tigress@ghosri is a boutique hotel with 6 luxurious rooms on an unfenced forested property situated in the Buffer zone of Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve.
The air conditioned Villa has 4 bedrooms with attached baths, a dining hall, an airy verandah facing the pool and lovely terraces. The 2 large bedrooms 'Meadows' can accommodate 2-4 guests each, while the 2 cosier 'Dens' are perfect for 2 guests each.
The cottage Neem has 2 bedrooms on the first floor, overlooking the monsoon lake and the Tadoba jungles.
In tiger territory
Cradled amidst the bamboo and the teak, with the wild and rustic outdoors beautifully blending into the comfortable and aesthetic interiors of the Villa, with the feel of the ethereal chital walking past the window barely a stretch away. The 4 bedrooms of the Villa offer a stay for 8-12 guests
Overlooking the forest
Shaded under the Neem tree, surrounded by the bamboo, the Neem cottage offers 2 bedrooms for 4 guests on the first floor, with its very own sunny library and a cosy dining
Chai with chital
Wake up to the sounds of the forests, experience the Tadoba sunrise from the Verandah overlooking the pool, with the songs of the birds, the sunlight streaking through the teak leaves and the aroma of the masala chai, before you drive into the dense expanse of Tadoba.
Comfort in wilderness
Spacious, classy, cosy, comfortable. Enjoy the luxuries in the wilderness with the tiger calling, the chital alarm calls and the million stars in the dark skies..
Swim with the stars
Walk out of the villa to the blue of the pool, hidden amidst the forested outdoors, as the kingfisher swoops in for a dip and the dainty muntjac walks past the barely visible fence.
Enjoy your lunches on the airy Verandah facing the pool as the sun streams in, while evening barbeques in the bush can cause you to miss a heart beat. Fresh greens, organic veggies and local non vegetarian dishes ... the take home is the memory of the yummiest local cuisine in the comfort of the cool dining hall as you hear wildlife calls barely a stones throw away and the wild sights of the night on the screen from the tiger taka.