While I was there with a group--of seven, no less--I felt when I wanted to I could be alone with my thoughts. The tree-filled, legacy-laced mansion on a hill, with its just a handful of rooms ensured a hush that I could hear my thoughts, which were occasionally punctuated by the cries of peacocks nearby.
The swimming pool provided a lovely respite when it is hot outside, although it was always quite pleasant inside with the air-conditioner(s) humming.
The people who run the place are also quite personable, and will answer questions when contact, either in person or over their mobile phone.
This intimate place, a boutique hotel. lends itself to a family gathering, a writer seeking solitude to write, an escape from the madding crowd, time to yourself to reflect...is a place I would have stayed longer if I could. But the world and its attendant responsibilities call.
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