Pack Your Bags For A Boutique Farm Stay In Karjat

    What Makes It Awesome?

    Tooth Mountain Farms is a luxurious boutique farm stay, located in the scenic setting of Karjat. Rustic, but oh-so-stylish, the property here is the embodiment of nature and art lover’s dreams-come-true. It shouldn’t take you more than 2 hours to get to Tooth Mountain Farms from Pune by road.

    We love the artsy feel of the property featuring 5 suite-style rooms for a maximum of 18 people, split between the main bungalow, and a pool-side outhouse. Each room has it’s own theme named after a flowering tree (which you’ll also find in the surrounding area), with colour-coding to match. They are Parijat which is also the biggest of all the rooms; Palash (flame-of-the-forest), Amaltas (golden-shower-tree), Ashmantak (purple orchid), and their newest addition Basant Rani. The former two are located in the main villa, while the other three are in the secondary villa.

    Tooth Mountain Farms is spread over 20 acres, and also features a natural man-made lake (ideal for swimming or kayaking), a lap-pool, a football field, landscaped lawns, an activity area (for table-tennis, carom, chess, etc.), a small temple, a bicycle track, and a bonfire zone complete with seating in the garden. Adventure lovers and bird-watchers can request for a guided trek to any of the nearby forts, caves, ancient temples, or waterfalls in the Sahyadris and those who are more laid-back can enjoy recreational time at the property itself, or a dip in the pool under the shade of an old jamun tree.

    The nearby plant-nursery provides organic veggies to the property, and their sister-property Art Village is within walking distance, and also conducts their own workshops and activities which you can partake in (ceramics, pottery, painting, etc. at extra cost).


    The tariff brates are higher on weekends and special holidays, so we suggest you plan in advance. Breakfast is included in the room fare and you can bring your own food and drinks, or else take their fixed meal plan (lunch, dinner and evening snacks) at extra charge. You can even bring your fur-baby along, only on prior request (and at extra cost). House rules apply, and we suggest you read them thoroughly here.