Home of Gajender Kumar and his charming wife Vimla, this homestay was built back in 1986. Since inception Gajender, the architect of his own home designed the property to provide space for family and guests both for bonding and good times as well as for privacy. Gajender and Vimla always wanted to share their home with friends.
Gajender runs his own business while Vimla takes care of the home. Gajender is a collector of antiques and old paintings. He is particularly fond of a sketch of Bernard Shaw that adorns the living room. Gajender and Vimla are passionate about preserving the environment and the life of every living creature and are strict vegetarians. This heritage two storied bungalow surrounded by 2 acres of lush foliage flowering plants and a variety of trees, birds and butterflies. The guest can enjoy lazying in the open air balcony with amazing views of the highest peak Doddabetta and the surrounding mountain ranges. The balcony is a remarkable sunset point with the setting sun reflecting its drowsy rays from the towering silver Oaks and the sky ablaze with all the hues of twilight.