There are 3 Superior Double Units (6 rooms),
each with its own generous cantilevered balcony and a lawn overlooking various plantations ranging from the Sikkim mandarin, cardamom, guava, pineapple, bamboo, tea and coffee.
The rooms with wooden interiors are spacious with Traditional Sikkimese seating arrangements and a cozy changing room and bathroom.

Superior Double-Units(LUPEY I &II, AMTY I & II, PEKA I & II)

LUPEY
The Superior Cottage is named after a type of edible wild apple found growing in Sikkim, Bhutan and Western China. The fruits can be eaten raw or are also very good when stewed.
Placed second from the Heritage wing, this Superior double unit cottage has an old wild apple tree fruiting just behind it and therefore the name.
The specialty about this cottage is the interconnecting door between the twin rooms and is recommended for a family of four with ideally two kids. Lupey has a lavish balcony with two reclining bed chairs on either side of the cottage. The rooms comprise a comfortable bedroom (twin bed), a traditional sitting area, a changing room and a bathroom. A water boiler is also provided along with fresh milk every morning from the in-house dairy, so guests can relish our delicious Sikkim organic tea / green tea or coffee, while enjoying the view of Khangchendzogna and overlooking the large cardamom plantation and the pool area.
AMTEY
This Superior Cottage is named after the Asian Persimmon tree. Persimmon trees are fruit-bearing trees that likely originated in China or Japan. Persimmons are characterized by their fiery orange colour. In fall, a persimmon tree's foliage is a brilliant array of reds, oranges and yellows.
Placed third from the Heritage wing the specialty about this cottage is its location- the cottage is probably placed the highest in the farm and therefore commands one of the best view of the farm & the hills across from one side and the mountains from the other.
Amtey comes with a lavish balcony and two reclining bed chairs on either side of the cottage. The rooms comprise a bedroom (twin beds), a traditional sitting area, a changing room and a bathroom. A water boiler is also provided along with fresh milk every morning from the in-house dairy, so guests can relish our delicious Sikkim organic tea / green tea or coffee, while enjoying the view of the pool and the farmhouse, the Himalayas while overlooking part(s) of the seasonal plantations within the farm.
PEKA
This cottage is named after Sal, which is a large sub deciduous tree. The Sal tree is seldom completely leafless. It has large leathery leaves and yellowish flowers.
Placed 5th from the Heritage wing, this Superior Double-Unit cottage has the pool view from one unit and the spectacular Himalayan range from the other, amidst the woods adjoining the cottage. Peka is one among the three cottages with enjoys plenty of sunshine during the winters. The walk to peka may take about 5 minutes on cobbled footpath.
Peka comes with a lavish balcony and two reclining bed chairs on either side of the cottage. The rooms comprise a bedroom (twin bed), a traditional sitting area, a changing room and a bathroom. A water boiler is also provided along with fresh milk every morning from the in-house dairy, so guests can relish our delicious Sikkim organic tea / green tea or coffee, while enjoying the spectacular view.
TARIFF
ROOM
SINGLE OCCUPANCY
DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
MAP
INR. 6,600.00
INR. 8,750.00
AP
INR. 7,200.00
INR. 10 ,550.00