The Pashan Garh in the Panna National Park India is a safari lodge built on top of a small hill. The lodge overlooks a forest and nearby watering hole where tigers and antelopes have often been sighted. The interiors are a contemporary mix of chocolate linens, block-printed black silks, Celadon cottons and cotton lace chandeliers with a strong crocodile motif.
The Pashan Garh lodge consists of 12 stone cottages, with a central guest area that showcases leather furniture made in Delhi. Guests can also take advantage of cascading waterfalls, a swimming pool and a romantic outdoor machan or hunting platform. All of this set in a 190 acres of private property.
Website: Pashan Garh