Perched on top of a small hillock, Pashan Garh is set among of 190 acres (75 hectares) of private jungle wilderness and is located approximately 12 km from the main entrance to Panna National Park. Pashan Garh, meaning 'Stone House', comprise 12 chic stone cottages that spread out along a small stream. Inspired by the dry-packed stone houses of the region, the traditional style of architecture is combined with modern flair and sophisticated design. All of the 12 rooms have been created using dry-packed stone architecture and feature carved wooden 'jaalis' (intricate Indian wooden shutters) that filter the soft morning light. The overall theme is stony and rough hewn with white marble, leather furniture and ebony-chocolate highlights. The main guest area includes a lookout tower, an infinity pool and an interactive kitchen.