Simplistic though spacious, the cottages are nestled amongst thick foliage. They are in regional design and relate to and incorporate some of the traditional living methods and available resources. Each cottage is uniquely stamped by the hands that created it. The adaptive re-use of old doors and windows adds to its character. Natural materials and hand made fabrics and linen that rustle in the soft breeze are complemented with interesting furniture pieces. Each cottage is equipped with a yoga kit and you are spoilt for choice on places to practice!!
All cottages have comfortable bath areas as well as open to sky showers with the overhanging trees creating an element of fun and romance. The stillness of the forest is best enjoyed from the sit-outs, the decks attached with each cottage overlooking the meandering river. The deluxe cottages provide the option to enjoy a true jungle experience, with sleeping in the open, under the Machans - a covered rooftop, attached with the cottage.
“The Survey Lounge” and Library
The open reception area and the elegant library room offers an interesting range of books on nature, birds, wildlife and flora & fauna.
An entire collection of Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book, the recent pictorial coffee table book on the BBC documentary on Pench tiger cubs or travel logs by James Forysth's documenting central India, are all for you to browse through.
Films on wildlife too have been stocked, for leisure viewing.
The Conference hall enables round table setups for up to 50 in an air-conditioned hall. Conference for up to 100 participants is available in a mix of covered and open area under the sprawling cluster of Mahuas, which is usually a welcome option. In the winter months, this open area comes alive with barbecues and bonfires.