There are two blocks each comprising a combination of four suites which are ideal for groups and family's & yet provide each unit the privacy and comfort as becoming of an individuals needs.
Each cottage or suite is air conditioned with TV's, Refrigerator, Coffee tea maker and Hot & Cold shower etc.
The cottages and suites have a combination of King or Twin beds.
This is a unique feature at Mahua Tola which attempts to provide excellent residential facility for special interest groups such as researchers, photographers, naturalists, Bird Watcher Groups and School Groups at highly discounted prices in particular for long stays.
The Hut comprises space for four elegant beds with accompanying side tables, racks for luggage etc. Two common study tables, two separate vanity areas with two separate washrooms.
The hut provides for a common front porch or varandah overlooking the central areas of dining, lawns and the orchard etc. The hut also provides for private camping for the keen bird watchers or campers on a private roof top machan overlooking the river and the dense foliage.
This facility's is likely to be operational by March 2016.