The rooms are lit by sun power, with attached bathrooms featuring both warm and cool water as well as flushing toilets. Each lodging is styled to appear like a separate, timber cabin, harmonizing with the nearby rainforest, hence, it doesn't seem misplaced.
Some lodgings come with a roomy standalone tub and a cozy fireplace.
The distant lodge consists of 18 distinct units (providing beds for 45 people in total), each boasting private timber patios with a view of the untamed landscape. Of these units, 3 have connected rooms, perfect for families. Plus, there are an additional 2 rooms which are attached, but not inter-connected.
There are 18 rooms in total, 3 of which are inter-leading rooms. 2 of these individual rooms are actually joined, and we recommend them for guests who are well acquainted. The family rooms have 3 beds in each unit, and the rest of the rooms are either set twins or doubles (must be requested at time of booking).
Each room has a wooden balcony with a view of the undulating jungle covered landscape. The balconies are furnished with a comfortable seating area, comprising chairs or couches. There are also small lounges/seating areas in each of the rooms.
All bathroom amenities are provided, and rooms have a safe, wardrobe hanging space, mosquito nets, bedside lamps and plug points. Some of the rooms have a stand-alone bath with shower. There are also a few rooms furnished with an indoor coal fireplace for warmth. However, hot water bottles, dressing gowns and extra blankets are provided for extra warmth.