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 (night-flowering jasmine) – 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 (pink trumpet tree). The former two are located in the main villa, while the other three are in the secondary villa (the ‘out-house’).
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 (with bicycles to-go), 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 (details here),
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).