Pashan Garh Wilderness Lodge
The dramatic slate roofs of Pashan Garh Wilderness Lodge rise out of private jungle just 12 km (seven miles) from the entrance to Panna National Park.
Inspired by the dry-packed stone architecture of the region, Pashan Garh is stony and rough hewn, with white marble and leather furniture to soften its stark lines.
A spacious central courtyard celebrates local Haveli design, with its sense of sanctuary and coolness.
The dramatic lines of the lodge create a theatre of jungle discovery and adventure, with constant reminders of the wilderness outside, like the massive black and white nature photo canvases that decorate the walls or the crocodile motifs that echo the inhabitants of the Ken River nearby.
The lodge is surrounded by 190 acres (70 hectares) of private jungle, with magnificent views over the forest and a watering hole. The World Heritage Site of Khajuraho, with its intricately carved ancient Indian temples, is an easy day trip from Pashan Garh.
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Inspired by the dry-packed stone architecture of the region, Pashan Garh is stony and rough hewn, with white marble and leather furniture.
At Pashan Garh Wilderness Lodge, the days are designed to thrill you with unexpected jungle encounters and the fragrant Indian nights.