Living Spaces

The accommodation built as a farm stay offers 4 hideaway rooms and a luxurious tent. Every hideaway is furnished with ample lounging space and offers a private verandah, air-conditioner, and other necessities.
Reminiscent of the Dak Bungalows from the old times, a single-story structure spread over acres of green space. The two standard hideaway rooms come with a double bed, sofa chairs and a luggage rack. The rooms are appointed with an attached bathroom and a private cozy verandah.

Standard Hideaway Room

In-room TV ● Room Service ● Size: 170 sq ft

Standard Hideaway Room

In-room TV ● Room Service ● Size: 170 sq ft
Reminiscent of the Dak Bungalows from the old times, a single-story structure spread over acres of green space. The two standard hideaway rooms come with a double bed, sofa chairs and a luggage rack. The rooms are appointed with an attached bathroom and a private cozy verandah.
Spread over 260 sq.ft, located on the first floor, the Premium Hideaway Rooms overlook the vast expanse of open fields. The natural wood finish, four poster beds are reflective of the local architectural style.
Superior Hideaway Room

In-room TV ● King-sized beds and Room Service ● Size: 210 sq ft

Superior Hideaway Room
In-room TV ● King-sized beds and Room Service ● Size: 210 sq ft
Spread over 260 sq.ft, located on the first floor, the Premium Hideaway Rooms overlook the vast expanse of open fields. The natural wood finish, four poster beds are reflective of the local architectural style.
Spread over 260 sq.ft, located on the first floor, the Premium Hideaway Rooms overlook the vast expanse of open fields. The natural wood finish, four poster beds are reflective of the local architectural style.
The Safari Tent
In-room TV ● King-sized beds and Room Service ● Size: 190 sq ft
The Safari Tent
In-room TV ● King-sized beds and Room Service ● Size: 190 sq ft
Spread over 260 sq.ft, located on the first floor, the Premium Hideaway Rooms overlook the vast expanse of open fields. The natural wood finish, four poster beds are reflective of the local architectural style.