Twelve guest suites – or kutiyas (jungle village huts) each accessed through a private courtyard with shaded seating and traditional mud floors. Interiors include wooden shutters, tapered mud coloured walls in lime and earth washes (finished by hand), and handmade pottery roof tiles. En suite bathrooms with twin hand basins, indoor shower, bath and separate wc. Roll-down mats to keep out the early morning sun; overhead fans and A/C.
Indian, Continental and international cuisine. Special Baghiya breakfast laid out in the backyard of the village house, surrounded by mahua trees and a vegetable garden. Lunch by the cool shade of the swimming pool, by the watering hole, or in guests’ private courtyards. Cocktails and dinner served on open terraces or under the mahua tree.
Twice-daily jungle safaris; &Beyond trained naturalists; guided nature walks; elephant safaris; cultural walks and cycling through a traditional village; birdwatching; picnics in nearby wooded areas; star gazing and Hukkah evenings; trek to the fort and the reclining Vishnu statue; village visit and school engagement programmes