ACCOMODATION
Inspired by the mud cottages of the local tribal the resort has a total of 18 air-conditiones luxury suites. The cottages are arranged in clusters of two or four to accommodate guests travelling in larger or smaller groups. Special care has been taken in making bathrooms the stuff of dreams.
Each suite has an adjoining verandah overlooking the forest, where one can enjoy a quiet cup of tea and take in the tranquil jungle mornings. The slanting tiled roof recreated using local stone is best suited for heavy rainfall and to keep the room temperatures low. Large windows provide ample natural light in each room and an unobstructed view of the forest around.
The Air-conditioned suites offer an atmosphere of comfort and calm and are tastefully decorated. Keeping in mind the erratic power situation we have installed a fully backup generating unit. This ensures 24 hours hot and cold running water as well as operating other essential equipment.Maintained within the property are sacred Mahua trees that have been worshipped by the tribal for generations. To retain the sanctity of these trees, we have built “Chabutras” (platforms) around each tree and guests can spend a few meditative moments here.

In the main dining room guests can enjoy delectable cuisine including fresh river fish and villages poultry. We are proud to be offering organic vegetable, wheat and milk, the farm fresh vegetables are grown in the nearby villages. The kitchen is equipped with all modern equipment including Tandoor for mouthwatering bar-be-cues. A “Machan” created on the roof is an ideal setting for guests to enjoy the spectacular view of the surrounding forests while having a drink.

Our well stocked library offers you a variety of reference books and reading material. And in case of emergencies, modern medical facilities are available at the nearby towns of Baihar and Malachkhand. There is no television in the room.