This private residence of the British Commissioner General Sir Henry Ramsay has been painstakingly restored and today offers 9 rooms with an old-world charm laid out along high corridors and have wooden furniture, bright bedspreads and rugs, and cosy, fireside armchairs, reminiscent of a genteel age.  Being here is all about the outdoors. Crisp fresh air, blue skies, the constant chirping of birds, snow peaked mountains all across – yes, this truly is nature at it’s best.


The accommodation is simple, yet comfortable. Set on ground and first floor, each room comes with a balcony or porch with an amazing view of the mountain ranges. Being in a forest reserve, electricity runs on solar power which could be kept off for certain parts of the day. The individual heating system and the hot water bottle in the bed ensure that you are warm during the nights.