The plantation bungalow is reminiscent of the colonial architecture and décor from the early 19th century, with wide airy verandas, high ceilings, vintage furniture, fireplaces and spacious rooms. The accommodation is plush yet understated, offering restive corners to unwind.
The Western Ghats had an enduring footprint of British officers in late 18th century, where they were seeking respite from the hot plains and economic opportunities cultivating spices and coffee. Finally, many of them settled on tea, thanks to the cool climes of the Nilgiris and around. Many plush and sprawling plantation homes propped up for the managers, staff and families.