Uniquely constructed tree houses offer a fusion of traditional jungle living and contemporary design. The lodge is set in a dense 21 acre jungle on the border of Bandhavgarh National Park.
Accommodation & Facilities
Tree House Hideaway Lodge consists of five unique tree-houses built at the edge of Bandhavgarh National Park. The air-conditioned rooms are constructed from natural materials and all have modern en-suite bathrooms, a living area, mini-bar, mosquito nets and a writing table. Private balconies overlook the tiger reserve and the Bandhavgarh Fort, where animals can frequently be spotted. Bedrooms are furnished with understated accessories in natural tones. This is the perfect honeymoon getaway due to the privacy of the tree houses.
The main communal area encircles a large Mahue tree and is home to The Watering Hole bar, with the cosy dining area is situated on a lower level.
Tree House Hideaway Lodge has its own hides overlooking a water hole frequented by wild animals, offering great viewing from the comfort of the lodge.
The dining hall offers Indian, continental and barbeque meals, catered to meet guest requirements.
Morning and evening jeep safaris operate in 4x4 Suzuki open top vehicles, fitted with comfortable bucket seats and fridges. Cultural visits to Bandhavgarh Fort - the highest point of the park - are also offered. Village visits, workshops with bamboo weavers and excursions to Sanjay National Park (2 hours) can be organised on request.
Children of all ages welcome at Tree House Hideaway Lodge.