Tree House Hideaway
Bandhavgarh National Park
About Tree House Hideaway
There is a road to hide away of fantasies on and among the trees in our five tree houses. On the 21-acre property, guests have the option of staying in the comfort of their rooms or venturing out into the tiger-infested wild. The land boasts a variety of resident birds, reptiles, and animals that live among the forest trees, and the region has evolved into a tiny secure park for them. You can spend your time alone and undisturbed in the privacy of your accommodation, or you can explore the Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve in search of wild creatures and birds.
The appearance of tree houses in the untamed environment of Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve is grungy and robust, yet the door opens to an acceptable elegance that complements the outside world. With earth tones and eco basics, the designs are a blend of contemporary style with traditional jungle life. Modern attached bathrooms with 24 hour hot and cold water, a living space, a mini bar, split ACs with 100 percent power backup, mosquito netting, a writing table and chair, and loungers on the balcony are included in all Tree Houses. The hideaways are called after the trees on which they are built: Mahua, Tendu, Peepal, Banyan, and Palash.
All of the tree houses were built by locals using regularised wood. To ensure that the Tree Houses mix nicely with nature, local craft knowledge and traditional craftsmanship have been employed throughout.
The dining hall is divided into two levels and is built around a century-old Mahua tree. The lower level is a comfortable dining hall, while the upper floor is a bar/lounge called ‘The Watering Hole.’ The dining hall serves Indian, Continental, and Barbeque dishes that are customised to the visitors’ preferences.
A Machaan overlooking a water hole frequented by wild animals is also available at the Lodge.