PANNA NATIONAL PARK
Guest AccommodationSurrounded by 190
acres of private jungle wilderness, Pashan Garh draws inspiration from the dry-packed stone houses of north-central India. With breathtaking views over the dense forest, as well
as a nearby waterhole, the stone cottages are approached by large flagstones. Inside, dry packed stone walls and airy architecture create the impression of a summer pavilion.
Accents of ebony, chocolate and white combine with a dramatic central shower in the bathroom to create a clean, strong texture. A vast stone veranda with a comfortable day bed
provides shelter from the heat of the day. Delicious Indian fare, prepared by expert chefs, is discreetly delivered using the unobtrusive butler hatches.
The guest areas celebrate Haveli design and are centred around a spacious central courtyard, set amongst giant banyan trees. Panna stone, mined on the outskirts of Panna
town itself, and Jaisalmer stone from Rajasthan, is used for all the stonework. Large decks flow between the dining area and the guest area, with their exposed roof rafters and
raw stone walls. A lookout tower offers expansive views over the nearby watering hole. An infinity pool invites guests for a refreshing dip, while inviting aromas waft from the
open, interactive kitchen. Vintage kists, rich textiles and an array of other treasures bring softness and warmth to the chunky stone interiors.