Experience a bygone British era while residing in this picturesque resort at Yercaud. The entrance is through a small concrete road, which takes one to a grassy reception and a courtyard. There are four guestrooms that are named aptly after the erstwhile British bungalows and maintained with heritage decor. The Creme Brulee, a dining area with an oval antique teak table and a seating capacity for a family of 12, offers both vegetarian and non-vegetarian cuisine.
This is a honey-moon suite with a large private sit-out, which is both indoor as well as outdoor. A 2000sq feet private lawn area is available for an outdoor dining experience. The heritage teak-wood decor includes an Old English spring Vono bed, a wardrobe, and a writing table. An LCD TV, a telephone and a DVD player are available inside this room. The large bathroom bears an ancient heritage look and there is also an outdoor bathroom, which offers guests with an opportunity to bathe under the sky.